The Binding is as Barren as its Empty Sets and Emptier Characters

In October 2015, The New York Times asked its readers, “If you could go back and kill Hitler as a baby, would you do it?” There’s no question that...
Puppet Master Curtain Call

Comic Review: Puppet Master Curtain Call #2

Warning up front: We’ll be discussing some pretty major spoilers. The previous issue of the climactic miniseries Curtain Call teased a massive fight between Toulon’s puppets and Anapa’s. This issue...

Night Of The Witch: A Horror Short That Should Be Feature Length

Shorts have long been a budding filmmaker's first entry point into the big, bad world of feature entertainment. Never more so than in horror, from Mama to Rare Exports...
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Kaleidoscope Is A Psychological Thriller Sans Thrills

Kaleidoscope is one of those flicks that feels like three different movies superglued together. The first half gives you the impression it’s going to be a Hard Candy-esque “perils...
The Unholy

Vestron Blu-Ray Review: The Unholy is a Lost Classic

After a near death experience, Father Michael is chosen to take over a parish with a history of unexplained murders involving fellow clergymen. Shortly after establishing residence in the parish,...
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Comic Review: Angel Season 11 #11

Spoilers for those not quite caught up on the comics, but this is technically a spoiler for the previous issue. Now that we’ve gotten that out of the way:...
The crew of popular paranormal series Ghost Adventures.

Paranormal Investigators – Top Ghost Hunting Shows on TV

TV shows about Paranormal Investigators are all the rage, with an array of different programs to choose from. Here we list some of the most notable and exciting paranormal...
Danielle Harris in 'Inoperable'

Danielle Harris is the Highlight of the Ho-Hum Inoperable

Hallucinations. Dream sequences. The old "I Am Tyler Durden" dual character motif. Flashbacks. Every red herring plot device you can think of finds its way into Inoperable, and just...
Fan Films

Ten Horror Fan Films That Did Justice to the Films They Were Inspired By

Horror movies often spawn numerous fan-made creations, from clothing to fan fiction to art and games. But the most impressive, to me, are the people who love the films...
Meg tied in the basement in The Girl Next Door

Four Essential Novels by Jack Ketchum

If you are not familiar with the name Jack Ketchum, you definitely should be. A pseudonym for author Dallas Mayr, Ketchum has been putting his dark mark on horror fiction for...
Hannibal

Is It Just Me, Or Was Hannibal’s Third Season Its Worst?

In this regular series, a Wicked Horror writer presents an unpopular opinion about a particular genre offering and asks the oft-repeated question, “Is it just me?” In this installment, Joey...

Horrible Films for Horrible People: The Paperboy (1994)

Welcome to Horrible Films for Horrible People a segment where Wicked Horror’s Zena Dixon revisits outrageous films that should be watched by no one. This week, we have set our...
Escape Room

DVD Review: Escape Room Falls Flat…Really, Really Flat

a group of friends visit an escape room after a celebratory birthday dinner. The festivities are cut short when the insufferable scoundrels begin to succumb to grisly deaths for failing to correctly solve...

Blu-Ray Review: The Crucifixion Tries to Follow in The Exorcist’s Footsteps but Falls Short

It’s hard to overstate how much film—horror films especially—changed at the end of 1973 with the release of The Exorcist. Lines spanned for blocks outside of theater doors. People were vomiting and passing...

Horrible Films For Horrible People: Spasms (1983)

Welcome to Horrible Films for Horrible People where apparently I'm the horrible one since I keep on putting myself through these disasters. I questioned my place on this earth due...