Tagged: genre: horror

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Horns (2013)

Ig Perrish’s girlfriend has been recently raped and murdered, but he’s being accused of commiting the crime. To make matters worse for Ig, one day he wakes up and notices that devil-like horns has sprouted from his forehead. As he figures how they actually work, Ig is determined to find who really killed Merrin before things take a turn for the worse.

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Juan Year of Art: 2014 Edition

Juan jokes. Don’t you love ’em. I do. So that’s why my first full year of cataloging almost everything I saw and read this year gets a Juan joke instead of one. ONE WHOLE...

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Over the Garden Wall

Following many of the aesthetics of Disney’s Silly Symphonies, two unlikely brothers find themselves lost in a -seemingly quite haunted- forest where they meet a creepy lantern-carrying Woodsman, as well as a talkative enchanted bluebird named Beatrice who will join them in their journey back home.

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Annabelle

Annabelle relies a tad too much on shock value instead of a spooky atmosphere. That said the movie has many eerie moments and some great sequences.

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Only Lovers Left Alive

He is an incurable nostalgic, wrapped up in memories of a glorious past. She lives in the present, enjoying everything, nourishing her soul just by being alive. Love is what brings them together.

Horns Trailer

In the aftermath of his girlfriend’s mysterious death, a young man awakens to strange horns sprouting from his temples.

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Vampire Academy

Vampire Academy isn’t a complete Twilight-esque borefest thanks to the nice bond between the lead characters and a pretty good performance from Zoey Deutch. Sadly, the screenplay made the film heavy to watch on the eyes.