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“Hereditary” is the next step in the renaissance of horror
 

Matthew Wilson looks at the latest horror hit, Hereditary, and finds echoes of the horror genre classics cour...

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“The Cured” is further evidence that the zombie craze needs to die
 

The Cured, a thoroughly Irish take on a post-zombie-apocalypse, gives the audience a lot to chew on but there&...

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“Cargo” is almost totally undeserving of Martin Freeman
 

Netflix’s Cargo strips down the zombie genre to get to the emotional core of Martin Freeman’s pe...

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“Avengers: Infinity War” is the peak of the Marvel mountain
 

Avengers: Infinity War overcharges everything you’ve come to know and love about Marvel Movies, writes M...

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