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THE WEEKLY // Jigsaw

After seven instalments and seven years since the “final” film, Jigsaw is an attempt at rebooting the Saw franchise. Continue reading “THE WEEKLY // Jigsaw”

THE WEEKLY // Happy Death Day

Imagine reliving your own murder over and over again! This is the reality for college student Tree (Jessica Rothe), who wakes up on the morning of her birthday, Continue reading “THE WEEKLY // Happy Death Day”

THE WEEKLY // IT

Pennywise the clown has been terrifying audiences for decades. His iconic image haunts many a nightmare and the trailer for 2017’s remake of IT is nothing but spooky; Continue reading “THE WEEKLY // IT”

THE WEEKLY // Annabelle: Creation

Spoiler alert: if you make a creepy doll, chances are it’ll come back to bite you on the arse. Continue reading “THE WEEKLY // Annabelle: Creation”

THE WEEKLY // It Comes At Night

I’m not trying to be funny, but I think this film misrepresents itself. It should be called, “It Doesn’t Just Come At Night”, because most of the action actually happens during the day, and the daytime proves to be just as dangerous as the night-time. Continue reading “THE WEEKLY // It Comes At Night”

THE WEEKLY // Raw

The synopsis for Raw is tame enough: a young girl who has led a sheltered, vegetarian life is thrust into the cruel and seductive world of university hazing.

Justine (Garance Marillier) is off to veterinary college, like her sister before her and her Continue reading “THE WEEKLY // Raw”

THE WEEKLY // Rings

It’s been 15 years since The Ring and 12 years since its sequel The Ring Two; simpler times when ghosts on videotapes killed people and teens had to flock to a friend’s house to watch it. In a sense, it’s clear why a new, fresh version of Continue reading “THE WEEKLY // Rings”

THE WEEKLY // Blair Witch

A wise friend told us before we went to see Blair Witch that if we’d Continue reading “THE WEEKLY // Blair Witch”

THE WEEKLY // Don’t Breathe

Hailed as the best American horror film in the past twenty years, Don’t Breathe automatically had a lot to live up to. Being massive horror fans and filmmakers ourselves, Continue reading “THE WEEKLY // Don’t Breathe”

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