The Fly (1986)
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‘THE FLY’ (1986) – No Insecticide Needed!

I have never seen David Cronenberg’s The Fly (1986) For years, my only real knowledge of The Fly was when Bart Simpson turned into half-boy/half-insect in a Simpson’s “Treehouse of Horrors” Halloween episode where his mom Marge beat him over the head with a broomstick. Needless to say, I was never jumping at the heels to […]

A Nightmare on Elm Street 2 Rue Morgue Queer Fear Movie Poster
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Rue Morgue and Queer Fear screen ‘A Nightmare on Elm Street 2’ to celebrate Pride and recognize the film’s cultural significance

With the immediate success of the ground-breaking 1984 horror film, A Nightmare on Elm Street, it was not long before parent company New Line Cinema immediately began plans for a sequel. While they may have been the parent company, the father of Freddy-fright himself, the late legendary writer/director Wes Craven, chose not to participate in […]

Resident Evil: Vendetta
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A big V for Vendetta: The new ‘Resident Evil’ animated film finally hits home with grounded franchise fandom

After a total of eight films built out of the godfather franchise that gave birth to the survival horror video game, was it possible that this ninth, but subsequently third of the animated series portion, hit the jackpot? Having a limited one night only theatrical engagement, the new Resident Evil: Vendetta ran in select theatres […]

The Strangers Movie Review
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Because You Were Home: A Reflection on one of the best modern horror films, “The Strangers.”

A regular go-to, show-any-friend-who-hasn’t-seen-much-horror, watches-a-couple-times-a-year movie that I constantly find myself going back too, is arguably one of the most realistic non-fiction movies in the genre. It is a movie that gets under your skin on such a humanely realistic level that no one, anywhere, can say they haven’t thought of the situation happening to […]