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The Woman In Black (reviewed by Lisa Marie Bowman)

I was recently watching some recent film trailer and I came across one for the sequel to the 2012 ghost story, The Woman In Black.  Since I will undoubtedly be reviewing that sequel when it comes out in 2015, why not take this moment now to take a look back at the first Woman In […]

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Dracula Untold (reviewed by Lisa Marie Bowman)

I finally got a chance to see Dracula Untold, the new film that claims to show us not only who the world’s most famous vampire used to be but also how he became a vampire in the first place.  And I have to admit that I had strong hopes for Dracula Untold.  I certainly did not think […]

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The Mummy’s Shroud (reviewed by Lisa Marie Bowman)

Today, we take a look at The Mummy’s Shroud and all the bad things that can happen when wander into the wrong tomb! In this underrated horror film from the legendary Hammer Studios, a British archaeological expedition travels to Egypt and makes the mistake of entering a mummy’s tomb. As often happens, it turns out […]

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Zoltan, the Hound of Dracula (reviewed by Lisa Marie Bowman)

Tomorrow, a film called Dracula Untold will be released into theaters.  Dracula Untold provides an origin story for everyone’s favorite vampire and you better believe that I’m planning on seeing it.  After all, it’s October and I love vampires!  Now that Twilight is finished and True Blood is off the air, I have get my vampire fix somewhere, […]

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Annabelle (Reviewed by Lisa Marie Bowman)

Remember Annabelle, the tres creepy doll from The Conjuring? Well, she’s back and she’s starring in a film of her very own!  Annabelle is the first horror film to be given a wide release this October and, judging from the commercials, New Line Cinema and Warner Bros. are really hoping that you’ll remember just how scary […]

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The Conjuring (Reviewed by Lisa Marie Bowman)

Tomorrow, the first horror film of October — a film about an evil doll named Annabelle — will be released.  Before I see and hopefully review that film, I thought this might be a good time to revisit the film that “inspired” Annabelle, 2013’s The Conjuring. Before I say anything else about this James Wan-directed […]