Monthly Archives: February 2016

UNH Podcast – Episode 20: Candyman

This week on the United Nations of Horror, Lucard and Becky are left alone to man the UNH ship due to numerous technical issues beyond our control caused by the very evil entity of Candyman! That’s right, we’re going to … Continue reading

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Review: Triple 9

Ever since Antoine Fuqua’s TRAINING DAY, the “dark, gritty crime-thriller” is a genre that has found its tropes and cliches and held on to them dearly. Since then, we’ve gotten a surplus of these films that hit a lot of the … Continue reading

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REVIEW: The Witch

I love a good “classy” horror film. A horror film with some true artistry and brains behind it. That’s what I expected to get from THE WITCH, but is that what I got? On a technical level, yes. But on … Continue reading

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REVIEW: Eddie The Eagle

It’s finally happening. I’ve been talking a lot of shit about the wave of films we get in January and the majority of February, because typically they suck BAD. Thankfully, we’re starting to see a turn in quality. With DEADPOOL, WHERE … Continue reading

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UNH Podcast – Episode 19: Blacula

In honour of Black History month, UNH takes a look at the 1972 blaxploitation classic, Blacula and the sequel Scream Blacula Scream!  There are lots of Horrody Commas to be found as well as plenty of groovy Blood-Sucking Vampires. As … Continue reading

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