21st Century Tank Girl cover

Advance Comic Review: 21st Century Tank Girl

Trying to describe Tank Girl to someone who has never picked up one of these books before is kind of like trying to describe an acid trip. In the...
The movie poster for David Rountree's Cut!

Cut! Movie Review- Filmmaker Fun

Friday the 13th wouldn't have been complete without checking out a horror movie. Wicked Horror went down to the Arena Cinema Hollywood to catch the premiere of suspenseful horror-thriller...
C.H.U.D. II

Vestron Blu-Ray Review: C.H.U.D. II: Bud The C.H.U.D.

When a pair of high school students lose their biology teacher's cadaver, they set out on the hunt for a corpse to replace it with. Unfortunately for them and their...
Gravy Blu-ray Art 2015

Advance Review: Gravy

A deranged clan of cannibals takes a group of restaurant employees hostage and tries to force their unusual set of sensibilities on the culinary workers. The results are...unusual to say the...
The movie exorcismus directed by Manuel Carballo.

Exorcismus- Devil Delving

Directed by Spanish director Manuel Carballo and written by David Munoz, Exorcismus is a good effort at the possession genre, which I personally enjoyed. Exorcismus starts with telling the story...
Bryan Bertinos movie The Strangers starring Liv Tyler.

The Strangers – Knock, Knock, Anyone Home?

Directed and written by Bryan Bertino, The Strangers is a claustrophobic nightmare that persists in its will to take that image of home being safe, and turning it into...
Kane Hodder - Unmasked by Kane hodder and Michael Aloisi book cover

Book Review – Unmasked by Kane Hodder and Michael Aloisi

There is often more to a beloved icon than meets the eye. In his 2011 autobiography, Unmasked: The True Life Story of the World's Most Prolific Cinematic Killer, stuntman and...
Pernicious Poster

Advance Review: Pernicious

Pernicious tells the story of three young women who intend to spend the summer in Thailand teaching children to read English, but get much more than they bargained for. The...

Not Quite Horror: Requiem For A Dream (2000)

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...
The poster for the Eli Roth film Hostel.

Hostel Retrospective – Extra Torture, Extra Gore

Three tourists are lured to a Slovakian hostel with the promise of sexually generous women in Eli Roth's Hostel. Once they arrive, they soon learn that everything is not...
Jean Reno who plays Leon in popular movie Leon The Professional directed by Luc Benson.

Leon: The Professional- Hitman With A Heart

Close to faultless Leon: The Professional, directed and written by Luc Besson is an exceptional movie with an amazing character build-up and story to match. Leon, played by Jean Reno, is...
Lake Nowhere

Review: Lake Nowhere Is A Fun, If Slight Homage To The Classic Slasher Tradition

For many of us who have loved slashers for most of our lives, the idea of a 'retro slasher' these days is kind of dread-inducing. After all, when was the...

Review: Viral Is An Infectious Horror Movie, But Is It Captivating?

From directors Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman (Paranormal Activity 3) comes the infectious horror Viral! Is it worth spreading? Read on to find out! In Viral we meet the Drakeford sisters, Emma and Stacey,...
Dead Again in Tombstone

Review: Dead Again in Tombstone Pits Danny Trejo And Jake Busey Against Each Other...

Dead Again In Tombstone revolves around Guerrero (Danny Trejo, needs no introduction), a good old-fashioned western outlaw who has sold his soul to the devil and is in Satan’s service forever....

Blu-Ray Review – Train to Busan Keeps the Zombie Genre Alive (Undead?)

It begins with the resurrection of a dead deer on the road, and ends with an exciting and startlingly emotional climax that will make you excited about zombie movies...