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Horror Bulletin

Brian Schell

Weekly Newsletter of Horror Synopses and Reviews


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Abigail, Pandemonium, Infested, The Deathhead Virgin, Vertigo, and Frankenstein vs. Baragon

This week, we’ll start with three brand-new films, all of which we liked. 2024 has brought us “Abigail,” “Pandemonium,” and “Infested.” Then we’ll talk about a fairly obscure oldie, “The Deathhead Virgin” from 1974.

14 days ago

Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire, Imaginary, Knife+Heart, Open 24 Hours, The Mysterians, and Son of Godzilla

This week, we’ll start with the brand-new, kaiju-sized “Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire” (2024) and then look at a smaller scale problem, “Imaginary” (2024). We’ll watch a short film, then take a look at some filmmakers getting murdered in ...

21 days ago

Mothra, Mothra vs. Godzilla, Ghidorah the Three-Headed Monster, Invasion of Astro-Monster, Ebirah Horror from the Deep, and War of the Gargantuas

It’s Toho week! After last week’s look at Godzilla Minus One, we realized that we’ve been lax in our old-Godzilla coverage. So this week, we’ll continue that series with six movies from that period, in order!

a month ago

Godzilla Minus One, Stopmotion, Ghosts of War, Lowlifes, The Human Monster, and The Leech Woman

We’ve got some really fun ones this week. We’ll start with the Academy Award-winning “Godzilla Minus One” from 2023, then look at the very weird “Stopmotion” of 2024. We’ll take a comic break for the new issue of “Hemlock Ave” and then take...

a month ago

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