‘Dead Shack’ is a Bloody Good Time (Review)

We saw so many great films hit the festival circuit last year, with Dead Shack being one of them. After all of the positive reviews,...
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WiHM Review: ‘Tragedy Girls’ Sets a new Standard for Slasher Comedies

In December of 1996, Wes Craven's Scream changed the way filmmakers looked at slasher films, as it broadened the scope of all that could...
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Road Trip (2018) Short Film Review

Road Trip is a short horror film installment in the AO-Terror-OA horror anthology web series. If you’re interested enough in short films to have...
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Failing Grace (2018) Film Review

Failing Grace comes from Concept Media and the team behind Don't Fuck in the Woods. Maggie Novak lives with her younger sister Grace. Five...

The Swamp Runs Red Again in Adam Green’s ‘Victor Crowley’ (Review)

Last August, an L.A. theater full of fans thought they were going to watch Adam Green’s Hatchet as part of the film’s 10th anniversary....
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‘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...

‘The Incantation’ (2017) Attempts to Invoke Evil (Film Review)

Featuring stunning landscapes, ominous castles and shot entirely on location in France, The Incantation is Jude S. Walko’s directorial debut. The film is also...
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Escape Room (2017) is an Intense Love Letter to Horror

Despite all of its benefits, success can be a burden. While it's undeniably rewarding to be successful, it's psychologically tormenting to see that success...
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‘The Cloverfield Paradox’ is all About Surprises, Until it isn’t (Review)

Never in the history of my cinema-loving existence has a film announcement been so instantly gratifying. Not only did the first trailer for the...

The Daughters of Virtue (2017) Short Horror Film Review

Horror and religion have gone hand in hand in film since the beginning of the genre, especially when it shows religion going to the...
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The Open House (2018) Isn’t Worth Attending (Review)

The Open House, a Netflix original film, premiered on the streaming service in January, bringing with it a bit of internet fuss over the allegedly...

‘Found Footage 3D’ (2016) Horror Review

I’m a big fan of what horror streaming service Shudder is doing lately. They curate great horror movies & TV shows you’ve never heard...
Murder Made Easy

‘Murder Made Easy’ (2017) serves up a bloody delicious mystery

Murder is on the menu in Murder Made Easy, the first feature length film from director David Palamaro. Written by Tim Davis, also known...
the devil's candy

‘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...

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...
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...
scraps

Scraps (2017) is a Horror Short Worthy of a Full Length Feature

Scraps is a new short horror film written by actor/producer/writer Jordan Gray, also known for Bite (2015) and The Guest (2013). The tantalizing short...
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Rock Paper Dead (2018) Review

Throughout his lengthy career, Tom Holland has established himself as a horror legend. In addition to writing and directing the original Fright Night (Which...

The Watcher of Park Ave (2017) – A Delightfully Fun Horror Mystery

As most people know I'm a long time fan of the A Nightmare on Elm Street franchise and forever a Freddy girl. So you...
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‘The End of the F***ing World’ is Sweet, Psychotic, Mandatory Viewing

The End of the F***ing World began worldwide streaming on Netflix this weekend after first premiering on Channel 4 back in October. The British...