Monochrome

Film Review: ‘Monochrome’ Doesn’t Cut to the Chase

I am not condoning serial killers, but there can never be enough strong roles written for women in genre films. Therefore, I was excited...
Gehenna Where Death Lives

Film Review: Gehenna: Where Death Lives’

As a filmmaker and aspiring FX artist, I was excited to review Gehenna: Where Death Lives, which is the first feature film from FX artist...
Downrange Ryuhei Kitamura Shudder

Sniper Terror from Ryuhei Kitamura in Shudder Exclusive ‘Downrange’

For some time now, I’ve been debating on whether or not I should give the subscription-based streaming service Shudder a try. With all the...

‘Sick For Toys’ is a Perfectly Twisted Christmas Horror Film (DIFF 2018)

While covering the 2018 Dallas International Film Festival (DIFF) this week, I had an opportunity to check out a new Christmas horror film titled...
Summer of '84

Film Review: ‘Summer of ’84’ (DIFF 2018)

It is 2018 and it seems that the '80s are in full swing! Nostalgia has hit every form of entertainment, from shows and film...

Film review: ‘Dead List’ is a familiar horror anthology

Dead List was written by Holden Andrews (Scary Nights), Ivan Asen (Ender’s Game), and Victor Mathieu (The Monster Project), with the writing team also...

‘SockMonster’ Brings The Horror In Just 4 Minutes

SockMonster is a short horror film written and directed by Wesley Alley (#15SecondScare) that is about to start a festival run. After seeing what...
A Dark Song

Film Review: ‘A Dark Song’ (2016)

Occult practice is rarely presented accurately on film, which typically regurgitates tropes from previous movies as well as imagery culled from various Satanic Panic...

’42 Counts’ is Terrifying and True: Short Film Review

Finding out that a horror movie is based on a true story gives me an immediate feeling of dread, because nothing is scarier than...
at granny's house

Granny’s Got Guts: A Review of ‘At Granny’s House’

2015’s At Granny’s House is an interesting and offbeat indie horror flick. Definitely a slow burn, the film focuses on Rebecca (Rachel Alig), an in-home...
4/20 Massacre

Film Review: ‘4/20 Massacre’ (2018)

I have to say that my expectations were pretty low going into 4/20 Massacre. I did absolutely no homework on the film, wanting to...
auditorium 6

It’s a Ghost Thing: Chris Stuckmann’s ‘Auditorium 6’ Review

Movies are my air. They're part of my DNA. To my knowledge, there hasn't been a single moment in my free-thinking life in which...
A QUIET PLACE

SXSW Review: ‘A Quiet Place’ Proves that PG-13 Can Be Terrifying

A Quiet Place had its world premiere at the 2018 SXSW Conference and Festivals. There are two common complaints from horror fans these days. The...

SXSW Review: ‘Hereditary’ is Brilliantly Horrifying

Director Ari Aster's feature debut, Hereditary, had its world premiere at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival with additional screenings at the 2018 SXSW Conference and Festivals....
Unfriended Dark Web SXSW

SXSW Review: ‘Unfriended: Dark Web’ World Premiere

Leading up to the 2018 SXSW Conference and Festivals, an untitled film produced by Jason Blum (of the powerhouse horror production company Blumhouse) was...
demon house

Go Inside the ‘Demon House’ with Zak Bagans, if you dare (Review)

The highly anticipated documentary Demon House from paranormal investigator and host of Travel Channel’s Ghost Adventures, Zak Bagans, is being released on VOD and...
ravenous

Netflix’s ‘Ravenous’ is a Special Type of Zombie Film (Review)

When you're telling a story that's been relayed more times than you can count, the words tend to fall upon deaf ears. Folks tire...
Evil Dead

Ash vs Evil Dead Review: S3E2 — Booth Three

There’s something to be said for the situations and dialogue provided by Ash vs Evil Dead’s writing squadron, a team that consistently provides a...
veronica

Review: Veronica (2017) Finds Success in the Details

Possession films are a hard thing to get right. After 1973, it was inevitable that every title in the horror subgenre would draw comparisons...
the lullaby

‘The Lullaby’ is a Dull Melody (Review)

The Lullaby is a South African horror film from director Darrell Roodt, and it boasts an interesting concept. Nineteen-year-old Chloe returns to her hometown...