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Wounds movie review: Armie Hammer, Dakota Johnson's horror film struggles to rise above cliches and tropes
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Wounds movie review: Armie Hammer, Dakota Johnson's horror film struggles to rise above cliches and tropes

Wounds is riddled with super-cheap jump scare tactics, pointless gore, and ineffective sinister atmospherics.

Servant review: Apple TV+, M Night Shyamalan bring you a tale of nanny nightmares and parental horrors
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Servant review: Apple TV+, M Night Shyamalan bring you a tale of nanny nightmares and parental horrors

Careful layering of domestic psychodrama, creepy ambiguity, and clue-gathering make Servant the best offering of Apple TV+ so far.

From The Wicker Man to Midsommar: Tracing the folk horror tradition and its recent renaissance in cinema
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From The Wicker Man to Midsommar: Tracing the folk horror tradition and its recent renaissance in cinema

It is impossible to talk about Midsommar without discussing its precedents, which pioneered the rich traditions and iconography of folk horror.

Midsommar director Ari Aster on finding horror in the mundane, and why he's scared of the dark
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Midsommar director Ari Aster on finding horror in the mundane, and why he's scared of the dark

American filmmaker Ari Aster, who made Hereditary and Midsommar, was present at the Jio MAMI 21st Mumbai Film Festival for the Indian premiere of the latter.

Russell Crowe collaborates with Scream writer Kevin Williamson to headline supernatural thriller for Miramax
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Russell Crowe collaborates with Scream writer Kevin Williamson to headline supernatural thriller for Miramax

Russell Crowe's upcoming horror film will be produced by Kevin Williamson, best known for his slasher franchise Scream and I Know What You Did Last Summer

NORMAL, Gaysi Family's latest zine, meditates on queer horror steeped in Indian-ness
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NORMAL, Gaysi Family's latest zine, meditates on queer horror steeped in Indian-ness

Gaysi Family's quarterly magazine, Gaysi Zine, brings together NORMAL, a collection of 18 literary pieces that meditate on horror from a queer perspective.

Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy: Tamannaah says she was initially reluctant to do another period film after Baahubali
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Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy: Tamannaah says she was initially reluctant to do another period film after Baahubali

Tamannaah says playing Avantika in the Baahubali franchise failed to help her play one of the female leads in Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy.

Crawl movie review: Alexandre Aja's flair for tension comes alive in a surprisingly good crocodile horror film
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Crawl movie review: Alexandre Aja's flair for tension comes alive in a surprisingly good crocodile horror film

The fact that there is not a single campy moment in Crawl is a testament to the classy entertainment potential of creature features.

After It: Chapter Two, Stephen King's horror novel The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon, to be adapted for screen
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After It: Chapter Two, Stephen King's horror novel The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon, to be adapted for screen

Stephen King's The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon follows a nine-year-old girl who gets lost in the woods while hiking with her mother and brother.

Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark movie review: Guillermo Del Toro, André Øvredal  present a rich horror experience
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Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark movie review: Guillermo Del Toro, André Øvredal present a rich horror experience

Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark has Guillermo Del Toro's fingerprints all over the film but benefits heavily from André Øvredal's assured direction.

Sujoy Ghosh, cast of Typewriter on why Netlifx's latest offering is not a run-of-the-mill horror series
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Sujoy Ghosh, cast of Typewriter on why Netlifx's latest offering is not a run-of-the-mill horror series

Sujoy Ghosh and the cast members of his latest miniseries Typewriter — Jisshu Sengupta, Palomi Ghosh, and Purab Kolhi — talk exploring complex character.

Typewriter review: Sujoy Ghosh weaves a multifaceted tale of horror and human relationships in Netflix debut
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Typewriter review: Sujoy Ghosh weaves a multifaceted tale of horror and human relationships in Netflix debut

Even if Typewriter fails to best Sujoy Ghosh's Kahaani, the director's maiden venture into the horror genre has been more than a happy welcome.

Emraan Hashmi begins shooting for Hindi remake of Malayalam horror film, Ezra, in Mauritius
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Emraan Hashmi begins shooting for Hindi remake of Malayalam horror film, Ezra, in Mauritius

Emraan Hashmi's Ezra will be directed by Jay Krishnan, who also helmed the 2017 original

Stranger Things Season 3 review: Netflix sci-fi horror series keeps the laughs and scares coming in equal measure
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Stranger Things Season 3 review: Netflix sci-fi horror series keeps the laughs and scares coming in equal measure

Stranger Things 3 pays homage to the '80s while simultaneously carving out its own unique place in our hearts, leaving you in a warm summer afterglow.

Svaha: The Sixth Finger movie review — Korean horror offering is high on ideas but low on execution
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Svaha: The Sixth Finger movie review — Korean horror offering is high on ideas but low on execution

Despite its campy title, Svaha: The Sixth Finger starts out to investigate our systems of belief and the power and sense of entitlement they engender. But the richness of its subtext and ideas fails to penetrate the thick layers of narrative that roil above it.

Brightburn movie review: A mild diversion from the superhero fatigue with horror tropes as a crutch
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Brightburn movie review: A mild diversion from the superhero fatigue with horror tropes as a crutch

Brightburn belongs to the queerly modern phenomenon of popular entertainments whose subtext offers far more edifying fare than their narrative.

Cannes 2019: Jim Jarmusch, Bill Murray, Selena Gomez on The Dead Don't Die and what terrifies them
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Cannes 2019: Jim Jarmusch, Bill Murray, Selena Gomez on The Dead Don't Die and what terrifies them

The Dead Don't Die director Jim Jarmusch opens up on his latest film and why the zombie metaphor is still strong.

The Curse of the Weeping Woman movie review: James Wan film works in parts but lacks The Conjuring's innovation
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The Curse of the Weeping Woman movie review: James Wan film works in parts but lacks The Conjuring's innovation

While The Curse of The Weeping Woman does contain a couple of interesting scares, the film doesn’t quite live up to the standards set by its predecessors.

The Perfection trailer: Allison Williams seems terrifying, manipulative in upcoming Netflix horror film
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The Perfection trailer: Allison Williams seems terrifying, manipulative in upcoming Netflix horror film

The Perfection premiered at last year’s Fantastic Fest (where it was widely appreciated) and will join Netflix’s growing collection of horror flicks

Jordan Peele’s Us as a failed political satire: What the film gets right about America, and what it gets wrong
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Jordan Peele’s Us as a failed political satire: What the film gets right about America, and what it gets wrong

We read the doppelgängers in Jordan Peele's Us as a reference to the black majority left behind even as elites have emerged successfully as professionals, entertainers and sportspersons. It is the African-American liberal elite to whom the Obama persona appealed and that Peele partly satirised in Get Out.