A dark flash fiction, revolving around the thoughts and reflections that rise from a tragic accident.
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The first thing I see as I wake up is where it happened. From my bedroom window, I see the open fields, the old spruce forest and the highway resting on the hill. At night, the headlights cruise through the darkness like fireflies.
That evening, we had dinner at the Crawfords. It was a couple of days after I noticed a suspicious look behind my wife’s warm eyes. At our quick and heated rendezvous at lunch that day, Mrs. Crawford had assured me I had nothing to worry about. “Nobody knows,” Mrs. Crawford assured me, and my wife’s smiles, glances and touches that evening proved it.
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Russell Crowe, Vatican mysticism and eerie demons are the key ingredients as the Samaritan director Julies Avery steps into the horror genre with The Pope’s Exorcist.
The story in The Pope’s Exorcist revolves around the Vatican’s chief exorcist Father Gabriel Amorth, who uncovers a centuries-old conspiracy while investigating the possession of a young boy.
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The nerve-racking smiles in the trailer for the psychological horror Smile is sure to get under your skin, and I like it. The story revolves around Dr. Rose Cotter, who witness the traumatic death of one of her patients. Afterwards, Rose notices strange and uncanny occurrences and to escape, she must face her troubled past.
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Among the upcoming movies in July 2022, I’ve found a couple that I think you should circle in your calendar. Or what do you say about witches from the past, a prowling shark, a dark comedy, a sci-fi thriller and a visit to a lonely gulch of inland California?
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I find the premise for director Scott Derrickson’s upcoming horror movie The Black Phone, both fresh and interesting.
The story revolves around Finney, a young boy abducted by a masked killer and locked up in a cellar. To his surprise, a disconnected phone on the wall rings and when he answers, he finds the killer’s previous victims on the other end hellbent to save Finney. The man behind the attention-grabbing story is no other than the award-winning Joe Hill, who gave us Locke & Key and NOS4A2, among other riveting stories.
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