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To Stream or Not to Stream? Last Shift (2015)

It would be an understatement to say the world was rocked by the Tate-LaBianca murders in 1969, which were orchestrated by Charles Manson. Decades later, we still can’t stop talking about the murders or Manson himself, and countless movies over the years have derived inspiration from the horrific acts his followers carried out. For his

To Stream or Not to Stream? Kristy (2015)

The reason fans still can’t stop talking about Eli Roth’s trailer for faux film Thanksgiving is because it filled a gap left behind by a serious lack of Thanksgiving horror films over the years. Unlike Christmas, horror movies set on Turkey Day are few and far between, and films like Blood Rage, Home Sweet Home

To Stream or Not to Stream? Creep (2015)

The found footage sub-genre has developed a pretty poor reputation over the years, which is somewhat unfair to the gimmick. Contrary to popular belief, it’s not the filmmaking style that is the problem, but rather the fact that most filmmakers are using it to tell the same generic stories. Creep, exclusively available for instant streaming

To Stream or Not to Stream? The Taking of Deborah Logan (2014)

This past Tuesday saw the DVD release of The Taking of Deborah Logan, which marks the directorial debut of Adam Robitel. Oddly enough, it had already hit Netflix’s instant streaming service by that point, proving that those of us with a membership have truly got it made. In the film, which is of that beloved

To Stream or Not to Stream? Mockingbird (2014)

After bursting onto the scene with writing/directorial debut The Strangers, it seemed a sure thing that the name Bryan Bertino would become one that we’d see attached to big screen horror films for many years to come. Six years later, Bertino’s long-awaited follow-up has finally arrived, though it’s likely that you haven’t even heard of