Other Side of the Door

The Other Side of the Door (2016): Worth Looking Into

Coping with the loss of a child isn’t unheard of territory in horror films. I’m hard pressed to find any situation that can match...

Women in Horror Month Review: Dead Hooker in a Trunk (2009)

February is Women in Horror Month and Shudder is celebrating with “A Woman’s Touch,” a collection of films highlighting and honoring horror movies directed by...

Blood of the Tribades Review: Where Weird Meets Awesome

Blood of the Tribades is a dark, artsy, retro flick, with a modern aesthetic. It’s also incredibly weird. The story follows the descendants of Bathor...
circus of the dead

Circus of the Dead (2014) Film Review

Clowns are everywhere in horror movies nowadays. Ever since the announcement of Rob Zombie's 31, evil clowns have come out of the woodwork - not...

Women in Horror Month Review: My Sucky Teen Romance (2011)

February is Women in Horror Month and Shudder is celebrating with “A Woman’s Touch,” a brand new collection of films highlighting and honoring horror movies...
Vinyl Cape

Album Review: ‘The Glitter of Putrescence’ – Vinyl Cape

“It's a pleasure to be your entertainment in the last days of culture” Since coming together a few years ago, Vinyl Cape has been seamlessly...

The Walking Dead Recap: Negan Visits Alexandria in “Service”

"Little pig, little pig. Let... me... in." The Walking Dead returned this week with "Service", the fourth episode of an excellent seventh season. Stretched...

The Walking Dead Recap: “Go Getters” sets Maggie’s Future in Motion

Fresh off a 90-minute episode that saw the Saviors raid Alexandria while Negan asserted his dominance over Rick, "Go Getters" finds The Walking Dead...

The Walking Dead Recap: Tara and Heath Return in “Swear”

It feels like a really long time since we last saw Tara and Heath on The Walking Dead. Though the show has only progressed...

The Walking Dead Season Premiere: Did the Cliffhanger Have to end?

The following recap contains major spoilers about The Walking Dead season premiere. Pissing our pants yet? It seems like forever ago when The Walking Dead left us...

The Walking Dead Episode Recap: “The Well” Introduces a Larger World

Liars and tigers and cares, oh my! The Walking Dead returned tonight after a brutal season premiere last week, offering a stark contrast in tone....

The Walking Dead – “The Cell” Recap: Lucille is a Stickler for the Rules

Last week, The Walking Dead introduced us to King Ezekiel, his Kingdom, and his lovely tiger, Shiva. The majority of that episode was tonally...
Hell Town

Hell Town (2016) – “Horror Soap Opera” Film Review

Presented by Scream Queen Debbie Rochon (Return to Nuke 'Em High, Tromeo and Juliet), Hell Town is a unique slasher soap opera premiering on the...

The Walking Dead Mid-Season Finale Recap: “Hearts Still Beating”

We've come to another mid-season finale of The Walking Dead! The episode, titled "Hearts Still Beating" picked up at the precise moment in which...
Price of Bones

The Price of Bones (2016) – Psychological Horror Short Film Review

When I was recently presented with the opportunity to watch The Price of Bones, I was expecting a short film that shows the reality of...

The Walking Dead Episode 7 Recap: “Sing Me a Song”

THIS is the episode I needed from Negan. The Walking Dead delivered its greatest episode of the season thus far with "Sing Me a...
The Monster

The Monster (2016) Review: Emotionally Powerful and Scary as Hell

It's a shame that I didn't catch The Monster in 2016, as it would have most certainly been atop my list of favorite horror...
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XX (2017) is an Effective Showcase for Women in Horror

With Women in Horror Month in full swing, we're continuing our celebration of women in the genre that we love most. Perfectly timed in...

DEATHGASM (2015) – Film Review

Can we acknowledge for one second that New Zealand produces a superior brand of comedy horror films? Thank you. I've heard many excellent things...

Cured (2016 Horror Short) Explores Life After Infection

As a die-hard horror fan, I've seen the genre sneeze out more than a few films about pandemics and the terror that comes along...