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V/H/S/94 Shows the Fatigue of a Fourth Installment

V/H/S/94 Shows the Fatigue of a Fourth Installment

James Jay Edwards reviews V/H/S/94, a found footage anthology horror film and the fourth installment in the V/H/S series, screenplay by David Bruckner. (Shudder) 

Martyrs Lane Creeps Its Way Through a Slow Burn Mystery

James Jay Edwards reviews Martyrs Lane, a slow-burn horror mystery film, written and directed by Ruth Platt, and starring Kiera Thompson and Sienna Sayer. (Shudder) 

The Amusement Park May Be George Romero’s Most Disturbing Film

James Jay Edwards reviews The Amusement Park, a psychological thriller film, thought to be lost, directed and edited by George A. Romero. (Shudder) 

Steven Kostanski’s Psycho Goreman Makes Alien Monsters Fun Again

James Jay Edwards reviews Psycho Goreman, a science-fiction horror comedy film written and directed by Steven Kostanski. (Shudder)

Bryan Bertino Puts the “Dark” in The Dark and the Wicked

James Jay Edwards reviews The Dark and the Wicked, a horror film by director Bryan Bertino, starring Marin Ireland, Michael Abbott Jr., and Xander Berkeley. (Shudder) 

Spiral Isn’t Your Typical Torment-the-Outsiders Movie

James Jay Edwards reviews Spiral, a horror thriller film by director Kurtis David Harder, starring Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman, Ari Cohen, and Jennifer Laporte. (Shudder)

Shudder’s Lake of Death Both Imitates and Creates a Horror Archetype

James Jay Edwards reviews Lake of Death, a Norwegian horror film written and directed by Nini Bull Robsahm, now streaming on Shudder.