Cut! David Banks Interview

Exclusive Interview–David Banks on CUT!

Wicked Horror caught up with David Banks, who plays Lane in the upcoming horror film CUT! Banks clued us in on playing both the hero and the villain in the same...
Starry Eyes

Alex Essoe Talks Starry Eyes (Exclusive)

Alex Essoe turned in one of the most arresting performances in a genre picture last year with her jarring portrayal of Sarah in Starry Eyes. She is ultra relatable and terrifying all...
Poster for John Carpenter's They Live

How They Live Bit Back At Yuppie Consumerism

They Live is the most overtly political film John Carpenter ever made, and that's saying something, as most of the director's work touches on politics to some degree. Everything about...
Poster for the David Cronenberg film Videodrome.

Long Live the New Flesh: How Videodrome Defined Body Horror

David Cronenberg’s Videodrome was very much a product of its era. It was made during a major boom in television, which was taking over and finally made it clear...
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New on Netflix

New on Netflix is a weekly feature appearing every Friday, listing all of the week’s newest additions to everyone’s favorite streaming service–and just in time for the weekend!  So...
Dracula 1931

Why The Original Dracula Doesn’t Hold Up

The Universal monster movies are generally known to be part of the foundation of classic horror. There’s no real point in arguing this fact. While they are obviously dated and...

Netflix Horror Spotlight: Zodiac (2007)

Netflix Horror Spotlight brings you Wicked Horror's top picks for what to watch on Netflix, whether it's the latest indie darling, a classic masterpiece or a silly slasher that...

Horrible Films For Horrible People: Blood Beach (1980)

Welcome to Horrible Films For Horrible People where I lash out on bad movies and then hate myself for watching them! This week I will be reviewing Blood Beach! Let’s dive...
Frankenstein vs. The Mummy

Director Damien Leone Talks Frankenstein vs. The Mummy

Frankenstein vs. The Mummy is an all-new independent horror film set for a Feb. 10 release that promises to bring together two of the biggest titans of terror in...
Lisa and Jack on the plane in Red Eye

Noteworthy Heroines of Horror: Lisa from Red Eye

A different kind of horror heroine from a different kind of horror movie. Of course, most would probably argue with me that Red Eye falls under the "thriller" category...
Turistas characters get a drink at the bar

Six Horror Films that Will Make You Appreciate Winter Weather

We are well into wintertime and currently in the middle of a major snowstorm on the east coast. So, when you're snowed in, possibly for days, it stands to...
Turbo Kid poster

Michael Ironside Gives Us the Lowdown on Turbo Kid!

Turbo Kid made its world premiere January 26th as part of the Park City at Midnight Lineup. But those that missed the film's festival run will soon have a chance to check...
the cabin in evil dead II

Why Evil Dead II is Not a Remake of the First

Evil Dead II is a very similar movie to the first in terms of its setting and plot. It opens with a bit of backstory on the Book of...
Ralphie Glick in Salem's Lot 1979

Why Salem’s Lot Should Have Been Awful but Wasn’t

Tobe Hooper’s Salem’s Lot is not only a seminal vampire movie but a great Stephen King adaptation as well. It has held up for over thirty-five years and is remembered as...
Insidious poster 2011

Why Insidious Gets More Credit Than It Deserves

Insidious is one of the biggest horror hits in recent years. It comes from the incredibly talented filmmaker James Wan and has helped skyrocket him to massive success. The...