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...

‘SockMonster’ Brings The Horror In Just 4 Minutes

SockMonster is a short horror film written and directed by Wesley Alley (#15SecondScare) that is about to start a festival run. After seeing what...
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Music Review: BRZOWSKI Solo Album ‘Enmityville’

Although it has been five years since BRZOWSKI released a solo album, that doesn't mean the Maine lyricist hasn't stayed busy. In the fall...
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Stranger Things 2 is Totally Tubular (Review)

Stranger Things 2 has officially arrived on Netflix for your binging enjoyment, so you better just get used to hearing about the series from...

Chocolate Strawberry Vanilla (2014): We All Scream for Ice Cream

Meet Warren Thompson. He’s a mild mannered, socially inept ice cream vendor who likes nothing more than peddling his 3 favourite ice cream flavors...
The Similars

The Similars (Los Parecidos, 2016) is a Must-See Modern Twilight Zone

In life, I tend to hate surprises. Surprise birthday parties? Get these people out of my house. Surprise pregnancies? Dat baby don't look like...
little evil

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...
the ritual

‘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...

Anna (2017) Horror Film Review: Horrifyingly Heartbreaking

Although zombies can be pretty cool, I definitely would never want to be one. There's absolutely no perks to being a zombie, unlike a...
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Secret Santa (2017) Review: A Nearly Perfect Holiday Horror Film

My mom loves Christmas. She loves it so much that she usually starts listening to Christmas music in July, begins decorating November first, and...

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....
Speak No Evil

Comic Review: ‘Speak No Evil’ Issue #2 from Gray Bear Comics

Gray Bear Comics has released Issue #2 of their Lovecraftian horror comic series Speak No Evil. I absolutely loved Issue #1, which introduced us...
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...

Holiday Fear (2017) Horror Film Review

Christmas is just around the corner and I love indulging in holiday horror films. They're always fun, fill you with the Christmas spirit, and...

SXSW 2017: ’68 Kill’ is Brilliantly, Utterly Insane

When I discovered that Trent Haaga was premiering a "punk-rock romantic comedy" film at SXSW Conferences and Festivals this year, I immediately added it to my must-watch...
resolution

While You’re Waiting to See ‘The Endless’, Check out ‘Resolution’ From Filmmakers Justin Benson...

I recently had the chance to review the highly praised science fiction horror thriller, The Endless, that's been making headlines after being picked up...
The Eyrie

‘The Eyrie’ Review: An Absolutely Terrifying Graphic Novel

The Eyrie is a graphic novel from writer Thom Burgess, and his second published horror story. The first was the critically acclaimed horror comic Malevolents...
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Ghost Island (2017) Horror Comic Review

Ghost Island is a new black and white paranormal thriller, and it's scary as hell! Comic books are alive and well, and thanks to the...
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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,...

The Babyface Killer (2017) Horror Movie Review

Tragedy and loss can make people do stuff they wouldn't normally do. It can turn us into different people and sometimes there's no turning...