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Wrong Turn 6 – More Blood, Gore And Sex!

Directed by Valeri Milev, Wrong Turn 6: The Last Resort, continues its gore-fest. With The Last Resort being the sixth installment of the Wrong Turn series, fans already know what...
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Comic Review: Buffy Season 11 #5

I cannot express how great it is to have Georges Jeanty back on Buffy, even if it’s for a single issue. This is not to take away anything from...

Review: The Belko Experiment is Chaotic Fun But Its Ending Needed a Peer Review

The Belko Experiment opens with Michael Milch (John Gallagher Jr., 10 Cloverfield Lane, Hush) driving through a market in Bogotá, Columbia. Two little boys in skull masks are playing....

Review: Solace Is A Serial Killer Movie That Descends Into Madness

Solace revolves around easy going FBI agent Joe Merriwether (played by Jeffrey Dean Morgan, The Walking Dead) and his wound up partner Katherine Cowles (Abbie Cornish, Limitless and Seven...
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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...
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The ABCs Of Death – We Only Need A Few Letters For This Alphabet...

The ABCs Of Death; If you like a bit of gore, mixed with silliness, some stupidness, laughs and a few shock (very few) moments, then perhaps out of boredom...

Back to the ’80s: Cat’s Eye

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...

Frightfest 2016 Review: The Devil’s Candy

Films as special as The Devil's Candy don't come around that often. Hell, we're lucky if we get one a decade, let alone one a year. It's difficult to draw...
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Comic Review: Puppet Master #15

Issue fifteen of Puppet Master brings a conclusion to the Blood Debt arc, but it feels like a culmination of events that have been building from the very beginning....

Review: Ghosts of Darkness Is An Interesting, Humanistic Character Study

Ghosts of Darkness centers on Jack Donavan (played by Michael Koltes, Capsule, Alice Through the Looking Glass), a paranormal investigator, and Jonathan Blazer (played by Paul Flannery, Nightmare Live,...

Frightfest 2016 Review: Ibiza Undead

With a title like Ibiza Undead surely we can expect a thought-provoking, no-holds-barred deconstruction of the zombie sub-genre, tossed with some acidic, well-considered meta humour? Hardly. With his two-word...
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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...

Not Quite Horror: I Don’t Feel At Home In This World Anymore (2017)

Horror is evolving as a genre. Although your local multiplex is still loaded with the usual contenders, look a bit closer and you’ll find the latest drama, thriller, or...
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V/H/S 1 & 2 – Tapes Of Terror

Now I'd like to speak about both films, as personally, I loved them and I cannot mention just one without the other, so lets start with the first: V/H/S-  I'd heard...
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Review: Shelley is a Gorgeous Yet Aimless Pregnancy Horror Story

Shelley is an interesting but somewhat dry pregnancy horror tale that hinges on performance because it doesn’t give us enough of the plot to keep the viewer genuinely invested...