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M3GAN (2022) – Taking a walk in uncanny valley

Directed by Gerard Johnstone and written by Akela Cooper from an idea from James Wan, M3GAN is the next in line in a long history of doll based horror fiction. My first brush with this type of horror came from a Twilight Zone episode “Living Doll” that featured a sentient doll named talking Tina that inserts herself in the dysfunction of a modern American family. The results were absolutely terrifying. The idea that something loved

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Dagr (2024) – A Darkly Clever Found-Footage Film 

Fueled by a spirited cast and skillful direction, Dagr is one of the cleverest found-footage horror movies I’ve ever watched. Directed by Matthew Butler-Hart, the 2024 British film stars Riz Moritz and Ellie Duckles as two social media stars named Louise and Thea who host a popular prank show titled “They Deserve It and If They Don’t Fuck It Anyway!”

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Another Drunken Monkey Review - Hollow Gate (1988)

Drunken Monkey Movie Review: Hollow Gate – Halloween Edition

Listen up, you primitive screwheads. It’s almost Halloween. We here at the Monkey House have given tequila shots and Mad Dog to every primate and simian in residence. So buckle up for a wild ride as we review 1988’s Hollow Gate. DISCLAIMER: As this movie is almost as old as I am, there will be spoilers. Just get drunk like we do and it won’t matter. Deciding On Your Costume

Tubi Terror Volume 3 - Found Footage

Tubi Terror: Volume 3 – Found Footage Gems

Apollo 18 – It’s Like A Double Secret Apollo 13 Apollo 18 is a found footage science fiction horror film directed by Gonzalo López-Gallego that explores the fictional premise of a secret, undocumented Apollo mission to the moon. The film follows three astronauts as they embark on this covert project, only to encounter mysterious and terrifying events that challenge their understanding of reality and push them across boundaries of the

Prom Night 4 - Deliver Us From Evil

Drunken Monkey Review: Prom Night IV – Deliver Us From Evil

Whelp…what can I say? Because I’ve spent the last two months on a drunken bender in Las Vegas with a retired monkey trainer and a band of hobos, I missed the opportunity to stream Prom Night 3 (for free – I ain’t paying for a possibly questionable pile of celluloid excrement). So let’s just skip it and dive right into the fourth and final film of the franchise. Prom Night

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