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93 | The Ritual

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Director: David Bruckner

Writers: Joe Barton & Adam Nevill (novel)

Synopsis: Following a terrible tragedy, four friends decide to continue their group’s planned hiking trip through the virtually untouched wilderness of Sweden. However, when weather and injury force them to take a shortcut through the woods, the group soon realizes they’re being hunted by a sinister presence.

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Do you enjoy haunted houses/forests? Would you enjoy them as much if the workers trapped you inside coffins? Shoved vomit in your face? If this sounds bananas to you, join the club. Next time you hear from us, we'll be reviewing Haunters: The Art Of The Scare, which covers this exact topic. Haunters is currently streaming on Netflix US.

84 | Gerald's Game

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Director: Mike Flanagan

Writers: Mike Flanagan & Jeff Howard (based on novel by Stephen King)

Synopsis: Jessie Burlingame & her husband Gerald travel to their secluded lake house for a romantic getaway to rekindle the spark in their stale relationship. Gerald has brought some handcuffs along to spice things up, but when he suffers a heart attack & collapses after locking Jessie up, she is forced to endure a hallucinatory nightmare.


Next up, we’ll finally be reviewing Better Watch Out. So you’d better watch out...for our next episode. 

61 | I Am the Pretty Thing That Lives in the House

Director/Writer: Oz Perkins

Stars: Ruth Wilson, Paula Prentiss, Lucy Boynton, Bob Balaban

Synopsis: A young woman takes a job as a live-in hospice nurse for an elderly novelist. The longer she stays in the dying woman's home, the closer she comes to learning the identity of the author's muse. It's a truth far scarier than fiction.


Join us next time when we discuss and review the recent, indie thriller, The Eyes of my Mother. The directorial debut from total newbie, Nicolas Pesce, this movie is sure to make more than a few "Top 10 of 2016" lists. The Eyes of My Mother is current available on VOD, or for rent on Amazon, iTunes, and Google Play.