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The Test of Time: Outland (1981)

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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Arrival (TIFF Review)

PLOT: After mysterious alien ships appear around the globe, a linguist ( Amy Adams ) is recruited by an army colonel ( Forest Whitaker ) in order to help communicate with the visitors and learn their intentions. REVIEW: ARRIVAL is a major departure for director Denis Villeneuve . While already regarded as one of the great current directors thanks to his masterful...
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09.12.2016
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The 9th Life of Louis Drax (Movie Review)

PLOT: Louis Drax is a death-defying 9 year old known around town as the "Amazing Accident Prone Boy." When his latest mishaps land him in a coma, it's up to a neurologist named Dr. Pascal to unlock the mysteries of the boy's subconscious and prevent future disasters. REVIEW: Hard to believe it's been thirteen years since French filmmaker Alexandre Aja...
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09.01.2016
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The F*ckin Black Sheep: Species II (1998)

THE BLACK SHEEP is an ongoing column featuring different takes on films that either the writer HATED, but that the majority of film fans LOVED, or that the writer LOVED, but that most others LOATH. We’re hoping this column will promote constructive and geek fueled discussion. Dig in! Species II (1998) Directed by Peter Medak “SPECIES II...
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09.01.2016
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Morgan (Movie Review)

PLOT: After a violent outburst, Lee Weathers (Kate Mara), a bigwig corporate risk consultant, is brought into a wooded compound to assess the commercial viability of a newly minted android named Morgan (Anya Taylor-Joy). REVIEW: If vision is indeed a genetic trait, there's no wonder that iconic filmmaker Ridley Scott has blessed his son Luke with a trained and talented eye...
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08.30.2016
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Dissecting Paul Verhoeven!

"The sooner we admit our capacity for evil the less apt we are to destroy each other." - PAUL VERHOEVEN! Although the crazy Flying Dutchman has never directed an outright horror flick, Paul Verhoeven has everyone's undivided respect around here at AITH. He certainly has our fandom. After cutting his teeth and sharpening his eye with cool, off-beat and...
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08.30.2016
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Top 10 Horror Movie Suicides!

Hey now, word on the street is SUICIDE SQUAD is so bad you may want to kill yourself after watching it. How ironic. Even more depressing is how such a universally pegged movie of mediocrity actually broke the box-office record for an all-time August opening. Oh the humanity. Who the hell needs a drink?! Hey, hey, chin up now. I know that with SUICIDE SQUAD on the brain, not to mention...
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08.12.2016
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The Mind's Eye (Movie Review)

PLOT: 25 years in the past, an unhinged doctor doing research on widespread telekinesis goes to ultra-violent lengths to track down two patients with the intent of extracting their powers for his own personal gain. REVIEW: Following the 2013 shoestring sci-fi minor ALMOST HUMAN, his feature debut, writer/director John Begos remains in the realm in order tap into THE MIND'S...
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08.05.2016
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Into The Forest (Movie Review)

PLOT: When a nationwide power outage sets humanity back a couple centuries, two sisters hole up in their secluded wooded home and learn to subsist off the land. REVIEW: Following an eight year respite from the silver screen (KIT KITTREDGE: AN AMERICAN GIRL), nomadic Canadian filmmaker Patricia Rozema has struck newfound inspiration by wandering INTO THE FOREST - a grandly...
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07.28.2016
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Dissecting Stan Winston!

"People who are afraid to go to horror movies are generally afraid their whole lives. People say to me, 'Do you have nightmares?' I never have nightmares! And I go to movies and see the most bizarre things in the world, and go... Wow that is really sick, how fun is that! And I don't have to carry it around. I think that's very healthy." --- STAN...
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07.19.2016
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The Purge: Election Year (Movie Review)

PLOT: When the annual Purge strikes down in Washington, DC in 2025, Leo Barnes must quell the assassination attempt of presidential frontrunner Charlene Roan and her platform to put an end the horrific holiday for good. Will he succeed? REVIEW: With more than a decade spent penning scripts for others to direct (THE NEGOTIATOR, ASSAULT ON PRECINCT 13), James DeMonaco has found a...
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06.30.2016
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Horror Movie Hotties: 2-Headed Shark Attack (2012)

There's no telling just yet whether or not THE SHALLOWS should be classified as a straight-up "monster flick" or a suspenseful survivor story with horror elements. One thing is for sure, though: a big, scary shark is involved.  That's enough info to catch the attention of those of us who hate the ocean with a passion. However, there's obviously been an...
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06.22.2016
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