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Runaway

Back to the ’80s: Runaway

Welcome to Back to the ’80s. This recurring feature aims to take a look at the good, the bad, and the ugly from horror’s most beloved decade. Regardless of which category a particular film falls under...

Halloween

Halloween (2018) is a Welcome Return to Form [Blu-Ray Review]

Halloween (2018) picks up forty years after young Laurie Strode faced off against the homicidal Michael Myers. And, after years of incarceration, the masked man is on the loose and ready to settle the...

Widows

Not Quite Horror: Widows (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...

The Demented

Blood on my Sofa: Down for The Demented

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 month that really rocked my world. I wou...

Dry Blood

Dry Blood is the Bad Acid Trip You Didn’t Know You Needed! [Review]

Dry Blood sees a drug addict named Brian retreating to his cabin in a rural mountain town in an attempt to get sober. For extra support Brian calls on a friend named Anna to give him a hand; to make s...

Hell Fest is a Hugely Entertaining Slasher Throwback [Review]

Hell Fest might just lead the next slasher resurgence — that is, if there’s one on the way. The golden age of slashers has come and gone, and even calling it a golden age is kind of mislea...

The Vanishing

The Vanishing is a Great Showcase for Peter Mullan and Gerard Butler [Review]

Peter Mullan and Gerard Butler headlining a movie about lighthouse keepers who mysteriously vanish after finding treasure? Count me in. The Vanishing purports to be based on a true story, which might ...

Rust Creek

Rust Creek is a Ferociously Female Thriller [Review]

2018 was a massive year for women in horror from Revenge to Cam, and even the Halloween redux ferociously headed by our queen Jamie Lee Curtis. Hopefully, 2019 is set to follow in its footsteps and wi...

Monster Party

Monster Party is Brutal and Unflinching [DVD Review]

Monster Party sees a trio of thieves posing as waiters to infiltrate a dinner party with the intent of burgling the home in which it is being hosted. What they don’t realize is that the hosts of...