Review: Rupture Recycles Without Good Cause

Director Steven Shainberg’s new horror-thriller is another tale of an independent woman kidnapped and tortured for alternative science. Despite boasting a cast of well-known and accomplished actors (Noomi Rapace,...

Review: Chupacabra Territory Is The Bastard Child Of Found Footage And Asylum Monster Movies...

Originally entitled Lair of the Beast, Chupacabra Territory is a found footage film that revolves around four friends who are searching for the mythical beast in the mysterious Pinewood...
Atomica

Review: Atomica is a Compelling, Satisfying Thriller With More Smart Futurism than Logan

The problem of storage and disposing nuclear waste has created a real risk for radiation exposure for hundreds of thousands of Americans. In 2014, an explosion at an underground...
Cat in the Brain - Lucio Fulci

Ten of Lucio Fulci’s Most Influential Films

Lucio Fulci is widely known to fans of Italian horror as the godfather of gore. Mr. Fulci's films are still every bit as relevant and influential today as they were...
Shelley

Review: Shelley is a Gorgeous Yet Aimless Pregnancy Horror Story

Shelley is an interesting but somewhat dry pregnancy horror tale that hinges on performance because it doesn’t give us enough of the plot to keep the viewer genuinely invested...

Review: Solace Is A Serial Killer Movie That Descends Into Madness

Solace revolves around easy going FBI agent Joe Merriwether (played by Jeffrey Dean Morgan, The Walking Dead) and his wound up partner Katherine Cowles (Abbie Cornish, Limitless and Seven...
The movie based on Jack Ketchums novel, The Girl Next Door.

The Girl Next Door- True Story Torment

The Girl Next Door (2007), directed by Gregory Wilson is based on the novel of the same name, and details some of the true terrifying events that became a...
Nina Forever

5 Great Rom-Zom-Coms (That Aren’t Shaun Of The Dead)

Shaun Of The Dead was released a whopping twelve years ago, this year, and in its wake there have been many, lesser pretenders to the throne - hell, the...

Back to the ’80s: Cat’s Eye

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...

Review: Ghosts of Darkness Is An Interesting, Humanistic Character Study

Ghosts of Darkness centers on Jack Donavan (played by Michael Koltes, Capsule, Alice Through the Looking Glass), a paranormal investigator, and Jonathan Blazer (played by Paul Flannery, Nightmare Live,...
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...
Phantasm II 1988 - Angus Scrimm

Review: Phantasm: The Complete Collection

Well Go USA’s Phantasm complete collection Blu-ray set arrives on April 11th. We got to check it out early, and from the packaging down to the brand-new special features, it’s...
The movie poster for the film The Shrine directed by Jon Knautz.

The Shrine – Spooky Statue Of Evil

Another great exorcism movie that I can’t believe I forgot to add to my possession picks but I do have one major flaw with it; the exorcism and other...

Review: The Belko Experiment is Chaotic Fun But Its Ending Needed a Peer Review

The Belko Experiment opens with Michael Milch (John Gallagher Jr., 10 Cloverfield Lane, Hush) driving through a market in Bogotá, Columbia. Two little boys in skull masks are playing....

Review: Don’t Pull Over for Zombie-Thriller Breakdown Lane

Call the tow truck, ‘cause this one’s a clunker. Now when I first kicked the tires a decent concept fell out: Kirby Lane’s (Whitney Moore) SUV breaks down on...