Back to the ’80s: Suspect

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 which...

Review: Bad Samaritan Is Brash, Bewildering, And Boring

The most difficult movies to write about, contrary to popular opinion,  aren't the ones that make you mad or drive you crazy with boredom. They're those strange examples that...

Second Opinion: Downrange Is A Gory, Action-Packed Blast

2012's No One Lives was the fun, gory surprise featuring an ex-WWE Superstar nobody saw coming. All eyes were on Japanese filmmaker Ryûhei Kitamura to see whether he'd top...
Mosquito

Why Mosquito is a Shameless, Goofy Good Time

If there’s one low budget monster movie that people my age tend to remember, even if they’re not necessarily horror fans, it’s Mosquito. I can’t really fathom why that...

Review: Truth Or Dare Is An Utterly Inoffensive Slasher/Teen Drama

The Blumhouse model is genius. There's no arguing with close to $200 million worldwide off an $11,000 budget (Paranormal Activity). And when it works, as with last year's Happy...

Review: Marrowbone Is A Defiantly Old-School Chiller With A Killer Cast

The first thing to note about Marrowbone, the spooky, atmospheric first feature from The Orphanage writer Sergio G. Sánchez, is its cast. This thing boasts a dream cast, a...

Review: Wildling Is A Beautifully Dark Fairytale Horror

The theme of female maturation is growing more and more popular with the increasing number of women working behind and in front of the camera in horror. It has...

Review: A Quiet Place Is A Modern Masterpiece

It's a hugely exciting time to be a horror fan. From Get Out's Oscar-storming glory, to Raw, Thelma, The Witch, Unsane, and a variety of other movies quietly rewriting...
Lake Placid

What a Croc: Revisiting Lake Placid

While killer animal movies are among the most popular and prevalent horror offerings being produced today, very few are actually remembered as classics. Really, there’s Jaws and that’s about...
Insidious: The Last Key

Blu-Ray Review: Insidious: The Last Key is a Satisfying Conclusion to the Franchise

This latest installment in the Insidious series goes back to psychic medium Elise Rainier’s earlier days. The film provides welcome backstory on Elise and introduces the viewer to her family, while also giving fans greater insight into her...

Back to the ’80s: Heathers

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 which...

Review: Unsane Is A Terrifyingly Realistic Portrayal Of How Women Are Disbelieved

To live in this world as a woman is to be constantly on edge. Afraid of who might be lurking around the corner, at the end of the street,...

Review: Followers Proves Internet Horror Is Here To Stay

Internet horror is so hot right now. And why shouldn't it be? Facebook is stealing our data, Twitter is turning us all into hate-filled monsters, and Instagram is...well, according...

Review: Prodigy Is A Tense, Expertly Contained Psycho-Thriller

Demon kids have been de rigeur in horror since scary movies were a thing, from Children of the Corn to Orphan. In fact, according to certain people, all horror...
Demon House

Review: Demon House Takes You Where Evil Lives

Hell has an address and it's in Gary, Indiana. Demon House the new documentary from Zak Bagans of the hit series Ghost Adventures dares to take viewers into Gary's most infamous house. In 2014...