• Exclusive Interview: The Twisted Twins Talk See No Evil 2

    The Twisted Twins burst onto the scene with their micro budget debut feature Dead Hooker in a Trunk and followed it up with their impressive sophomore effort American Mary. Their latest film See No Evil 2 is poised to hit VOD tomorrow and will be available on DVD and Blu-ray on October 21st.  The ladies were good enough to take a break from their busy schedule to speak with us about their new film. We got the lowdown on their experience working within [...]

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  • Top Ten Wes Craven Movies

    Wes Craven is one of the major maestros of the horror genre, having provided it with two of its most lucrative franchises (Nightmare on Elm Street and Scream) as well as some grindhouse classics (The Last House on the Left, The Hills Have Eyes) and underrated, innovative gems (Wes Craven’s New Nightmare, The Serpent and the Rainbow). He’s had a wide range of movies and some misses as well as some hits, but it has all made for a pretty [...]

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  • Exclusive Interview Peter Stormare on Autumn Blood

    Peter Stormare is one of the busiest and most successful character actors working today. He is exceptionally versatile, having taken on roles across all genres and is always looking for diversity in the roles he chooses as well as career longevity. He has been in hundreds of films; including Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters, Bad Milo, Fargo, Constantine, and 2001 Maniacs. His latest feature, Autumn Blood (review) is arriving on DVD October 21st. We had a chance to speak with Stormare about Autumn Blood and why he was so eager to work on a film with [...]

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  • Deliver Us From Evil – Movie Review

    Based on true events, Deliver Us from Evil is the latest horror movie from “Sinister” director Scott Derrickson. With Sinister being up there as one of my favorite horror movies ever (while also loving The Exorcism of Emily Rose), I had high hopes for Derrickson’s next horror installment. Ralph Sarchie (Eric Bana- Star Trek 2009, Lone Survivor) is a family man and police sergeant in New York City assigned to the Special Operations division. Known for his “radar” sense, Sarchie [...]

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  • My Top Five Horror Movies of 2014 So Far!

    For almost a decade, it’s seemed as if horror movies were only great on opposite years. 2007, 2009, 2011 and 2013 were all fantastic years for genre films while the years in between them seemed to lag. And with how slow 2012 was and how great 2013 was for genre movies, I naturally expected 2014 to be a bit slow. I could not be happier that I am so wrong. Because 2014 has been great so far and there have [...]

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  • Exclusive Interview – Adelaide Kane of The Devil’s Hand

    We recently spoke with Adelaide Kane regarding her new film The Devil’s Hand which hits select theaters and VOD platforms today! Kane discusses the frightening nature of religious extremism, the film’s dark tone, why North Carolina is creepy, and how she absolutely cannot stand watching horror films. Kane stars in The Devil’s Hand alongside Rufus Sewell (Dark City),  Jennifer Carpenter (Dexter), and Alycia Debnam Carey (Into the Storm). The film is directed by Christian E. Christiansen (The Roommate) and written by Karl Mueller (Mr. Jones). The Devil’s Hand centers around [...]

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Funny Horror Memes

The Starbucks Obsession…

Bloody starbucks franchises pop up everywhere.

We all feel like The Walking Dead at times and coffee can indeed perk us up, but the Starbucks obsession needs to calm down. You can make coffee at home did you know? The horror! WICKED RATING: 4/10  Love horror memes? Stay tuned for more at WickedHorror.com! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Walking_Dead_(TV_series) TV Series Stars: Andrew Lincoln, Jon Bernthal, Sarah Wayne Callies Year: 2010+ Studio/ Production Co: American Movie Classics (AMC), Circle of Confusion, Valhalla Motion Language: English Length: 44mins Sub-Genre: Drama, Thriller Share The Horror

Classic Horror

“What happened is true” Revisiting The Texas Chainsaw Massacre

The popular Texas Chainsaw Massacre movie directed by Tobe Hooper.

In some ways, The Texas Chain Saw Massacre is the first modern horror movie. In some even deeper ways, it may be possible to consider it as the first modern movie. The Texas Chain Saw Massacre is the death of old Hollywood. It’s the destruction of the studio system, of the rules, and really of structure of any kind. It doesn’t look like a movie. It looks like a straightforward portrayal of madness. You look at the film and you [...]


Remake Comparison – Halloween- Carpenter Vs Zombie

Michael Myers who is the infamous character in the popular Halloween movies. The original was directed by John Carpenter and the remake Rob Zombie.

Comparing these two movies is interesting because despite telling the same basic story, they could not be more different. The two movies are made by completely different filmmakers with completely different styles. Both movies here have their fans. But when stacked up against each other, how do they fare? How does Rob Zombie’s Halloween compare to the original? Let’s take a look. JOHN CARPENTER’S HALLOWEEN Carpenter’s Halloween is a masterpiece. It’s a simple story, but it’s one of the most [...]

Funny Horror Memes

Lecter Lust – The Dr Would Like To See You

Anthony Hopkins who played the iconic cannibal Dr in the popular movies Hannibal, Red Dragon and The Silence of The Lambs.

Maybe one person you wouldn’t want to take a fancy to you is Dr Hannibal Lecter. Unless you wouldn’t mind being sautéed with some with shallots in butter and fed your own brain. WICKED RATING: 6/10  Love horror memes? Stay tuned for more at WickedHorror.com! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hannibal_Lecter Share The Horror


Check Out the Opening Scene from Summer of Blood Here

Poster for Summer of Blood.

Summer of Blood is absolutely hilarious from start to finish. We have the opening scene for you to take a look at after the break. Come inside for your first look at this newly debuted clip. Onur Tukel’s (interview) new film Summer of Blood (review) follows Erik, a lazy, delusional, pompous creep who has been dealt a much better lot in life than he deserves. When his attractive, young girlfriend proposes to him, he turns her down and is subsequently put out on his [...]


New Saw Poster Lands for Theatrical Re-Release

New Saw poster.

Each week in October will see the release of a new round of re-designed theatrical art for the forthcoming re-release of Saw. Come inside and check it out after the jump. This marks the third of five limited-edition collectable posters that will be debut weekly, leading up to the 10 year anniversary re-release of James Wan’s Saw. LionsGate is providing theater goers a chance to get their hands on a copy of this NEW poster at participating AMC, Regal, Cinemark, and Carmike cinemas. With the theatrical re-release of Saw, a whole new generation of [...]


Exclusive Interview – Onur Tukel on Summer of Blood

Poster for the Onur Tukel horror comedy Summer of Blood.

Onur Tukel took the time to speak with us about his hilarious new horror comedy Summer of Blood (review). He opened up to us about observing the delicate balance between horror and comedy, how he based certain aspects of his lead character on himself, and  also discussed how he was able to deliver a well-made film on a micro budget. Tukel’s new film Summer of Blood follows Erik, a lazy, delusional, pompous creep who has been dealt a much better lot in life than he [...]

Horror Movie Reviews

See No Evil 2 Review

Blu-ray box cover for Jen Soska and Sylvia Soska's See No Evil 2.

See No Evil 2 directly follows the events of the first See No Evil picture. Jacob Goodnight is taken to the city morgue where he subsequently rises from the dead and begins another killing spree. This time, his victims include a medical student working in the morgue (Danielle Harris) and a group of her friends that show up to surprise her for her birthday. Jen and Sylvia Soska take the directorial reins on this second outing in the See No Evil franchise. And they do so [...]

Horror Movie Reviews

Remake Comparison: Fright Night 1985 Vs Fright Night 2011

The original 1985 Fright Night movie directed by Tom Holland.

These two films are interesting and relatively easy to compare because, while they follow the same plot, they are fundamentally different movies. The original Fright Night and the 2011 remake are about completely different things. Ultimately, that may end up working in their favor, allowing for a little breathing room and allowing both films to stand on their own. While the remake has a lot of great points of its own to make (and is at its best while doing [...]

Horror Movie Reviews

Review – Bryan Bertino’s Mockingbird

Poster for Mockingbird

Mockingbird is a film that has sort of slid under the radar. We haven’t really covered it here at Wicked Horror and probably would have missed it all together if I hadn’t gotten an e-mail from a BlumHouse publicist offering a screener for review. It’s unfortunate that we haven’t given this title more play on the site because it is really quite excellent. Aside from a few shortcomings, I was very pleased with the film as a whole. The film finds four different [...]