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The Rabid Dog’s House: Cursed

The Rabid Dog’s House is a recurring feature at Wicked Horror where contributor Justin Steele uncovers hidden gems, lost classics, and overlooked indie offerings. Flying solo or with the occasional gu...

Slaughterhouse Rulez Needs More Pegg and Frost, Less…Everything Else [Review]

Simon Pegg and Nick Frost are a dream team unlike any other, gifting us mirth, merriment, and heart in the likes of Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz, all the way back to the still hugely underrated TV s...

Charlie Says is a Tender and Essentially Female-Focused Take on the Manson Myth [Review]

The cult of Charles Manson and the horrifying murders committed in his name remain a source of interest almost 50 years later (this August marks the anniversary of the murders). Cults are also really ...

Bitter-Root

Bitter Root Vol. 1: Family Business [Comic Review]

“Bitter Root Volume One: Family Business” is a brand-new release by David Walker, Chuck Brown, and Sanford Greene that was nominated for a Best New Series Eisner. It comes to us from Image Comics, and...

Don’t See Don’t Look [Review]

Jamie Lee Curtis could scream. Whether you’re a fan of Halloween, Prom Night, The Fog, or any other horror project she’s graced with her presence, we can all admit Curtis’ shrieks were bloodcurd...

She Could Fly: The Lost Pilot #2 (Comic Review)

She Could Fly: The Lost Pilot #2 opens with Luna peeling paper off the wall to eat with Joan of Arc. Joan tells Luna that, “St. Michael is HAWT, but I’m super into the Duke of Alençon.” Luna bursts in...

Beasts of Burden: The Presence of Others #1 [Review]

Beasts of Burden: The Presence of Others #1 opens with Sabrina, a human ghost hunter (no relation to any teenage witches), writing a letter to her mother. Along with her father Paul and her brother Ru...

The Prodigy

The Prodigy Disappoints in Spite of a Promising Premise [Review]

Horror creators have a challenge balancing realism and respecting their audience. A vampire could come out of the closet behind me and sink its fangs into my neck now. As a skeptic, I would be hard-pr...

The Convent

The Convent is a Terrifying Tale of Accidental Satanism [Review]

The Convent takes us back to the early 17th century, where simple things like wealth, having more than one female friend and having vivid, spooky dreams can get you accused of being a witch. And in th...