American Horror Story “Chapter 7” Episode Recap

After last week, I couldn't wait for American Horror Story "Chapter 7". Each week has been increasingly more wicked and bloodier, which proves to me...
Alien Covenant

Ridley Scott’s ‘Alien: Covenant’ (2017) Review

In the five years since its successful, yet polarizing, release, Prometheus has become one of those movies that sparks endless internet debates. The central...
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....
brawl in cell block 99

‘Brawl In Cell Block 99’ is Genre Violence at its Graphic Best (Review)

S. Craig Zahler is an attention demanding director. The phenomenal 2015 genre mashup Bone Tomahawk marked his debut behind the camera, and with his...

In Defense of Yoga Hosers (2016), Kevin Smith’s Late Night Marvel

It's no secret that Yoga Hosers, the 2nd film of Kevin Smith's True North trilogy, has been met with particularly scathing reviews by critics...

The Sublet (2016) Review: Psychologically Unnerving Horror

The independent film The Sublet, from Black Fawn Films and Breakthrough Entertainment, was directed by John Ainslie, best known for penning 2007's Jack Brooks: Monster...

Review: ‘The Cured’ is the Zombie Film We Need Right Now

There's no denying that zombie films are one of the most popular sub-genres in horror today. Over the last few years alone, the undead...
Phantasm Ravager

Phantasm: RaVager (2016)- “You play a good game, boy…”

...but the game is finished, now you die! In an age where original, iconic horror films seem to be getting fewer and further between, sometimes...
We Are The Flesh

We Are the Flesh (2016) Review: All Shock, No Substance

We Are the Flesh, writer/director Emiliano Rocha Minter's debut feature, is the film equivalent of being all dressed up with nowhere to go. The...
shattered

Shattered (2017) Short Film Review

A grieving mother takes matters into her own hands in Shattered, the short film directed by Mikel Ledesma. The short follows Rose (Scarlette Martin), the...

Behind the Mirror (2015) Review: A Compelling Descent Into Madness

Behind the Mirror is a compelling story about a good man who always tries to do the right thing, even as he descends into...
killer date

Killer Date (2016 Horror Short): Be Careful For What You Wish For

Internet dating has been popular for the last decade or so. Although there is still a slight stigma about it, it's become a convenient...

Flytrap (2016) – Sci-fi Thriller Indie Film Review

If David Cronenberg was funded a low budget and asked to make a science fiction thriller that doubles as a love story, I imagine...
cult of chucky

‘Cult of Chucky’ Trailer is Glorious Mayhem

Cult of Chucky has steadily moved through production, with cast and crew giving us updates along the way. Now, the trailer has finally dropped,...
Close Calls

Film Review for the Psychological Horror ‘Close Calls’

At first glance, Close Calls has a familiar premise. Morgan (Jordan Phipps), a girl with a history of drug use is grounded by her...
One Night of Fear

One Night of Fear (2016) Review: An Old School Slasher

One Night of Fear is the new slasher film from director Brian Troxell (Spare the Rod, Deep Seeded, Intrusive Behavior).  It premiers on Video...
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...

American Horror Story “Chapter 8” Episode Recap

With each passing Wednesday, American Horror Story Season 6 has delivered exciting episodes for its fans. For the first time, they decided to do...
Narkilleptic

‘Narkilleptic’ Review: A Fantastically Odd Dark Comedy

Recently at Comicpalooza in Houston, I had a chance to catch several great short films, including Corporate by Joseph Cox and Average Joe Films. Since...
the ritual

‘The Ritual’ is an Early Contender for 2018’s Best Horror Film (Review)

The Ritual, Netflix's latest original film, tells the story of four friends on a hike through the magnificent landscape of a Swedish forest as...