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Jordan Peele Does it Again with Us (Review)

In a famous interview with François Truffaut, Alfred  Hitchcock said, “Psycho has a very interesting construction, and that game with the audience was fascinating. I was directing the viewers. Yo...

The Rabid Dog’s House: Critters (1986) Review

The Rabid Dog’s House is a new reoccurring feature here at Wicked Horror. WH contributor Justin Steele has created a video series for horror fans that enjoy watching and/or listening to reviews ...

Not Quite Horror: You, Season 1 (2018)

Not Quite Horror is back from the dead. After resting for a bit in its kind-of creepy but still-normal-enough-to-pass-as-regular crypt, our biweekly series returns. In each installment, Joey Keogh wil...

Horror Noire: A History of Black Horror

Blood on my Sofa: Horror Noire: A History of Black Horror is a Documentary like No Other

Welcome to Blood on my Sofa! Each month I will be providing you with a movie recommendation. It won’t be just any movie, but a movie I watched during the previous 30 days that really rocked my w...

Seven Must-Read Lois Duncan Novels!

When we at Wicked Horror were discussing aspects of Women in Horror Month, the first name that came to mind for me was Lois Duncan. From actors to filmmakers to writers, there are so many women repres...

The Possession of Hannah Grace

The Possession of Hannah Grace Doesn’t Possess Its Viewers [Blu-Ray Review]

Most possession flicks end with the exorcism: a mostly triumphant banishing of the thing that’s been bumping in the night and swaying innocent girls away from Puritanical gender norms. (Are there poss...

The Horror of Dolores Roach

The Horror of Dolores Roach is Like Sweeney Todd Set in Brooklyn [Review]

From Gimlet, the same network behind Conviction and Homecoming, comes The Horror of Dolores Roach, staring Daphne Rubin-Vega and Bobby Cannavale. Written by playwright Aaron Mark, The Horror of Dolore...

Death Walks at Midnight

Giallo Madness: Death Walks at Midnight

Giallo Madness is a recurring segment where Wicked Horror managing editor Tyler Doupe’ looks back on a noteworthy giallo from years past and makes a case for why it should be on your radar. The ...

The Night Evelyn Came Out of the Grave

Why The Night Evelyn Came Out of the Grave is a Must See!

Emilio Miraglia’s The Night Evelyn Came Out of the Grave is a an Italian-made British horror film that features velvet suits, gloved killers, the unexpected appearance of free-spirited bands, J&...