Tag Archives | horror


A Very Imaginary Guide to Halloween-y Things in Seattle

I love fall. And I REALLY love October, because I LOVE Halloween. I’ve got two boxes full of costumes and decorations that I’m constantly adding to, my pantry is full of everything pumpkin spice, and my DVD shelf is lined with 100 or so horror flicks. And the best thing about all this is: I […]

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The American Scream

{The American Scream screens at the Grand Illusion Cinema on Saturday, October 6 at 9pm and 11pm as part of their Curse of All Monsters Attack! Program this month} The American Scream is one of those amazingly awesome documentaries full of people that make you cry because they are so damn passionate about what they’re […]

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Recommended Viewing: MIFFF at SIFF Film Center & Uptown {10/5-10/7}

It's the fourth year of the Maelstrom International Fantastic Film Festival, and since y'all know I love me some horror and fantasy movies, y'all also know that I am beyond excited.  This year the fest is screening 5 features and over 40 shorts that focus on action, animation, fantasty, horror, and science fiction. You can […]

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[Rec] 3: Genesis

{Rec 3: Genesis screens at the Grand Illusion Cinema 9/13 at 9pm, and again 9/14 at 11pm} Sometimes when filmmakers continue their horror film franchises, it doesn’t work out so well (I’m looking at you, Paranormal Activity). But while [Rec] 3: Genesis is admittedly the campiest film in Director Paco Plaza’s zombie trilogy, it’s still […]

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Lovely Molly

{Lovely Molly opens in Seattle on Friday, 7/20 and is screening at SIFF Cinema Uptown through 7/26} Opening with a “found footage” sequence (expected by Director Eduardo Sanchez, one-half of the writing and directing team that brought us The Blair Witch Project) packed with intense emotion, Lovely Molly then backtracks to start at the beginning. […]

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The Pact

{The Pact screens at The Grand Illusion Cinema on 7/20 & 7/21 at 11pm – tickets are $8 | $5 for members | $6 seniors & students} While I think overall The Pact is a solid thriller, it’s also one of those movies that’s way better if you don’t know too much about it. Sisters […]

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Kill List

{Kill List opens in Seattle on Friday, March 2, and is screening at SIFF Cinema at the Uptown through Thursday, March 8} Kill List is one of those movies that you can’t say too much about, or you’ll ruin it for everybody. It’s also really f’ing hard to describe. Part criminal thriller, part horror, part […]

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