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From a young age, I was drawn to films especially the horror and psychological thriller genre. Living in a small town in New Brunswick, Canada, I later fell in love with reviewing and writing about movies. I like to bring my background in Psychology and Religious Studies to my writing and film reviews. Apart from films, I enjoy writing and drawing. However, nothing makes me happier than celebrating Halloween and playing tennis.

COLD NOVEMBER: Heartwarming Female-Centric Coming-Of-Age

It doesn’t always manages to keep your attention, but when Jacob’s inspired cinematography and the cast's strong acting appear on screen, Cold November demands

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TRUTH OR DARE: I Dare You To Skip

Truth Or Dare has nothing to offer to horror fans with its bland characters and uninspired concept. The only way you should be seeing

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INSIDIOUS: THE LAST KEY: Still Going Good

The Insidious franchise has quietly grown to be one of the most impressive and contemporary horror- and Insidious: The Last Key is another solid

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MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS: Losing Steam To The Big Screen

Though containing some elegant set design and impressive cinematography, Murder on the Orient Express can’t quite intrigue you to the potential that it could’ve,

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SUBURBICON: Fake Smiles & Stale Cookies Doesn't Always Win You Over

Suburbicon is a somewhat effective thriller that unfortunately squanders its potential at being a deeper film about racial tension.

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HAPPY DEATH DAY: Scream Meets Groundhog Day Is A Surprise Party

Happy Death Day is a fun slasher film that likens back to the slasher days of old, albeit with a Groundhog Day twist.

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SAW VI: Back To Basics Leads To Redemption

Surprisingly, Saw VI seems to have learned from previous entries; with a plot of its own, it manages to be the stand out of

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SAW V: A Disconnected And Painful Overkill

With Saw V, the Saw franchise firmly waved goodbye to logic, with plot contrivances that make the film closer to sci-fi than horror.

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SAW IV: An Unaware Parody Of Itself

Saw IV goes even bigger than its predecessors, but with the loss of the franchise's main writer, the story loses much of its oomph.

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SAW III: Too Many Flaws To Warrant Forgiveness

Despite its great practical effects, the once compelling twists have now become overdone in Saw III and are not as shocking as they once

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