Dead Things, Horror, Modern, Monsters, Movies, Mutants, Mystery, Occult, Short

Harbinger (2016)

A man suffering from bizarre dreams follows the clues gleaned from his visions to a remote cabin. He’s hoping that he will somehow find a meaning behind his hellish nightmares, but he soon discovers that his dreams were probably better left buried.That many locks can’t be good….time to leave.Harbinger is a Lovecraftian inspired short film […]

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Action, Aliens, Child Killers, Dead Things, Fantasy, Horror, Killer Children, Modern, Mook, Sci-Fi

Psycho Goreman (2021) — Movie Reviews by a Mook

Ever wonder what twisted thoughts lurk in the darkest corners of Canada? If you figured it included Saturday morning Sentai shows, troubling family dynamics, and aliens potentially questioning their sexuality, then you know a lot more about Canada than I do. And you’d also somehow be right, which just makes this weirder. After deftly crushing […] […]

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Action, Dead Things, Horror, Modern, Movies, Mutants, Slasher

Hatchet II (2010)

Hatchet II is essentially an homage to the slasher flicks of yore. It doesn’t have a single original bone in it’s deformed and mutilated corpse, but the level at which it commits itself to reveling in it’s own blood and gore is commendable. You’ve gotta respect a movie that knows exactly what it is, goes […]

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80s, Dead Things, Horror, Movies, Romance, Slasher

Offerings (1989)

Little John Radley had a crappy childhood. He takes his frustrations out on his pets because his dad abandoned him, his mom is abusive and the neighborhood kids pick on him because he doesn’t talk. The only nice thing in his life seems to be his lone friend, Gretchen. But even Gretchen can’t save him […]

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70's, Comedy, Dead Things, Horror, Movies, Occult, Zombies

Children Shouldn’t Play With Dead Things (1972)

Mean-spirited director, Alan, drags his small theater troupe off to an isolated island near Miami that’s been used as a cemetery for decades. No one in his rag-tag little troupe wants to be there, but Alan uses the near-constant threat of firing them to force them to play along with him. The game? Alan thinks it’ll be fun to use this old book of spells he bought to try to raise the dead from their graves.

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