unbearing

Unbearing (2017) Horror Review: Short but Wickedly Twisted!

Personally, I would never babysit for anyone unless I knew the people well. There's something eerie about watching over someone's child you don't know....
defarious

Defarious (2016) Short Film Review

Defarious is a multi award-winning independent short film directed by Chase Michael Pallante that tells the story of a young woman named Amy, played...
aliens: zone of silence

‘Aliens: Zone of Silence’ is Quiet but Compelling (Review)

Andy Fowler's UFO thriller, Aliens: Zone of Silence centers on a young woman's search through the Mexican desert to find out what happened to...

Hallows Fell (2017) Horror Comic Review

Hallows Fell is a haunting tale about the worst day of one man's life. The story begins with Simon having some drinks with his...
horrorhound

HorrorHound Weekend Invades Columbus, Ohio

Recently, the good folks behind HorrorHound Weekend brought its convention of horrors to my hometown of Columbus, Ohio. This was the first time they...
Secret Santa Adam Marcus

Secret Santa (2017) Review: A Nearly Perfect Holiday Horror Film

My mom loves Christmas. She loves it so much that she usually starts listening to Christmas music in July, begins decorating November first, and...
Nite Nite

Nite Nite (2017) Horror Review: Sleep Tight, Don’t Let the Bed Monsters Bite!

Checking for monsters in our rooms is a timeless tradition. We’ve all had that eerie moment of feeling like you’re not alone and the...
spookers

Spookers (2017) is a Haunted House Documentary with a Heart

If you’re a horror fan, the streaming service Shudder is a necessity. I’ve been a subscriber for over 2 years and without Shudder, there...
stranger things 2

Stranger Things 2 is Totally Tubular (Review)

Stranger Things 2 has officially arrived on Netflix for your binging enjoyment, so you better just get used to hearing about the series from...
lace crater

Lace Crater (2015) Delivers Haunting Cringe

While I’m a huge horror fan, I also love cringe comedy. Lace Crater delivers on both fronts, in what might be a new sub-genre...
faith community

Hard to Keep the Faith with ‘The Faith Community’ (Review)

In The Faith Community, Hannah, Andrew and Colin travel to a wooded area of Maryland for a bible study retreat they hope will bring...

‘The Night Watchmen’ Proves Not All Vampires Are “Handsome As Sh*t”

The job of night watchman must be pretty boring. I mean, unless you work somewhere pretty interesting, then the job must involve a hell...
creep 2

Mark Duplass Brings the Cringe in ‘Creep 2’ (Review)

2014's Creep didn't so much revitalize the crowded found footage subgenre of horror as it did reinvent the mold of what could be accomplished...

Remembering Ghost Ship 15 Years Later!

Today marks the 15th anniversary of the cult classic film Ghost Ship. With Halloween right around the corner, this film always finds it's way into my...
residue

Residue (2017) Gets Stuck Trying to Be Too Much (Review)

I’m a sucker for a good movie poster, which is why I immediately watched Residue (2017) on Netflix. It looked like a great horror...
boys in the trees

Boys in the Trees (2016) is the Perfect Halloween Film

You can find Boys in the Trees in the horror section of Netflix in the US and UK, but don't be tricked into believing...
Never Hike Alone

Never Hike Alone is the Friday the 13th Film we’ve been Waiting For

To paraphrase The Dark Knight’s Jim Gordon (Gary Oldman), Never Hike Alone isn’t the Friday the 13th fan film Camp Crystal Lakers deserve, but...
Vicious

Vicious: A Terrifying Short from Oliver Park

Every once in a while, we come across a underrated film that truly deserves an audience. The hidden gem that we're discussing today is Vicious,...
the babysitter

The Babysitter (2017) Review: Move Over, Kevin McCallister

It's been 27 years since Kevin McCallister defended his home from bandits in the holiday comedy classic Home Alone. No amount of paint cans,...

‘Hell House LLC’ is Scary Business (Review)

To say the found footage format for horror films has been overdone in recent years would be an understatement. And except a few titles...