Ana Asensio Most Beautiful Island

SXSW 2017: ‘Most Beautiful Island’ is a Relevant, Thought Provoking Thriller

One of the most anticipated film premieres during this year’s SXSW Conferences and Festivals was Ana Asensio’s Most Beautiful Island. Asensio not only directed the film,...
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‘OFFENSIVE’ (2017) is Brutally Fantastic (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 brutal UK film, OFFENSIVE. "A retired couple,...
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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...
White Willow

‘White Willow’ Short Horror Film Review

With a run time of two minutes, White Willow has only one star, Emily Lamberski, who doesn't say a single word. There is no backstory or explanation...

Pool Party Massacre (2017): A fun Tale of Blood, Boobs and Beer!

I love 80's horror, especially slasher films. There's something about the subgenre that allows you to relax and take a step back from 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....
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‘The Devil’s Candy’ is the Sweetest Candy of all (Review)

Horror is diverse and fear is subjective. The things that scare you may not elicit the same type of fright from someone else, and...
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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...
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IT (2017) Shines With Humor, Heart and Horror (Review)

Since the record-breaking trailer released earlier this year, there's been an enormous amount of hype for Andy Muschietti's big-screen adaptation of IT, based on...

The Banishing (2013) – Horror Short Review

When I launched Shudder on my Roku over the weekend, I was recommended the Autumn Winds Blow curated horror movie collection. It just so...
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Capture Kill Release (2017) Horrifyingly Brilliant, Found Footage Gold

It's kind of crazy how we're only 3 months into the new year, yet 2017 has delivered many superb horror movies already. I can't count how...

’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...
Chicago Rot

‘Chicago Rot’ (2017) Review: Revenge is Dish Served Bloody

Chicago Rot was written and directed by Dorian Weinzimmer and co-written by Brant McCrea. Set in a downtrodden area of Chicago, the film stars McCrea, Shira Barber, and...
Monsters

‘Monsters’ Short Film Review (Comicpalooza 2017)

Monsters is a short horror film written and directed by Steve Desmond and co-written by Michael Anthony Sherman. It screened at the Comicpalooza Film Festival in Houston,...
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,...
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...
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‘Death Note’ is a Binge-Worthy Anime Series

I may be a HorrorGeek girl, but I'm not one that is typically big into anime... well, that is, until recently. I was browsing Hulu...
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‘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...
Assignment

Film Review for Walter Hill’s ‘The Assignment’ (2017)

The idea for the revenge thriller film The Assignment has been around since the late 70's, when director Walter Hill received a draft of Tomboy...
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Netflix’s ‘Little Evil’ is big on Laughs and Heart (Review)

Way back in 2010, Eli Craig exploded onto the horror scene with Tucker & Dale vs. Evil, the highly revered horror comedy that became...