Levenger Tapes

Advance Review: The Levenger Tapes Is A Found Footage Film That Should Have Stuck...

The Levenger Tapes focuses on the plight of three-college age students, a myriad of bad decisions, and the police detectives trying to track them down. Throughout the film, scenes...
Nor: The Curse

Why Noroi: The Curse is An Epic Japanese Found Footage Film

I don't know about you guys, but when it comes to the "found footage" approach to filmmaking, I'm kind of over it. I've noticed that when a found footage...

Pandemic: Hardcore Henry for Horror Fans

The world is in chaos. A virus has devastated the population so much so that the infected now grossly outnumber the uninfected. Humanity, ever persistent, still struggles on in...
Jeruzalem

Review: JeruZalem Is A Thrilling ‘Americans Abroad’ Horror Movie

That big 'Z' in Jeruzalem is worrisome. A zombie movie set in the holy city? Prepare your Zombie Jesus jokes (if, indeed, there are any left that haven't been...
Paranormal Activity

Why the Paranormal Activity Franchise Owes us One More Film

The Paranormal Activity franchise should not be allowed to get away with this. Oren Peli's premise for the original Paranormal Activity was very simple: It focused on the story of...
Blu-ray cover for Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension

Blu-Ray Review: Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension

A family finds an old camera and a series of videotapes in their new home. The tapes show bizarre and frightening acts and the camera evidently has the ability...

Advance Review: The Vatican Tapes

Aside from eschewing the usual found footage format usually utilised by those pushing an exorcism-themed flick upon us, The Vatican Tapes seems, on paper, like yet another exercise in...
The Gallows still

Review: The Gallows is a Fun and Scary Thrill Ride

The Gallows follows a group of high school students staging the revival of the titular play. The only problem is that the last time their school put on a production...
scream movie starring neve campbell.

90’s Horror Movies That Defined the Decade

The 1990’s was an interesting decade for horror. It stumbled a bit in the first half and became insanely commercial in the second half. Each end of the spectrum was...
Ash vs. Evil Dead - Poster for Sam Raimi's The Evil Dead.

Non-Found Footage Microbudget Movies That Prove Anyone Can Do It

Scary as the industry is now, this is the golden age of being able to make a movie. Anyone can do it. The scary part is distribution and profit,...

Second Opinion: Unfriended is a Sharp Film with a Strong Anti-Bullying Message

Wicked Horror ran a review of Unfriended on opening weekend  (original review) and rated the film fairly negatively. But back with a second opinion is Joey Keogh, who will make a case for...

Is It Just Me Or Is Paranormal Activity Way Overhyped?

In this monthly 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...
The Last Broadcast poster

Four Forgotten Early Found Footage Movies

Found footage might be all the rage right now, but that doesn’t mean that it’s new. Most trends in horror aren’t. The genre just moves in cycles. The concept...
The movie poster for Dan T. Halls Asylum: The Lost Footage.

Asylum: The Lost Footage Movie Review

Directed by Dan T. Hall, Asylum: The Lost Footage, isn’t sure what type of movie it is. It has schizophrenic tendencies--switching from documentary-style interviews to found footage to normal...
the film The Taking of Deborah Logan directed by Adam Robitel.

The Taking Of Deborah Logan – Fighting The Unknown

Directed by Adam Robitel, The Taking of Deborah Logan (also known as The Taking), is a possession movie with a twist. Ph.D. student Mia Medina (Michelle Ang- Big Mommas: Like...