Category: 2021

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‘Halloween Kills’: The Boogeyman Returns… To A Messy Film

Michael Myers is bloodier than ever in his return to cinemas as he tries to slash his way through a muddled and disorganized mess.

‘Mass’: Stunning Performances Mark Hard-Hitting Drama

Mass from Fran Kranz is a dramatic character study of two couples coming to terms with a violent event in their past. Technically adept and hard hitting, Mass is now in theaters.

Nightstream 2021- ‘After Blue (Paradis Sale): An Erotic, Sci-fi, Western

Surreal Eroticism And Grotesque Horror Paint A Gorgeously Macabre Picture In This Science-Fiction Horror Western

‘Demigod’: A Creepy Tale Of A Haunting Legacy

Deep In The Forest, One Woman’s Dark Past Lies Waiting In This Well Directed And Spooky Tale Of Evil And Demons

‘No Time To Die’: Daniel Craig Says Goodbye To 007

With guns blazing and his ruggedly suave style, Daniel Craig’s final James Bond film is a flawed yet exciting sendoff

‘The Awkening Of Lilith’: A Mystery Of Psychological Horror

The psychologically twisted effects of tragedy are explored in this gripping horror mood piece that will unnerve you

Nightstream Film Festival: ‘Woodlands Dark And Days Bewitched: A History Of Folk Horror’

A Fascinating documentary that takes a deep and studided look at the origins and lasting legacies of the Folk Horror Film

‘Justin Bieber: Our World’: Prolific Singer’s 2020 Concert Doc is More Concert Than Doc

Justin Bieber: Our World features concert footage from the NYE 2020 concert on the roof of the Beverly Hilton interspersed with documentary interviews on the performer’s growth. Unfortunately, it is less documentary and more concert.

‘Blumhouse’ Brand of Horror Is Back With ‘The Manor’ and ‘Madres’

Blumhouse Television returns to Amazon Prime with their final two horror stories, ‘The Manor’ featuring Barbara Hershey and ‘Madres’ featuring Elpidia Carrillo. Both titles are now streaming on Amazon Prime.

‘The Many Saints of Newark’: The Shaky Legacy Of The Sopranos

David Chase’s prequel to “The Sporanos” is a disappointingly undercooked attempt to recapture the depth and power of his groundbreaking series