So this is somewhat of a spoiler, however the "motif" of this motion picture is the killers are young people - however I'm certain you likely made sense of that when you read they ride bikes.
Breaking at the Edge is a 2013 horror film that’s actually more creepy than scary. Two brothers kill their half sister in order to inherit their wealthy estranged father’s estate. And when the younger brother’s pregnant wife finds out, they plot to kill her too.
2 out of 10 stars. What I didn’t like was the truly bad acting by the Brazilian actress and the “ghost” of Sara Randolph. We’ve come a lot further than this. The rest of the cast wasn’t much better. Bad casting can really ruin a film.
Ian and Bianca Wood are expecting a baby. But Bianca is having pains and they have a history of miscarriages. Bianca... Read More
David Black started his acting career by doing a role as a cult guard on horror feature movie, Cult Girls. It certainly was an experience too. David Black lived in St Kilda, Melbourne, from age 13 where he saw the early days of local Punk at the Crystal Ballroom, later known as the Seaview Ballroom. Although he was too young to be able to go into the venue, David was always loved horror related things, He had produced many Horror songs and shows and Narrated some creepypastas and also been a Cartoonist once. Darkness Visible is a breaking point to make him famous and He is currently the member of Darkness Visible Horror Band.
This is the list of our favorite horror movies for 2018: Halloween Bird Box Insidious: The Last Key Hereditary Mandy Amityville Murders Downrage Veronica The Nun The Ritual A very special thanks to the actress Nikki Kris for the interpretation on this video.
Podcasts are the new type of entertainment for all the people browsing the web. We wanted to make an article to show you the best choices if you love True Crimes stories and you are not addicted to the television. True crimes podcasts seem to be a really trendy topic in web contents, the audience of this special kind of entertainment seems to be very loyal and always growing and we like to sho to our audience the best podcasts in our opinion. True crime is very popular now with many podcasts popping up regularlyi n fact there’s an annual CrimeCon conference dedicated to true crime. Here's our list... Read More
THIRTEEN WOMEN (1932) Thirteen sorority sisters receive letters from a clairvoyant foretelling their demise. Unbeknownst to the ladies, Ursula Georgi, a half Javanese* Eurasian woman with strong powers of persuasion, is the one behind those doomsday oracles. An outcast because of her mixed-race origins (yeah, this one is pretty racist too), Ursula seeks revenge on the girls whose torment forced her to leave school. Using mind control, Ursula exacts her retaliation by manipulating them to kill themselves and each other. THIRTEEN WOMEN was one of the first films to feature an almost entirely female... Read More
Black Christmas (1974) Getting stabbed by a unicorn head to the ghostly tune of carolers singing “Silent Night” is probably not how you want to spend Christmas Eve. This pre-Scream holiday slasher claims its victims in a sorority house haunted by creepy phone calls (sans ghost mask), demonic noises, bodies eerily shrouded in plastic wrap, and one perverse killer whose voice alone is enough to freeze your blood. When an unidentified caller keeps repeatedly harassing your entire sorority house with obscene things you can only half-understand (because he sounds like a deranged Donald Duck that... Read More
Theatrical Release Poster "Saw: The Final Chapter" was the seventh and supposedly last film from the blood-filled horror movie franchise. However, "Saw" has been revived for an eighth movie, but it is yet to be confirmed if this will be a remake or a sequel to "Saw VII." The eighth installment of the "Saw" movie franchise is slated for an October 2017 debut, and it might feature the return of Jigsaw, played by Tobin Bell. This October 27, Lionsgate and Twisted Pictures proudly present JIGSAW! After a series of murders bearing all the markings of the Jigsaw killer, law enforcement find themselves chasing the ghost of a... Read More
After 10 years in Harry Potter films facing all manner of fantastic beasts, Alan Rickman will once again deploy his signature brand of contempt on a magical creature. This one has it coming, though. According to Deadline, the actor has joined Olivia Cooke (Bates Motel) and Douglas Booth (Jupiter Ascending) in an adaptation of Peter Ackroyd’s best-selling novel Dan Leno And The Limehouse Golem. The film, which will be called The Limehouse Golem, is set in 1880s London, where a series of murders has shaken the community to the point where people believe the crimes are the work of a golem, a mystical creature... Read More