Blair Witch Project

The Blair Witch Project: 17 Years Later (Retro Review)

The Blair Witch Project: 17 years later July 30th, 1999 is a day that went down in horror history. The Blair Witch Project hit theaters...

History of ‘Halloween’: Must be the Season of the Witch (Pt 2)

Welcome back to our History of Halloween series! Throughout October, we'll be releasing an article per week on the classic franchise. Last week we...
Halloween H20

History of ‘Halloween’: Halloween H20 – The Revenge of Laurie Strode

Welcome again to our history of Halloween series! In this fourth article, we'll be discussing what would have been the perfect closing chapter of...
30 days of night

30 Days of Night (2007) Turns 10!

2007 was a really solid year for me: I turned 16 over the summer and, after overcoming crippling anxiety about moving to a new...
Dream Warriors Feature

Ranking Freddy’s Kills in ‘A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors’

A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors is regarded as the second greatest film in the NOES series, after the original. The film gave...
american psycho

17 Years Later, ‘American Psycho’ Remains Utterly Insane

As Women in Horror Month continues, we're taking a look at Mary Harron's fan-favorite American Psycho! With a screenplay based on Bret Easton Ellis'...

60+ Years of Godzilla: The Heisei era

If you haven't had a chance to read our brief rundown of the original Showa era of Godzilla films then please read part one...
Dead & Breakfast

Dead & Breakfast Still Serving Up the Gore 11 Years Later

It's been over a decade since Dead & Breakfast, a splatterific love note to all things Peter Jackson and Sam Raimi, was released upon the world....

70’s Ecological Horror: Roger Corman’s ‘Piranha’ (1978)

In 1975 Steven Spielberg unleashed the most famous B-horror movie with an A-movie budget on audiences of the world....Jaws. Soon after every movie studio...

Looking Back At Killer Klowns From Outer Space

What's your favorite day of the year? That question usually returns similar answers. My birthday. Christmas. Today (if you're the live in the moment type)....

History of ‘Halloween’: The Night He Came Home (Pt 1)

Halloween is just around the corner, so what better time to revisit the classic slasher franchise that centers around the holiday? We'll be releasing...

Thir13en Ghosts (2001) Turns 15 – Retro Review

When I first heard that they were remaking William Castle's 1960 spookfest 13 Ghosts back in 2000, I was both excited and nervous. Back...

Snakes on a Plane Turns 10!

There are certain aspirations men my age seem to have in life: find a partner, settle down, maybe start having kids if that's your...

Romero’s Zombie Movies Ranked, From Worst to Best

The Godfather of the modern zombie flick, George A. Romero, took the semi-mythical creature from Haitian folklore (check out the novel of the same name upon which...
The Mothman Prophecies

The Mothman Prophecies: Revisiting the Legend Fifteen Years Later

The Mothman Prophecies can easily be defined as one of the eeriest, most unsettling, and even mind-bending films to date. The film first hit theaters...

Maximum Overdrive turns 30

Watch out for the Happy Toyz truck - Stephen King's Maximum Overdrive turns the big 3-0 this month and the Green Goblin might be...
Friday the 13th: The New Blood

Happy 29th: What Rocks about ‘The New Blood’

Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood rose from the icy depths of Crystal Lake twenty-nine years ago today to give us perhaps...

Remembering ‘Manos: The Hands of Fate’ and the Master

Manos: The Hands of Fate changed my life. There, I said it. It literally changed my life and I truly mean it. Manos is...

Feast (2005) Turns 11! Who’s Hungry?

Back before camera phones and downloadable film editing software, the only way for indie filmmakers to make a decent movie was to find someone...

60+ Years of Godzilla: The Millennium Films

Part one of our Godzilla retrospective can be read HERE. Part two of our Godzilla retrospective can be read HERE. After TriStar had tried their...