Blind Sun

Blind Sun (2016) is a Stellar Debut for Joyce A. Nashawati

February is Women in Horror Month and Shudder (AMC’s horror streaming service) is celebrating with “A Woman’s Touch,” a brand new collection of films...
out of my mind

Out of My Mind (2016) Short Film Review

Women in Horror Month continues as we review Out of My Mind, the 2016 short horror film from director Cindy Maples! Her film tells...
santa clarita diet

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...

Antibirth (2016) is an Indie Genre Blend to get High on

Going into Antibirth, I knew nothing of the film other than that it was recently added to Netflix and that it starred the always-wonderful...
HEAD

HEAD (2015) Review: A Unique Homage to 80’s Slashers

Just when you think you've seen it all, there's always going to be a film that challenges the norm and presents you with a...

Ouija: Origin of Evil (2016) – Proving PG-13 Movies Can Bring Genuine Scares

Sequels to horror movies happen more often than not. Studios try to carry on the legacy, but rarely do they live up to the...
beware the slenderman

Beware the Slenderman: An Engrossing, Revealing Look into a Heinous Crime

The following is a review for the HBO documentary, Beware the Slenderman. Around 2012 or so, I was introduced to a game called Slender. It...
killer date

Killer Date (2016 Horror Short): Be Careful For What You Wish For

Internet dating has been popular for the last decade or so. Although there is still a slight stigma about it, it's become a convenient...
Hada

Hada (2015): A Fresh and Terrifying Short Horror Film

Horror shorts are getting more attention these days. With the success of Lights Out and The Babadook, filmmakers are able to use shorts to...

KAL – The Clown: Never Mess Around With A Puppet Clown

"What's the matter, kid? Don't you like clowns? Why? Don't we make you laugh? Aren't we fuckin' funny?" Sorry Captain Spaulding, I've never been...
Greetings from Barker Marsh

Book Review: ‘Greetings from Barker Marsh’ (2016) by Tyson Hanks

As much as I love a good book, it seems that finding time to read these days is near impossible. Sadly, I went all...
Paranormal Pals

Paranormal Pals (2017) Pilot Review: Ghosts are Real

Going into Paranormal Pals, a supernatural comedy series created by Jesse Gouldsbury and Jon Weiss, I hadn't the faintest idea what to expect. A...
Motivational Growth

Revisiting the Bathroom: A Look Back at Motivational Growth (2013)

Ian Folivor (Adrian DiGiovanni) is not living the dream. He is a moping, unwashed, unhealthy mess who hasn’t left his apartment for months, maybe...
Neon Demon

The Neon Demon (2016) Review

I just finished watching The Neon Demon, written and directed by Nicolas Winding Refn (Drive).  I made a list of all the films I...
We Are The Flesh

We Are the Flesh (2016) Review: All Shock, No Substance

We Are the Flesh, writer/director Emiliano Rocha Minter's debut feature, is the film equivalent of being all dressed up with nowhere to go. The...

‘Agatha’ (2016) is a Deliciously Disturbing Short Film

I've loved horror movies ever since I was a little girl, but rarely do I get frightened or jump away from the screen. It's...
I Am Not A Serial Killer

I Am Not a Serial Killer (2016) is a Powerful and Eerie Experience

Based on the novel by Dan Wells, I Am Not a Serial Killer is a slow-burner that'll get underneath your skin.  The film revolves...
The Monster

The Monster (2016) Review: Emotionally Powerful and Scary as Hell

It's a shame that I didn't catch The Monster in 2016, as it would have most certainly been atop my list of favorite horror...
The Autopsy of Jane Doe

The Autopsy of Jane Doe (2016) Review: For Whom the Bell Tolls

2016 has been an incredible year for horror. Apart from a few duds, films such as Green Room, The Witch, Don't Breathe, and Lights...
The Forest of Lost Souls

The Forest of Lost Souls (2017) is a Beautiful, Unconventional Slowburn

The Forest of Lost Souls, written and directed by José Pedro Lopes, is not the type of film I was expecting it to be. This...