houses october built 2

The Houses October Built 2 (2017) is a Superior Horror Sequel

I'm a big fan of 2014's The Houses October Built. As someone who loves the Fall season, and especially Halloween, the focus on extreme...
mother!

Review- Darren Aronofsky’s ‘mother!’ (2017)

After the underwhelming Noah, it came as a relief to hear the next film from Darren Aronofsky would be a horror film staring Jennifer...
Messaged Received

Message Received- Short Film Review

When it comes to making short films, there is a lot that you have to be able to cram into an entire movie within...
Ghost Island 2

Ghost Island #2 (2017) Horror Comic Review

Imagine Jurassic Park, but with ghosts. That's the premise for Ghost Island, and it's dark, surprising, and loads of fun. We reviewed issue one...
betsy

Betsy (2017) Review: Character-Driven Werewolf Flick Lacks Bite

Betsy is an independent werewolf horror film helmed by Shawn Burkett, director of the widely sought-after Don't Fuck in the Woods. Betsy, the titular...
it review

IT (2017) Shines With Humor, Heart and Horror (Review)

Since the record-breaking trailer released earlier this year, there's been an enormous amount of hype for Andy Muschietti's big-screen adaptation of IT, based on...

Friday the 13th Part 3: The Memoriam Documentary (Review)

Nostalgia isn’t a strong enough word for those who voraciously consume the horror genre. Yearning dwells deep within all of us for cherished memories...
the atoning

The Atoning (2017) Review: Not Your Average Ghost Story

Melodrama and horror collide in The Atoning, the second feature from writer/director Michael Williams. The film follows a family of three- Vera, Ray, and...

Alone (2017) Short Review: Don’t Turn Off the Lights

At some point in most people's lives, they'll have a moment when they're home alone in the dark, and the numbing silence causes them to...
little evil

Netflix’s ‘Little Evil’ is big on Laughs and Heart (Review)

Way back in 2010, Eli Craig exploded onto the horror scene with Tucker & Dale vs. Evil, the highly revered horror comedy that became...
death note

Death Note (2017) is fun even if you Aren’t Familiar with the Material

Death Note is a supernatural horror-thriller from director Adam Wingard, the filmmaker behind You're Next, The Guest, and Blair Witch. The film is based...
#NotAlone

Social Media and the Supernatural Collide in ‘#NotAlone’ (Short Film Review)

In 2017, the fact of the matter is that you either partake in the social media platforms at your disposal, or you fail to...
BRZOWSKI-ENMITYVILLE

Music Review: BRZOWSKI Solo Album ‘Enmityville’

Although it has been five years since BRZOWSKI released a solo album, that doesn't mean the Maine lyricist hasn't stayed busy. In the fall...
breaking vera

Breaking Vera (2017) Review: Short Film is not Short on Tension

Breaking Vera, the short film from writer/director Brittany Blanton, is an exercise in sustained tension that should serve as a "how-to" guide for films...
killing ground

Familiarity Keeps ‘Killing Ground’ From Truly Shining (Review)

Damien Power's Killing Ground is the latest "couples' camping trip gone wrong" horror film to effectively harness uneasiness and brutality as a method of...
annabelle: creation

‘Annabelle: Creation’ Understands why Horror Fans go to the Movies (Review)

Why wait until September to be scared by Pennywise when you could just go ahead and be terrified right now? Annabelle: Creation is a...
The Eyrie

‘The Eyrie’ Review: An Absolutely Terrifying Graphic Novel

The Eyrie is a graphic novel from writer Thom Burgess, and his second published horror story. The first was the critically acclaimed horror comic Malevolents...
Dark Moon

‘Dark Moon #4’ Motion Comic Review

Episode #4 of the Dark Moon motion comic, created by Tom Freeman, was recently released. I was lucky enough to get to check out...
life

‘Life’ (2017) Film Review: Meet Calvin, The Not-So-Friendly Alien

Alien movies, much like zombie movies, have been rehashed over and over again. While some are fantastic, others attempt to suck the life out...
The Bad Batch

The Bad Batch (2017) is a Wasteland Well-Worth Visiting

The indie, arthouse, and western genres collide in The Bad Batch- a film that is bound to divide audiences. Set in a fenced-in desert...
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