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Dead End (2003) Review

23 June 2014 11:29 PM, PDT | MoreHorror | See recent MoreHorror news »

Reviewed by Kevin Scott, MoreHorror.com

Dead End (2003)

Directors: Jean Baptiste Andrea, Fabrice Canepa

Writers: Jean Baptiste Andrea, Fabrice Canepa

Cast: Ray Wise (Frank Harrington), Lin Shaye (Laura Harrington), Mick Cain (Richard Harrington), Alexandra Holden (Marion Harrington), Billy Asher Rosenfeld (Brad Miller), Amber Smith (Lady in White), Steve Valentine (Man in Black)

I’m always amazed at how long a film will stay stagnate on my Netflix list. This one sat on it for I’m thinking around six months or so. What’s even more amazing are the pre conceived notions about the film that I get from the synopsis and the cover art. I’m usually more surprised than anything else, and that can be good or bad. I’m an optimist for the most part, and am almost always glad that I went ahead and took care of business and watched it. With the directors’ names, I »

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A Look Back At: Lady In White (1988)

2 June 2014 10:00 AM, PDT | iconsoffright.com | See recent Icons of Fright news »

*Editor’s note: Our own Justin Lafleur wrote this A Look Back At article and it’s a fun one, so read on!

All but completely ignored during its initial 1988 theatrical release, director Frank Laloggia’s (he who also gave us Fear No Evil, aka one of the queerest horror films ever made, in either sense of the word) subtle, nuanced coming of age ghost story Lady In White has thankfully found an appreciative audience over the decades. Even as horror fans initially stayed away in droves, the critics loved it  (this was the decade of splatter, remember and woe be unto any horror film and its box office, that didn’t paint the screen red). And what’s not to love? Existing as a quaint snapshot of a unassuming New York town during  1962, it’s got nostalgia out the wazoo; Nostalgia for the forgotten innocence of childhood, for Rockwellian small town living, »

- Jerry Smith

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The Complex (2013) Movie Review

2 February 2014 8:23 PM, PST | Beyond Hollywood | See recent Beyond Hollywood news »

Nakata Hideo of “Ringu” fame returns again to the supernatural with “The Complex”, following up on “The Incite Mill” and English language outing “Chatroom”, both of which were met with a generally lukewarm response. Written by Kato Junya (“Meatball Machine”) and Miyake Ryuta (“The Grudge: Old Lady in White”), the film revolves around creepy goings-on in the public housing complex of the title, attempting to liven up the usual J-Horror clichés with a few odd twists and quirky touches. After premiering at the Rotterdam Film Festival, the film was somewhat of a surprise hit in Japan, topping the box office for an impressive two week period. Former AKB48 member Maeda Atsuko headlines as Asuka, a young nursing student who moves with her family into the sprawling Kuroyuri apartment complex, site of a series of mysterious deaths a decade previously. Right away she notices something not quite right about the place, »

- James Mudge

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