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Dark Skies (REVIEW)

Keri Russell

What "Paranormal Activity" has done for haunted houses is what "Dark Skies" could do for close encounters of the alien kind. At least that's the hope of filmmaker Scott Stewart and producer Jason Blum, the latter of whom produced "Activity" as well as "Insidious".

Paranormal Activity 3 (REVIEW)

"Paranormal Activity 3" takes viewers back to see where the activity began.

After a legitimate breakout and a strong follow-up, it was safe to say that we're now stuck with "Paranormal Activity," for better or for worse. And while that type of success is usually a recipe for Hollywood studio scrimping and laziness, this series may mark one of the first instances where producers have managed to grow a series both in ambition and quality as it progresses.

Netflix Streaming Friday - Week of November 6, 2010

Oh 1995, how great you were!

The economy was chugging along, fueling the American spirit. A little thing called the internet was beginning to bud and was making millionaires left and right for doing absolutely nothing. Christopher Reeve was Superman. Kirstie Alley was attractive. Mark Hamill was getting regular film work.

Case 39 (REVIEW)

Renee Goes a Little Crazy in "Case 29"

We believe in systems. Each of the promises society implicitly makes to us each day, they are enforced, codified and guaranteed by a system. We might doubt its efficacy, yes, or question the competence of the necessary bureaucracy, but the system persists despite itself, replacing fetishes and the knucklebones of saints in a secular world.

When systems break down, when they fail, that's when we feel fear. When we comprehend that they have betrayed us, dread. Horror is an examination of what happens when the universe breaks its promises.

Let Me In (REVIEW)

Let Me In's Owen and Abby

Last year, we at Bloody Good Horror polled our reviewers to come up with a list of the best horror films of the last decade.

Episode 83 - "Orphan"

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This week it's back on the theatrical train with "Orphan", and Chrissie makes a special guest appearance.

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"Plague Town" Streets May 12th

Dark Sky Films announces today the details for its upcoming direct to DVD opus, Plague Town. The film is the directorial debut of David Gregory, long time award winning provider of DVD special features and documentaries.

Episode 44 - "The Brood"

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As if I didn't hate kids enough already, this week's selection is David Cronenberg's "The Brood".

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