Exclusive Interview: Writer-Director Lowell Dean Talks Another Wolfcop

Wolfcop burst onto the scene back in 2014 with a hairy, masculine, balls-to-the-wall crazy energy, like the bastard child of Todd and the Book of Pure Evil and An...
Craig muMs Grant

Exclusive Interview: Craig muMs Grant Talks Hover

Craig muMs Grant is an accomplished actor, poet and playwright. Perhaps best known for his role in HBO’s Oz, he has an impressive resume that spans numerous productions. Grant...

Exclusive Interview: Hover Director Matt Osterman

Wicked Horror recently had the occasion to sit down with director Matt Osterman to discuss his new film, Hover. We got the lowdown from the director on the use of drones...

Frightfest 2018 Lineup Includes Summer of 84, Upgrade, Puppetmaster: The Littlest Reich!

Frightfest is back for another blood-soaked year, its 19th(!), returning to home turf the Cineworld Leciester Square (formerly the Empire, RIP) and the illustrious Prince Charles Cinema (AKA the...
Poltergeist

How Poltergeist Destroyed the American Dream (And Why That’s Great)

Filmmakers in the 1980s had a serious obsession with the American dream. Part of it, I think, was due to the fetish-like obsession with ‘50s Americana. People wanted a very Norman...

Exclusive Interview: Bailee Madison Talks The Strangers: Prey At Night

Bailee Madison is no stranger to the horror genre. The 18 year-old actress has fought off monsters in Don’t be Afraid of the Dark, ran from creepy dolls in...
Halloween

Every Easter Egg and Reference in the Halloween Trailer Broken Down

Fans are still riding the high of that Halloween trailer. It’s a stunning look at a movie that, for people who love horror, feels like an event. Halloween is...
Sleepy Hollow

Why Sleepy Hollow Should be Remembered as One of Tim Burton’s Best

Almost everything Tim Burton has done in his career has been influenced by Gothic horror. His influences stretch back from the Hammer era to silent classics like The Cabinet...

Album Review: Prequelle is Ghost at Their Finest

On June 1st, Sweden’s occult rock hero’s Ghost released their 4th album entitled Prequelle to mostly favorable reviews and fan approval. As of this writing Prequelle is hitting the Top 10 in album charts in...
Ghost

Event Report: Ghost Haunts Columbus, Ohio

Whether you love or hate the band Ghost they have their legion of fans and a Grammy win in their corner so they must be doing something right. Ghost has...
MegaCon

Event Recap: MegaCon 2018

Last year’s MegaCon was among the most enjoyable I’ve ever attended. Much of that was, of course, due to the events, the guests, and the overall planning from the...
Hammer Horror Films

Five of the Most Overlooked Hammer Horror Movies

After the Universal era of horror movies through the 1930's and '40's, the genre began to die out and was replaced by science fiction. It looked like horror was all...
Jacob's Ladder

Jacob’s Ladder and the Process of Dying

Jacob's Ladder, released in 1990, puzzled audiences and critics. Dealing with complicated issues of loss, grief, paranoia, hallucinations, death, and rebirth, the film demands multiple viewings to be fully...
Night of the Creeps

How Night of the Creeps Revitalized the ’50s Monster Movie

During the 1980s, there were a lot of films that tried to recapture the spirit of the 1950s monster movie. They weren’t just limited to horror either. Everything from Gremlins...
Martin

Why One of George Romero’s Best Pictures isn’t Even a Zombie Film

The name George Romero is synonymous with the zombie sub-genre. His first feature, Night of the Living Dead, was absolutely groundbreaking. It changed the game in a lot of...