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  • The Thing
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  • Frightmare

    ★★★

  • Halloween Kills

    ★★★

  • Manhattan Baby

    ★★½

  • Phantom of the Paradise

    ★★★★

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  • Frightmare

    Frightmare

    ★★★

    So wait, this Horror Film Society has their own house/dorm and their own car with their name on it?? Should've went to this college, I would of stuck around. Ferdy Mayne is delightfully charming and hammy as Count Radzoff, famous horror star, he dies, has a very sweet very cheesy very 80's mausoleum set up with computer noises, neon and a tv with him popping up cutting promos to visitors. The Horror Club, figures it's a good idea to steal…

  • Halloween Kills

    Halloween Kills

    ★★★

    Well, it's the second best Halloween movie that takes place mostly at a hospital...hey I'm just happy Will Patton lived at least, always liked him. Michael escapes the burning house, Jamie and co. head to the hospital and Michael is a one man death machine wiping everybody out as he heads back home to lounge in his sister's room and the boneheaded townies decide to fight back. Off the top of my head it's somewhere in the middle, I'll take…

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  • Malignant

    Malignant

    ★★★★

    This glorious heap of goofy nonsense might be my favorite James Wan movie. At least since Kevin Bacon went full Charles Bronson. Anyhow, Annabelle Wallis plays Madison, who is seeing visions of people getting murdered! With help from her foster sister and cops naturally being suspicious she eventually figures out how it's all connected...to her.

    I'm guessing Wan needed a massive change of pace after doing the same haunted house movie again and again, which is fine and all but…

  • Manhattan Baby

    Manhattan Baby

    ★★½

    It's like a gonzo Italian PSA about taking gifts from strangers. For example, if a blind, creepy lady offers you an amulet while on vacation in Egypt, with my archaeologist Dad digging up and messing with tombs with little regard, it's best to say no thanks. Naturally, the 9 year old daughter takes the amulet of ancient evil, the father goes blind and they go back home to Manhattan where more shit hits the fan in this ok-ish, watchable but…