The Walking Dead Mid-Season Finale Recap: “Hearts Still Beating”

We've come to another mid-season finale of The Walking Dead! The episode, titled "Hearts Still Beating" picked up at the precise moment in which...

‘Never Open the Door’ Review: A Black and White Breath of Fresh Air

  Never Open the Door is the new horror film from Maltauro Entertainment in association with Baumant Entertainment.  The flick hit Amazon Prime, Google Play...

I Was a Teenage Wereskunk (2016): It Will Scare the Smell Out of You!

Everyone loves a fun horror comedy, depending on how it's executed. It's important to have the right mix of horror and comedy, as lacking...
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‘Dead All Night’ Review: A Violent and Action-Packed Short Film

Although the film Dead All Night clocks in at 27 minutes, believe me when I say that time is the only thing it's short...

‘The Barn’ (2016): A New Halloween Tradition

Over the past couple years, my love for indie horror has grown immensely. There's something magical and respectable about creating an original story without...

The Walking Dead Episode 7 Recap: “Sing Me a Song”

THIS is the episode I needed from Negan. The Walking Dead delivered its greatest episode of the season thus far with "Sing Me a...

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 Walking Dead Recap: Tara and Heath Return in “Swear”

It feels like a really long time since we last saw Tara and Heath on The Walking Dead. Though the show has only progressed...
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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...

The Walking Dead Recap: “Go Getters” sets Maggie’s Future in Motion

Fresh off a 90-minute episode that saw the Saviors raid Alexandria while Negan asserted his dominance over Rick, "Go Getters" finds The Walking Dead...

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...

American Horror Story “Chapter 10” Episode Recap

Tonight is the Season 6 finale of American Horror Story. Seems too soon, doesn't it? This season has been packed full of craziness, with shocks...

The Walking Dead Recap: Negan Visits Alexandria in “Service”

"Little pig, little pig. Let... me... in." The Walking Dead returned this week with "Service", the fourth episode of an excellent seventh season. Stretched...

American Horror Story “Chapter 9” Episode Recap

"The blood moon is coming!" Season 6 has been crazy and has shown that it's not afraid to kill off popular characters/actors within the...

Carnage Park (2016) Review: Mickey Keating’s Love Letter to Pulp

Writer/Director Mickey Keating is a force to be reckoned with in the horror genre. Several months ago, I was blown away by his film, Darling,...

‘Happy Hunting’ (2016) is a Visually Stunning and Gritty Thriller

"Tradition...without it we're nothing." The independent feature film Happy Hunting explores how far people are willing to go to keep tradition alive. Happy Hunting follows...

The Walking Dead – “The Cell” Recap: Lucille is a Stickler for the Rules

Last week, The Walking Dead introduced us to King Ezekiel, his Kingdom, and his lovely tiger, Shiva. The majority of that episode was tonally...
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‘Volumes of Blood: Horror Stories’ Is A Goretastic Anthology

Horror anthology Volumes of Blood: Horror Stories asks the question: "How many stories does your house have?" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sq9DLuFVO2g&feature=youtu.be After 2015's Volumes of Blood was met with mostly...

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...
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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...