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Final Destination 3 (2006)

Final Destination 3 (2006)

It’s the  middle of the summer. It’s hot outside. It’s hot inside. Your water and electricity bills are high. You just want to escape the world for a minute and watch an invisible doom monster execute pure Rube Goldbergian murder-scapes on some obnoxious teens. Final Destination 3 has you covered. Click through to read our review.

The Ruins (2008)

The Ruins (2008)

Y’all like Mexico?! Of course you do. There’s sunshine, tequila, partying coeds, and parasitic plants infesting ancient Mayan temples that will eat you from the inside out? That last little detail really flies under the radar on the travel sites. If you’d like to see if it’ll ruin the trip you’re planning, I’ll let you know once you take the link. Just be warned I’m gonna get into the gory details.

The Birds (1963)

The Birds (1963)

What’s that in the sky? It’s a bird! It’s a plane! No, it’s a shitload of birds that are hellbent on pecking our eyes out for basically no reason! We should run and also light a stogie at the same time! This week we watched Alfred Hitchcock’s 1963 ultra-classic, The Birds. Rod Taylor plays a handsome small town lawyer and Tippi Hedren plays an affluent prankster. What’s not to love? Click through to find out.

Deathwatch (2002)

Deathwatch (2002)

We’ve all heard the phrase “War is Hell” before. It’s because it’s true. And for some British soldiers in WWI, let’s just say trenchfoot, rats and gas attacks aren’t the only thing they need to be worried about. Click on through to the other side to find out why.

As Above So Below (2014)

As Above So Below (2014)

Paris. City of Love. City of over six million bodies buried in a gigantic underground labyrinth. Oh, and there’s also a stone down there that will give you the power of immortality, healing, and alchemy. You just have to figure out how to get to it and make it back alive. Hit the link to read about how easy a task that is.

Banshee Chapter (2013)

Banshee Chapter (2013)

Do you like conspiracy theories? At the very least do you like indulging them on a whim to examine some state sponsored horror that The Man doesn’t want you to know? Well then, let us tell you about Banshee Chapter. Why is it named that? We don’t know, but it should do well to scratch your “they’re watching us with black helicopters and controlling our minds with fluoride” itch. Click through to read our spoiler filled review.

The Happening (2008)

The Happening (2008)

The happening is a movie. Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise. You want proof? We watched and reviewed it this week, partly because of Earth day and partly because Mark is a masochist and thinks it’s hilarious to make Jake and Jack watch terrible movies. But just how terrible is this one?  Check out our review to find out.

The Grudge (2004)

The Grudge (2004)

The Grudge is damn near a shot-for-shot remake of the J-Horror classic, Ju-On. Coming out two years after its predecessor, this version remade the same story for an American audience. How does it stack up against the original? Is it worth your time? Check our review to find out.

Ju-On (2002)

Ju-On (2002)

The Grudge follows the fleeting lives of a group of people who share something in common; they all got cursed. Pro tip, don’t get cursed in Japan because it will not end well. There are pissed off ghosts that will eat your soul and spread the curse to wherever you die. Nasty stuff...

Prince of Darkness (1987)

Prince of Darkness (1987)

PoD is the 2nd of Carpenter’s “Apocalypse Trilogy.” It centers around applying theoretical physics to rescue the world from Satan’s dad. It winds up being exactly as bonkers as that sentence made it seem. Check out our review to fully immerse yourself in one of Carpenter’s less discussed classics.