Desecration

Desecration is Surreal and Scrappy Effort from Dante Tomaselli [Review]

Desecration follows a teenage boy named Bobby on a surreal and visceral journey through the literal depths of Hell that begins when he unintentionally kills one of the instructors at his...
Summer of 84

Summer Of 84 Is A Thrilling Eighties Throwback [Review]

Turbo Kid was one of the coolest horror movies of recent years, not least because it burst out of absolutely nowhere. Sweet, good-natured, stylistically exciting, and yet gory as...
Breaking In

Breaking In Suffers from an Utter Lack of Originality [Blu-Ray Review]

Breaking In follows mother of two, Shaun Russell (Gabrielle Union) as she sorts through the grief of losing her father. Her sense of loss is soon compounded by a home invasion attempt...

Along Came the Devil has a Good Title, Not Much Else [Review]

If you took The Exorcist and surgically removed every hint of personality, you would wind up with a movie very similar to Along Came the Devil. It’s not hard...
Body Bags

Mixed Bag: Why Body Bags is a Rough Around the Edges Anthology (That’s Still...

Despite the Scream Factory collector’s edition Blu-ray for Body Bags, it’s still easily one of the most overlooked titles John Carpenter has directed. It’s far from the classic status of...
Dark Crimes

DVD Review: Dark Crimes Frivolously Squanders a Promising Concept

Dark Crimes is loosely based on the crimes of author and convicted murderer Krystian Bala. The film really only employs the core idea of an author utilizing the details of a real...
She Could Fly

Comic Review: She Could Fly #2 is Even Better than #1

Back in June, I wrote about how good the first issue of She Could Fly by Christopher Cantwell and Martín Morazzo was. If you slept on it, you missed...
Dagon

Dagon is Far from Stuart Gordon’s Best [Vestron Blu-Ray Review]

Dagon tells the story of a young couple that takes refuge in a quaint fishing town after their boat wrecks at sea. The pair quickly learns all is not as...
Creepy Archives

Graphic Novel Review: Creepy Archives Vol. 26 Brings Black-and-White Scares

The Comics Code Authority was established in 1954 to stop comic books from melting children’s brains into juvenile delinquency. With its myriad and unclear rules, the CCA did away...
Demonic Toys

Comic Review: Dollman Kills the Full Moon Universe #1

During the total 25 issue run of Puppet Master at Action Lab Danger Zone, there were also several miniseries expanding the corners of the larger Full Moon universe, the...

Comic Review: Buffy Season 12: The Reckoning #2

Unbelievably, as of this second issue, we are now halfway through the final comic book season of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Luckily, though, the comic book still feels big...
Minky Woodcock

Graphic Novel Review: Minky Woodcock Beautifully Renders a New Theory About Houdini’s Death

Harry Houdini escaped death, slipping into the collective imagination of popular culture. Like Robert Johnson, Annie Oakley and Agatha Christie (who also appears in Minky Woodcock: The Girl Who...

Back to the ‘80s: Halloween 4 and 5

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...
A Quiet Place

A Quiet Place is Unbearably Suspenseful! [Blu-Ray Review]

A Quiet Place follows a family struggling to survive in a world where verbal communication and any kind of noise is tantamount to a death sentence. A clan of predatory...
Alisik

Graphic Novel Review: The Most Disturbing Part of Alisik is Its Sexualization of Teenage...

The first volume of Alisik opens with the lead character, a teenage girl, asking the reader, “Do you believe in love at first sight?” She says, but, “There’s one...