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The Addams Family (1964-1966) – A Look At The Lighter Side Of Horror – HORROR TV REVIEW

By Melissa Antoinette Garza Evolved from a popular New Yorker cartoon by Charles Addams, The Addams Family began its run in September of 1964. It followed the adventures of an eccentric clan of characters who found appreciation in things that most others were frightened of or disgusted by. Whether it be their pet lion, their […]

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Siren (2016) – Horror Movie Review (FOR RENT ON AMAZON and REDBOX)

  By Melissa Antoinette Garza Truth be known, I wasn’t particularly impressed with the V/H/S trilogy.  I watched each of the films once and if I recall correctly, the last two were superior to the first.  When I saw the trailer for SIREN, it didn’t resonate that this was a full-length production of a tale […]

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Beauty and the Beast (2014) – Film Review   Available on Amazon

By Melissa Antoinette Garza   This weekend, I have the privilege of going to see the new Disney live-action BEAUTY AND THE BEAST (2017) with some of my favorite people in the world.  My sister-in-law Dani, who has great taste in books and movies, spoke very highly of it, so I’m anticipating it quite a […]

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Why Him? (2016)  – Comedy Film Review – Available on Amazon

By Melissa Antoinette Garza   I saw a trailer for WHY HIM? (2016) a few months back and made a mental note to see it.  I just recently saw the same ad and thought it was finally coming to theaters only to see it was already available on AMAZON.  I rid myself of cable a […]

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The Whole Truth (2016) – AVAILABLE ON AMAZON

By Melissa Antoinette Garza   How did this film sneak under the radar?  I’m a Keanu Reeves fan.  I enjoy Renee Zellweger’s body of work in dramatic roles.  When I was younger, I adored Jim Belushi.  He was the principal, man!  That combined with my adoration for court room dramas would have had me in […]

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The Choice (2016) Romance Film Review – Free on AMAZON PRIME

  By Melissa Antoinette Garza   It feels like spring in Western Mass and despite enjoying horror films and everything strange and dark, I do have a soft side.  I’m a girl.  I grew up on soap operas which with few exceptions are obsolete now.  After surrounding myself in all the dreary, haunting and scary […]

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Necromancy (1972) – FREE SPECIAL EDITION FULL FILM INCLUDED IN REVIEW

By Melissa Antoinette Garza   I love 1970s horror movies.  They have a certain look, feel, tone and rawness to it that modern movies rarely capture.  As I was perusing the new Amazon Prime films, I came across NECROMANCY (1972).  It was a movie I had never seen and it starred one of my favorite […]

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Ouija: Origin of Evil – Available for rent on Amazon

By Melissa Antoinette Garza   I was not a fan of the predecessor to this film.  I love movies about Ouija boards, but it failed to scare.  It was the typical horror film that followed teenagers contacting the other side.  It just didn’t do it well. Thankfully, OUIJA: ORIGIN OF EVIL took some pointers from […]

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Leah Remini: Scientology and The Aftermath – AVAILABLE ON AMAZON

  By Melissa Antoinette Garza   There’s not much Americans agree on right now.  The one thing that isn’t up for debate is SCIENTOLOGY AND THE AFTERMATH.  Everyone loves it and everyone talks about it.  Whether on Facebook, Twitter or in person (imagine that) everyone I know is cheering on Leah Remini and her partner […]

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Grotesque (1988) Horror Movie Review – FREE FILM INCLUDED

  By Melissa Antoinette Garza   My husband wants me to give this flick a 10 out of 10.  He’s overreaching quite a bit, but it was certainly a film worth watching. GROTESQUE is a fun confused mess with an odd premise and an even odder implementation.  The performances seem as though they should come […]

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Strange Voices (1989) – Nancy McKeon Made for TV Movie Review

By Geno McGahee They don’t make TV movies like they used to. You don’t really see many topical flicks any more. It all changed with Joey Buttafuoco and OJ Simpson. Those two guys forever shifted the tone of these made for TV films. But before they began to trend, we got very decent and meaningful […]