Back to the ’80s: Killer Klowns from Outer Space

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...
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Hatchet Review – The Rise of Victor Crowley

Ben and a group of college buddies visit New Orleans during Mardi Gras in Adam Green’s Hatchet. When Ben grows bored of the finer points of the nonstop party,...

A PTSD Battle of the Sexes! Advance Review: Dementia

"A disabled war veteran is in bad hands when his family hires a live in nurse from hell in this intense psychological shocker. George is an aging ex-soldier haunted by...

Horror Novelizations worth a Closer Look

A now dying art for fans of the horror genre, the novelization once enhanced the experience for the carnage obsessed bookworm. Arguably a way for the filmmakers to further cash...

Comic Review: Psycho Pass Volume 3 Answers Some Burning Questions, While Also Leading Readers...

Psycho- Pass is a Japanese manga series that takes place in the next century of human existence. In this new imagination of our future, humans are guaranteed a society...
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Comic Review: Angel Season 11 #9

In a series of misadventures ranging from the prehistoric demon age to a nineteenth century ship, with both Angel and Illyria encountering and confronting their past selves, this issue...
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Why it Took Decades for The Thing to Become a Classic

John Carpenter’s The Thing is often heralded as his masterpiece. It really is one of his best, in addition to being one of the best sci-fi horrors, one of...
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Comic Review: The Steam Man, Issue 1

Competing with the likes of Paul Bunyan for the hardest big guy in the West, The Steam Man sows the seed of a solid, steam-punk myth. It does have...

Horrible Films for Horrible People: Witchouse (1999)

Are you looking for an awesome Halloween film you can watch and get completely freaked out by? Sorry, look elsewhere! If you're looking for a film with no story line,...
The Lazarus Effect

Movie Review: The Lazarus Effect

The Lazarus Effect, directed by David Gelb, pays homage to Mark Shelley’s “Frankenstein” as a group of scientists play God with life, but their discovery comes with deadly consequences. Love-bird scientists,...
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Review: Mercy

Mercy is the latest film from immensely successful production co. Blumhouse, although this one sort of slipped under the radar. The film is based on a Stephen King story...
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Review: Dead Snow 2: Red vs. Dead

Dead Snow 2: Red vs. Dead is a continuation of the story of Martin from the first Dead Snow film. He wakes up in a hospital after being involved in a car accident....

Review: Rupture Recycles Without Good Cause

Director Steven Shainberg’s new horror-thriller is another tale of an independent woman kidnapped and tortured for alternative science. Despite boasting a cast of well-known and accomplished actors (Noomi Rapace,...
The Babysitter

Review: The Babysitter has camp and blood in spades

Okay, first of all, let me level with you guys for a second: I love camp. While the serious stuff is what usually defines horror, there's nothing like a...
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Comic Review: Hellboy in Hell: The Hounds of Pluto Part One

Hellboy in Hell #7: The Hounds of Pluto Part One is the first of two issues which will be dedicated to the second part of  this story arc. The issue...