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...

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...
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...

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...
Friday the 13th Part III

How Friday the 13th Part III Was Almost Ruined by Its Own Gimmick

Friday the 13th Part III is one of the most beloved entries in the series canon. It’s an incredibly important feature to the overall franchise, as it is the...
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...
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...

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...
The Hills Have Eyes

Revisiting The Hills Have Eyes Remake Ten Years Later

As I think I’ve made clear during my time writing at Wicked Horror, I am an avid fan of Wes Craven. Most of his films work for me, even...
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...
Wrong Turn 6 Banner Poster.

Wrong Turn 6 – More Blood, Gore And Sex!

Directed by Valeri Milev, Wrong Turn 6: The Last Resort, continues its gore-fest. With The Last Resort being the sixth installment of the Wrong Turn series, fans already know what...
Keep Watching

Review: Keep Watching Will Inspire Viewers to Do Anything But

Keep Watching sees a family terrorized by a group of strangers. Adding to the intensity,  their every move is being streamed for a live audience. The only rule: Kill or be killed. The...
the film Would you rather directed by David Guy Levy

Would You Rather – Choose Your Fate

Directed by David Guy Levy and written by Steffen Schlachtenhaufen, Would You Rather, is a cool psychological Saw-inspired movie that I just happened to stumble upon on Netflix and...
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...
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...