Mortal Remains

‘Mortal Remains’ Review: Do You Remember Karl Atticus?

Mark Ricche and Christian Stavrakis are present-day documentary film directors determined to discover everything they can about Karl Atticus, an eccentric and extreme yet...
sun choke

We Need to Talk About ‘Sun Choke’

There are 1,792,064 movies made each year- an untrue fact that justifies missing great movies for long stretches of time. The number's off, but...
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Better Watch Out (2017) Review: These Kids Just Made the Naughty List

Perhaps it's hypocritical, but whereas I'm totally against stores putting out Christmas merchandise before Halloween, I'm all for horror movies that center around the...
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,...

Review: ‘Stranger Things’ App Turns Mobile Gaming Upside Down

Stranger Things, the mega popular Netflix TV show, drew much of its influences from pop culture of the 1980’s, so it should come as...
cult of chucky

Cult of Chucky (2017) Review: Chucky’s Back and Better Than Ever

Well folks, it’s finally here. The SEVENTH installment of the Child’s Play franchise is available to purchase on Blu-ray and stream on Netflix. It’s...

Jackals (2017) Review: Cult Horror Film Drinks the Same old Kool-Aid

With the exception of fresh, trope-smashing horror films like You're Next, recent home invasion flicks tend to settle for similarity rather than striving for...
gerald's game

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,...

Mannequin (2017) Horror Film Review

Whenever I receive a package that I wasn't expecting, my first initial thought always goes to Brad Pitt's scene at the end of Seven....
it comes at night

It Comes at Night (2017) Finds Horror in Humanity

The following review contains spoilers for It Comes at Night. If you've been on the internet in recent months, you're likely aware of the hate...
WHERE IS IT

WHERE IS IT (2017) Short Film Review

I grew up hearing that breaking a mirror equals seven years of bad luck. If memory serves me correctly, I've broken three in my...

Leatherface (2017) is an Unnecessary but Entertaining Prequel

Tobe Hooper's The Texas Chain Saw Massacre is considered to be one of the greatest horror films ever made, and its follow-up, The Texas...
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The Houses October Built 2 (2017) is a Superior Horror Sequel

I'm a big fan of 2014's The Houses October Built. As someone who loves the Fall season, and especially Halloween, the focus on extreme...
mother!

Review- Darren Aronofsky’s ‘mother!’ (2017)

After the underwhelming Noah, it came as a relief to hear the next film from Darren Aronofsky would be a horror film staring Jennifer...
Messaged Received

Message Received- Short Film Review

When it comes to making short films, there is a lot that you have to be able to cram into an entire movie within...
Ghost Island 2

Ghost Island #2 (2017) Horror Comic Review

Imagine Jurassic Park, but with ghosts. That's the premise for Ghost Island, and it's dark, surprising, and loads of fun. We reviewed issue one...
betsy

Betsy (2017) Review: Character-Driven Werewolf Flick Lacks Bite

Betsy is an independent werewolf horror film helmed by Shawn Burkett, director of the widely sought-after Don't Fuck in the Woods. Betsy, the titular...
it review

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...

Friday the 13th Part 3: The Memoriam Documentary (Review)

Nostalgia isn’t a strong enough word for those who voraciously consume the horror genre. Yearning dwells deep within all of us for cherished memories...
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The Atoning (2017) Review: Not Your Average Ghost Story

Melodrama and horror collide in The Atoning, the second feature from writer/director Michael Williams. The film follows a family of three- Vera, Ray, and...