They Look Like People (2015) – Film Review

As much as I love the horror genre overall, I have a special fondness for low and micro budget indie films. Admittedly, I am...
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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...

Cabin Fever: How To Fail At Remakes Vol:2

I distinctly remember going to see Cabin Fever in theaters back in 2003. I was 17 years old and I was hanging out with...

The Wicked One (2017): Ain’t No Rest for This Wickedly Brutal Slasher Story

Sometimes people just snap. It's as if the madness takes them over and the person they once were is completely gone. This can be...
Blood & Gourd

Blood & Gourd – Comic Book Series Review

Blood & Gourd is a comic book series, created by Jenz K. Lund and D.H. Shultis, that is being produced by indie publisher Dead...
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The Madame in Black (2017) Short Horror Film Review

The Madame in Black is a new horror short from Swedish writer/director Jarno Lee Vinsencius that tells the story of siblings Alex and Emma as...
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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...

The Conjuring 2 (2016) – Film Review

After the release of James Wan’s The Conjuring in 2013, it was hailed as one of the best modern horror movies and became one...
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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...
Breakfast

Guess Who’s Not Coming to Breakfast, Lunch or Dinner? (2015) – Short Film Review

Ah, the ‘50s. Back in the middle of the last century, we felt absolutely safe and maybe even a little bit naive. We still...
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...
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Is Santa Clarita Diet (2017) Worth Digesting?

Netflix has proven themselves time and again with consistently great original content. The company's latest series, Santa Clarita Diet, stars Scream franchise alums Drew...
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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...

Happenstance (2016 Short Film) – Review

Every once in a while, unexpected things happen in life. What you see isn't always what you get. When I went to bed at four...
The Girl, The Mother and The Demons

‘The Girl, the Mother and the Demons’ Review (Worldfest 2017 Premiere)

While covering the 50th Annual WorldFest-Houston film festival this weekend, I had the privilege of attending the US premiere of the brilliant Swedish film: The Girl,...
Knuckle Supper

Book Review: ‘Knuckle Supper’ Refreshes the Vampire Genre

I have read my share of vampire novels over the years. While there are some great stories told through the eyes of blood suckers,...
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Worldfest Film Festival 2017: Drama Short Film Reviews

Continuing my coverage of the 50th Annual WorldFest-Houston film festival, here are reviews for six drama short films that recently screened: The Light in the Afternoon (d: David Steiner), Gifted...
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‘Pet’ (2016) Film Review

When I was a kid, there was this great song by Jane's Addiction off-shoot, Pornos for Pyros, called "Pets," which posited what might happen...

“Chapter 4” – American Horror Story Season 6 Episode Recap

Another week, another episode of American Horror Story Season 6! But what all did "Chapter 4" entail? Well, let's find out! Beware, there will be...
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Gerald’s Game (2017) Review: The Year of King Continues

It's been quite the year for Stephen King. Between book releases, owning the internet, and seeing two mammoth adaptations brought to the big screen,...