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[Review] Informative and Disturbing, ‘Rats’ Is the Ideal Horror Documentary!

While some may scoff at the idea of horror documentaries, they’ve actually been around for quite some time now. Eerie films like Barbara Brancaccio and Joshua Zeman’s Cropsey and Frederick Wiseman’s infamous Titicut Follies have proven that reality can be just as, if not more, horrifying than fiction if viewed through the right lens. Inspired […]
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