Chaos Reigns: ‘Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer’ is Just as Terrifying 35 Years Later

The thirty-five years that have passed since its premiere at the Chicago International Film Festival in October of 1986 have done nothing to diminish the impact of Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer. It is a film about reality—truths that are in some ways distant, but in others deeply relatable. It is about chaos and […]

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[Review] “Creepshow” Season 3 Ends With Two Strong Tales of Dark Secrets

This week’s Creepshow offering, which is also the last of the season, features one segment about a prevailing problem that affects millions of Americans today. The other turns the color all the way down and tells a novel story coinciding with events from a classic horror movie. The finale opens with Greg Nicotero’s “Drug Traffic”. […]

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