‘Pet Graveyard’ Review Not Quite Dead

This British supernatural horror begins with a stark warning: Once you die, Death owns your soul, and there’s no going

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‘A Dark Song’ (2017) | Film Review Paint it black.

Writer-director Liam Gavin’s feature-length debut, A Dark Song, is what I expected it to be and not at all predictable. It’s

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‘The Hills Have Eyes’ (1977) | Film Review Every step you take, I'll be watching you

Following The Last House on the Left, his shocking gore-fest of a debut, Wes Craven decided to never make another horror

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‘A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night’ | Film Review Dancing with myself.

Ana Lily Amirpour’s Persian-language directorial debut, follows The Girl (Sheila Vand), a lonely vampire who haunts the streets of Bad

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‘Scream 2’ (1997) | Film Review Not Killah

Following up his smash hit, Scream, Wes Craven returned the next year with another meta-filled film. Much like the first film

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Ranked | The Friday the 13th Franchise Voorhees a jolly good fellow

I’ve been waiting to rank these films since I began writing for Ready Steady Cut. As I’ve said before and

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