XLrator dropped the movie trailer for Rusty Nixon's Residue (2016) which is described as a neo-noir horror creature feature film. This movie looks in the least, interesting enough to warrant the attention I am giving it here. Keep an eye in this film and we will update you once we hear anything further. James Clayton, Taylor Hickson, and Matt Frewer star Residue.Tags for Residue (2016) - Trailer: action, horror, thriller, movie, trailer, 2016, Residue, Rusty Nixon, xlrator, James Clayton, Taylor Hickson, Matt Frewer
Sophia Takal's Always Shine (2016) is written by Lawrence Michael Levine who also stars in the film. This film looks like a slow burn that I am very interested in watching through. I usually don't have the patience to watch a film like this, but you like me should have this movie on your radar. Always Shine will release in movie theaters this upcoming November 25, 2016. Mackenzie Davis, Caitlin FitzGerald, Lawrence Michael Levine star…Tags for Always Shine (2016) - Trailer: thriller, movie, trailer, 2016, Always Shine, Sophia Takal, Lawrence Michael Levine, Mackenzie Davis, Caitlin FitzGerald
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Horror videos and movies have grown to become the longest-lasting movie genre in history. Horror videos are intended to elicit a feeling of dread, fear, or dismay. Expect the unexpected and count on an intense atmosphere that grows at a face pace. Horror videos often lull you into a sense of tranquility then suddenly create a menacing effect that jolts you out of your comfort zone. They can leave you with a vague ending, so you have the sense that the menace still remains, which is the perfect set up for a sequel. The two main subjects of horror videos are supernatural beings (vampires, phantoms, demons, etc.) or real situations and figures (serial killers, medical tragedies, etc.).
Scary Videos and Why We Love Them
The appeal of scary videos has grown over the years and with the new crop of films, such as Saw, The Strangers, Session 9, and Wes Craven's New Nightmare, the definition of horror has also evolved. These movies display more explicit gore, jump scenes, scares, and supernatural content than ever before.
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