This week on End Credits it’s about to get spooky. Yes, we’re about half-a-month early when it comes to the official start of Halloween season, but we’re jumping the proverbial gun with a little end of summer tribute to horror and scary things. We’re talking about some of our favourite (recent) scary movies, and then we will see if Glorious is worthy of that list.
This Wednesday, September 14, at 3 pm, Adam A. Donaldson and Candice Lepage will discuss:
Scared So Good. In the last 10 years, the horror genre has gone from something enjoyed by a small but very dedicated group of film fanatics to one of the most well received genres that constantly delivers both in quality and box office. To begin this week’s show, we’re going to count off a few of our favourite horror movies from the last 10 years. If it was made good and scary between 2013 and today, we just might talk about it.
REVIEW: Glorious (2022). So you’re heading down the highway, you’re getting tired, and you need a pit stop. You pull into some out of the way truck stop in order to use the bathroom, and – BOOM! – you’re confronted by an non-corporeal god-like entity that enlists you in a game to determine the fate of all humanity. Those Lovecraftian vibes are apparent in Glorious, a new horror film streaming on Shudder starring True Blood‘s Ryan Kwanten and Oscar-winner J.K. Simmons, but are those good vibrations or bad vibrations? This review will tell.
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