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Saw II (2005)

The Jigsaw killer is back and only Detective Donnie Wahlberg can stop him. The movie opens with a guy falling victim to a Jigsaw game. The detective is called in to identify the body and becomes much more involved in

XX (2017)

Horror anthology movies are still alive and well. While this is nowhere near as good as Creepshow or Tales from the Darkside: The Movie, it does have its moments. Of the four, I liked the third one the best. It was called

Saw (2004)

This is the movie that revitalized the horror genre in the early 2000s and launched a new franchise that has, so far, spanned eight films. Two dudes wake up in a nasty bathroom chained to opposite ends of the room.

Cabin Fever (2002)

A group of college kids decides to take a nice little break from the college grind by going to a cabin in the middle of nowhere. Little do they know that an infectious disease is starting to spread in the

Final Destination 2 (2003)

Death, uh, finds a way… Why couldn’t they get Jeff Goldblum to be in these movies? Then at least there would be one thing worth watching. A year after the events of the first movie, a girl named Kimberly has

I Know What You Did Last Summer (1997)

It was the late 90s and teen horror movies were super popular. It all started with Scream and just kept growing. Like Scream, this movie was also written by the teen horror master, Kevin Williamson. The main cast consists of Jennifer Love

Idle Hands (1999)

This is teen horror comedy at its best. Devon Sawa plays stoner/slacker/dumbass Anton Tobias. His parents are brutally murdered on Halloween… [spoiler] by Anton’s hand. It is revealed that his hand is the murderer when he also offs his best

Phantoms (1998)

Based on a shitty novel by Dean Koontz, this horror thriller features an all star cast and little else. The story is bland and derivative. Like every other Invasion of the Body Snatchers or alien takeover movie, there is not a

Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives (1986)

Tommy Jarvis (Thom Mathews), the kid who has been fighting Jason Voorhees since he was a young boy, is back as an adult. The movie starts with Tommy and his friend going to destroy whatever remains of Jason’s body at

Near Dark (1987)

This is one of those cult classic vampire movies that always hides just under the radar. The plot centers around Caleb (Adrian Pasdar) whose life changes forever after an encounter with a seductive lady named Mae. She turns him into

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