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Emma Vine

Emma is a freelance writer and a lifelong movie and television fan. When she's not at the cinema enjoying the latest movie release or talking to fellow film lovers on Twitter, you can find her at Starbucks consuming peppermint mochas.

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Loop Track (2023): Film Review

Loop Track takes time to reach its destination, but the path leading to the film’s conclusion is a satisfying surprise.

Robbie Williams: Netflix Series Review

Robbie Williams is an earnest overview of the life and career of one of the UK’s most influential solo artists of the 20th century.

It’s a Wonderful Knife: Film Review

It’s a Wonderful Knife is a campy Christmas-themed horror slasher that embraces its lighthearted approach while offering abundant entertainment.

Hollywood Dreams & Nightmares: The Robert Englund Story Review

Hollywood Dreams & Nightmares: The Robert Englund Story is a thorough, compelling career overview of one of Hollywood’s most prominent horror icons.

Five Nights at Freddy’s: Film Review

Five Nights at Freddy’s may not deliver in the horror department, but it compensates with effective practical animatronics and decent performances.

Hell House LLC Origins: The Carmichael Manor (Shudder) Review

Though Shudder’s Hell House LLC Origins: The Carmichael Manor adopts a new location, it rehashes franchise ideas and struggles to maintain its own identity.

Where the Devil Roams: Brooklyn Horror Film Review

Where the Devil Roams is a unique addition to the indie horror space, showcasing the undeniable talent and creativity of the Adams family.

Red Rooms: Brooklyn Horror Film Review

Red Rooms’ understated yet effective approach to storytelling produces one of the most compelling, psychological fictional crime thrillers to-date.

The Puppetman: Shudder Film Review

Though Christensen’s The Puppetman will satisfy horror fans with its kills, the logic behind the entity fails to produce a satisfying conclusion.

Jules: Film Review

Though Jules explores relatable themes and the human race’s desire for connection, the film’s underdeveloped story makes the sci-fi drama forgettable.