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The Test of Time: Cannibal Holocaust (1980)

We all have certain movies we love. Movies we respect without question because of either tradition, childhood love, or because they’ve always been classics. However, as time keeps ticking, do those classics still hold up? Do they remain must see? So…the point of this column is to determine how a film holds up for a modern horror audience, to see if it stands the Test of...
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06.15.2017
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LA Theater hands out custom barf bags for screenings of cannibal flick Raw

The French cannibal flick RAW is becoming legend in these parts. After a Toronto Midnight Madness screening where paramedics had to treat multiple audience members who had passed out (read that full story HERE ), the film made pretty much every horror fans "must-see" list. Well, the legend is growing even today as the Nuart Theatre in Los Angeles is offering...
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03.22.2017
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New NSFW clip for French cannibal flick Raw features a horrific rash

When the French cannibal flick RAW premiered at Toronto last year, people in the audience reportedly fainted during the screening. Since that occurrence, news spread like wild-fire through the world of horror-hounds and we have all been waiting like patient cannibal children (?) to finally catch a screening off the film. While we won't have to wait much longer now as the film opens...
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03.03.2017
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Exclusive: Blood & Bodypaint-covered clip from French cannibal flick Raw

We've been hearing a lot of hype coming out of the RAW camp the last few weeks. People have even been reported to have fainted during the film's screening at the Toronto International Film Festival! Now that's great marketing! We brought you a clip from the movie a while back, which featured literal buckets of blood being thrown onto our heroine (?) and in this new...
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02.14.2017
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The Test of Time: The Hills Have Eyes (1977)

We all have certain movies we love. Movies we respect without question because of either tradition, childhood love, or because they’ve always been classics. However, as time keeps ticking, do those classics still hold up? Do they remain must see? So…the point of this column is to determine how a film holds up for a modern horror audience, to see if it stands the Test of Time....
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01.26.2017
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The Test of Time: C.H.U.D. (1984)

We all have certain movies we love. Movies we respect without question because of either tradition, childhood love, or because they’ve always been classics. However, as time keeps ticking, do those classics still hold up? Do they remain must see? So…the point of this column is to determine how a film holds up for a modern horror audience, to see if it stands the Test of...
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06.02.2016
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The Green Inferno (Movie Review)

PLOT: When a motley band of college activists travels to the Peruvian Amazon in order to help save a native tribe's plot of land, a near fatal plane crash plunges them all deep into a cannibalistic heart of darkness! REVIEW: At long last, after a 6 year respite away from the director's chair, the ghastly mascot, the talisman of terror, the unabashed champion of all...
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09.26.2015
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Ghoul (Movie Review)

PLOT: 70 years after the Stalin lead Holodomor - a mass starvation of roughly 7 million people - a small American documentary crew travels to Ukraine to chronicle cannibalism in the 20th century. What they discover is far harder to digest! REVIEW: Five years after devoting his debut feature to KAJINEK, a fictionalized account of the real life Czech criminal, director Petr Jakl...
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03.18.2015
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A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night director sets up The Bad Batch at Annapurna

Ana Lily Amirpour's A GIRL WALKS HOME ALONE AT NIGHT has earned some serious buzz since its Sundance debut last year, and now the celebrated director is partnering with Megan Ellison and her Annapurna Pictures to produce the filmmaker’s follow-up, the " dystopian love story " THE BAD BATCH. But this isn't your typical love story by a long shot. Read on....
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01.07.2015
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Trailer and release date news for arthouse horror film Cannibal

We last updated you on the status of Manuel Martin Cuenca's CANNIBAL back in December, when the horror-romance was picked up by distributor Film Movement and tagged with an unspecified 2014 release. Today brings some clarity on the film's release plan, as well as a new trailer. First, the plot synopsis: CANNIBAL finds its engrossing chills in the macabre private work of a...
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06.12.2014
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LeatherFace-Off: R.A. Mihailoff Vs. Andrew Bryniarski

The decision seemed to be split right down the center with our last Face-Off . Many felt that Christopher Lee was the epitome of Dracula with his brilliant performances in so many Hammer films. However, a large amount also stated that Gary Oldman's excellent portrayal was so downright scary that he deserved the W for only appearing in a single film. All I know is that nobody's opinions...
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05.12.2014
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Original Vs. Remake: The Hills Have Eyes

Hello, my fiendish friends! And welcome to a brand new column we are trying out here at AITH! It's Horror Originals Vs. the Remakes and it's very similar to the Face-Off column we already run. Now, it is true that many horror remakes really piss us off by basically pissing all over the original. However, sometimes, a remake comes along that gets it right in the updating department. This is the...
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02.26.2014
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