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New on DVD – Blair Witch, Denial and more

Happy New Year! The year 2017 begins on a high note with a fresh batch of movies on DVD, including the horror sequel Blair Witch, the drama Denial, and more! full story

Get spooked by Blair Witch in this week’s new trailers

Are you a fan of horror, thrills, and suspense? Well then, this is a lucky week for you! We've got a brand new trailer for the long-awaited sequel Blair Witch, as well as for Morgan and Shut In. full story

The Blair Witch Project (1999)

Three film students vanish after visiting a forest in Maryland to film a documentary on the Blair Witch legend. This film, although it’s gotten a lot of criticism, is an iconic movie in the found footage film world. The Blair Witch Project is basically a student film... full story

The Worst of the Worst: Who made the Razzies shortlist?

Awards season is in full swing, so why not take the time to reflect on the films that weren’t so great? Checkout the nominees for the 37th Razzie Awards. full story

Sully maintains high altitude with second weekend box office win

Sully continued to soar, capturing the box office crown for the second consecutive weekend. Check out which other films landed on the top five list! full story

New Movies in Theaters – Bridget Jones’s Baby and more

This weekend’s new releases take audiences on a journey to reveal the truth in more ways than one. First off, we get to follow the zany adventures of Bridget Jones (Renée Zellweger) once again in Bridget Jones’s Baby as she tries to figure out whether the biological father of her unborn... full story

Watch: Exclusive Comic-Con 2016 trailers

This year's Comic-Con debuted so many trailers your head will explode! Click to see new trailers for Wonder Woman, Justice League, Suicide Squad and more. full story

Crimson Peak a Gothic ghost tale – DVD review

Despite the popularity of found footage style of horror films made popular by The Blair Witch Project (1999), Mexican-born director Guillermo del Toro intended his latest release, Crimson Peak, to be traditional. Crimson Peak is his homage to the horror films of his childhood: The Omen, The Shining... full story

The Visit DVD review

When Manoj Nelliyattu Shyamalan was eight-years old, he was given a Super-8 camera, and his passion for filmmaking was born. While studying at the Tisch School of Arts at New York University he changed his middle name to Night, which is apropos, because while he idolized director Steven... full story

The Gallows DVD review – don’t get hung up with this one

The objective of a horror film is to foster a sense of panic, fear, revulsion and/or terror in the viewer. But that can only happen when you have a clear soundtrack and sets that are visible. While some critics apparently said this movie is terrifying, creepy and chilling, I... full story

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