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STORGY’s Basement of Horrors! – Friday 13th High Achievers Game

“I know always that I am an outsider; a stranger in this century and among those who are still men.” H.P. Lovecraft High Achievers is a new STORGY concept where some guys sit around drinking beer and play some games to pass the time. In this instance, they TRY to get started on Friday the

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STORGY’s Basement of Horrors! – With Friends Like These

“Listen to them. Creatures of the night! What music they make.” – DRACULA We’re really scraping the bottom of the barrel with the monstrosity that is: ‘With Friends Like These.‘ Three shit tales (one about a talking car, one about a slime monster residing in a fridge and the last about trying to find Mr.

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STORGY’s Basement of Horrors! – The Innkeepers

“Shadows of a thousand years rise again unseen, voices whisper in the trees, ‘Tonight is Halloween’” Dexter Kozen If there’s something strange, In your local B&B, Who you gonna call? … THE INNKEEPERS(?) Another underrated film that may have slipped past your horror net, Ti West builds up characters and tension rather than jump scares

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STORGY’s Basement of Horrors! – It Comes At Night

“Where there is no imagination there is no horror.” Arthur Conan Doyle STORGY’s Basement of Horror continues with the modern paranoid thriller, ‘It Comes At Night,’ starring Joel Edgerton. Don’t led the trailer mislead you, this one is really about the cost of keeping the family unit together…whatever the cost. Catch more reviews, interviews and

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STORGY’s Basement of Horrors! – Zombie Transfusion

“When witches go riding, and black cats are seen, the moon laughs and whispers, ’tis near Halloween.” In the lead up to Halloween this year we’re going to bring you reviews of horror films, drunken play-through’s of horror games, and maybe even a few horror giveaways, so stay tuned! In the first episode of STORGY’s

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FILM REVIEW: Chicken

This poignant and affecting feature debut from director Joe Stephenson is released on DVD and Blu-Ray on the 18th September, and if STORGY did ‘DVD’s Of The Week,’ this would have a ridiculously enormous flapping sticker stamped on it, proclaiming just that. Certain films revolving around a person with severe learning difficulties (Leonardo DiCaprio in

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FILM REVIEW: Eat Locals

Vampires have been given the short end of the stake recently (no apologies for bad puns) within the celluloid world, ever since the abomination that defiled cinema screens called Twilight was hurled at our faces, unabashedly and without remorse – like a bloated hippo merrily squirting its faeces all over your living room and fanning the shit

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BOOK REVIEW: The Shining by Stephen King – Folio Society Hard Back Edition

The Folio Society (which sounds ominously like an organisation from a Bond film or from one of King’s own novels) excels again in taking a classic literary book and giving it a modern make-over. In this instance, they’ve taken Stephen King’s third book (The Shining) with illustrative artwork from Edward Kinsella and have lovingly made

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FILM REVIEW: XX

I want you to imagine a park bench. It’s a mahogany type, the kind of bench you would only come across within quaint British rom-com films, such as ‘Notting Hill,’ or ‘Love Actually.’ Basically any Richard Curtis film – replete with ivory bars and a golden shiny plague dedicated to Ethel, may God rest her

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FILM REVIEW: Spider-Man: Homecoming

When I was young, my favourite comic book hero was Spider-Man. Peter Parker’s appeal to me from the comics? He was a socially awkward kid (just like me!) who was trying to juggle life (also like me!) but would inevitably mess up in the process (STILL like me NOW!) Peter Parker was a flawed teenager with superhuman abilities,

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