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      Modern Horrors

      Modern Horrors is not a Tomatometer-approved publication. Reviews from this publication only count toward the Tomatometer® when written by the following Tomatometer-approved critic(s): Luke Rodriguez.

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      Scare Package II: Rad Chad's Revenge (2022) Luke Rodriguez If you’re a fan of the original, the sequel is a no-brainer. It’s crammed full of the same meta wit and inside references that viewers will either love or hate.
      Posted Dec 21, 2022
      Night at the Eagle Inn (2021) Luke Rodriguez It's surprising and well-crafted horror that will appeal to genre fans of all walks.
      Posted Oct 29, 2021
      Sound of Violence (2021) Luke Rodriguez Mind-blowing sequences of torture and terror as Alexis looks to extract a symphony of screams from her victims. These moments alone are worth the price of admission-even if they're outrageously unrealistic.
      Posted Apr 30, 2021
      Jakob's Wife (2021) Luke Rodriguez While Jakob's Wife is, for all intents and purposes, a vampire film, it's the way that the script handles the complicated subject of marriage that wins me over in this tale of blood, guts, and unholy matrimony.
      Posted Mar 22, 2021
      Gaia (2021) Luke Rodriguez Bouwer's horror debut delivers in terms of tension and terror but stumbles while bringing it all together. If you're simply looking for a masterfully shot creature feature full of fungus and frights, it's hard to do better than Gaia.
      Posted Mar 18, 2021
      The Heretics (2017) Luke Rodriguez The Heretics is a modern marvel of independent genre cinema.
      Posted Mar 13, 2021
      In The Earth (2021) Luke Rodriguez In the Earth succeeds through simplicity while delivering gruesome and intelligent folk horror for the post-pandemic age. It asks large questions and provides complex answers, and Horror fans would be fools not to see it.
      Posted Jan 31, 2021
      Anything for Jackson (2020) Luke Rodriguez Watch Anything for Jackson as soon as you can.
      Posted Nov 17, 2020
      Vicious Fun (2020) Luke Rodriguez Calahan hits his stride with a movie that is simultaneously shocking, surprising, and downright delightful. The concept is bonkers, the SFX are silly and over the top, and the soundtrack is fabulous.
      Posted Oct 21, 2020
      The Dark and the Wicked (2020) Luke Rodriguez Bertino taps into what made The Strangers so special and proves that he's truly a contemporary master of horror. The Dark and the Wicked is one of the scariest movies I've ever seen. Period.
      Posted Aug 31, 2020
      Uncle Peckerhead (2020) Luke Rodriguez Hyperviolent deaths, a hilarious script, and a pitch-perfect cast of lovable weirdos make Uncle Peckerhead the first must-see horror comedy of 2020.
      Posted Jul 15, 2020
      The Mortuary Collection (2019) Luke Rodriguez The tone, writing, colors, and pace all come together in a whimsical and harmonious package full of twists, turns, and gruesome practical effects. It's a masterclass in short-form horror.
      Posted Jul 10, 2020
      The Oak Room (2020) Luke Rodriguez For a movie that centers around little more than conversation, The Oak Room is remarkably engaging. Grim cinematography and sound design create a constant and palpable sense of dread.
      Posted Jul 10, 2020
      Game of Death (2017) Luke Rodriguez Game of Death doesn't care about your socially charged sub-plots; it only wants mayhem, and that's exactly what it delivers.
      Posted Jul 08, 2020
      Scare Package (2019) Luke Rodriguez In a time where horror anthologies are a dime-a-dozen and creativity seems to be in short supply, Scare Package is an incredibly refreshing - and bloody - alternative.
      Posted Jul 08, 2020
      The Beach House (2019) Luke Rodriguez It's a major win for small, independent horror. Avoid spoilers, and give it a watch as soon as you can.
      Posted Jun 18, 2020
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