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She's Just a Shadow

She’s Just a Shadow is Gracefully Dripping in Blood and Glitter

Bored and in desperate need of something to watch? In need of a new, exciting flick to feast your eyes upon? Well, the answer to your sorrows might be found in Adam Sherman’s upcoming thriller, ...

Pet Sematary

Pet Sematary (2019) Fails to Live Up to or Outdo the Original [Review]

Pet Sematary (2019) sees Rachel (Amy Seimetz) and Louis Creed (Jason Clarke) pack up their children (Jeté Laurence and twins Hugo and Lucas Lavoie) and their belongings to make the move from the bustl...

Stranger Things 3 Appeals to the Nerd in Us All

Season Three of Netflix’s Stranger Things continues on the tradition of being a well-paced thriller pulling at those nostalgic heartstrings. After hitting familiar beats almost threatening to become r...

Midsommar is a Horrifying, Endurance Test of a Movie [Review]

Ari Aster’s debut feature, Hereditary, was not an easy watch. Relentlessly depressing and shockingly gory, it was the kind of movie that beats you into submission. The kind of movie you have to ...

Creepers

The Rabid Dog’s House: Creepers (Phenomena)

The Rabid Dog’s House is a recurring feature at Wicked Horror where contributor Justin Steele uncovers hidden gems, lost classics, and overlooked indie offerings. Flying solo or with the occasional gu...

Child's Play (2019.)

Child’s Play (2019) May Be the Best in the Series Since Child’s Play 2

When the Child’s Play remake was announced, hardcore horror fans were aghast. After seeing so many beloved franchises from the 1970s and 1980s get turned into abysmal “updates,” it seemed liked the Ch...

Clinton Road.

Clinton Road is Cameo-Laden but Not Worth the Detour

I don’t take joy in telling people the fruits of their labor are terrible. In fact, my threshold for cinematic suck is so high that I routinely hand out scores of 6s and 7s to movies the hoi polloi wo...

Perfect

Perfect Experiments but Reaches Inconclusive Results [Review]

Stories set rules for themselves. Sometimes those rules come through dialogue, like in Gremlins. Other times stories use visual cues to tap into the knowledge that viewers bring in with them. If viewe...

a vigilante

A Vigilante Eschews Exploitation [Blu-Ray Review]

Sarah Daggar-Nickson’s A Vigilante opts for a decidedly stoic approach towards material often made salacious. Even when filmmakers seek to respectfully elevate the voices and experiences of the exploi...