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FILM REVIEW: The Unseen

So the screener for ‘The Unseen,’ landed at my desk. It’s a tale about a family who lose their only child in a tragic accident and are plagued by the trauma and depression that would certainly accompany any such incident. The trauma is so severe that it starts causing temporary blindness for the mother Gemma

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FILM REVIEW: Félicité

Félicité is many things. On the one hand, it’s a story about female power. On the other, it’s a love story, although not overtly so. You could also go and watch this film and enjoy it solely for the musical performances, which are exquisite. Félicité has a transcendent quality, the kind of film that resists easy

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FILM REVIEW: Murder on the Orient Express

One raging snowstorm, one broken-down train, one bloody murder, a dozen or so suspects, and only one detective who could possibly make sense of it all. The man for the job is Hercule Poirot, a Belgian detective invented by the world’s most popular crime writer, Agatha Christie. Murder on the Orient Express is the fourth

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STORGY’s Basement of Horrors! – Return to Horror High

“Stab…you’re it!” Anon It’s Halloween! Not only do we have our last review of the BASEMENT OF HORRORS showcase – (Return to Horror High) we also have an essay on our STORGY.com page about gender and women’s roles in Horror by Emily Harrison – check out her article over there today! We’ve had a lot

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