The Possession of Michael King movie poster.

The Possession Of Michael King- Review

Directed by David Jung, The Possession of Michael King explores the paranormal with devastating consequences. Michael King (Shane Johnson) is a family man with a beautiful wife and young daughter who counts...
The movie written and directed by Karl Mueller.

Mr Jones- He Has A Thing Going On

Written and directed by Karl Mueller, Mr Jones brings gifts, and mind games. Mr Jones starts with Scott (Jon Foster- Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines) and Penny (Sarah Jones- Sons...

Horrible Films For Horrible People: Crawlspace (2013)

This week on Horrible Films for Horrible People, I decided to give Josh Stolberg’s film Crawlspace a shot. Of all of the films I’ve seen with the title Crawlspace;...
Cabin Fever

Review: Cabin Fever (2016) is Uninspired and Tedious

Cabin Fever catches up with a group of friends that rent a cabin in the woods for a wilderness getaway. Shortly after the fivesome arrives at their destination, they begin...
Poster for Mike Mayhall's film Jake's Road.

DVD Review – Jake’s Road

Sam and his soon-to-be fiancé Kay return to his familial cabin for a family get-together. While there, Sam and his brother Mike must break the news that they will be selling...
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...
The Silence movie directed by Baran bo Odar.

The Silence- When The Past Becomes Haunting

Based on the novel by Jan Costin Wagner, The Silence, directed by Baran bo Odar is a fascinating, realized crime drama from Germany. The film starts in 1986 with two men...
Poster for John Landis' American Werewolf in London

1980’s Horror Comedies That Defined Their Decade

The 1980’s, among many other things, was the golden age of horror comedies. There had been great films combining horror and humor dating back at least to Abbott & Costello...
The movie poster for the movie Autopsy directed by Adam Gierasch.

Autopsy Movie Review- Dead Kept Alive

If you like a lot of gore with your horror, Autopsy, directed by Adam Gierasch, should suffice your bloody needs. Autopsy opens with a group of friends enjoying Mardi Gras. We...
Michael McElhatton, Anthony DiBlasi - Corin Hardy, Barbara Crampton Ted Geoghegan Frightfest, Neil Marshall, Pollyanna McIntosh

Frightfest 2015 Spotlight: The Hallow

With just two weeks to go until Frightfest takes over the Vue in Leicester Square, Joey Keogh takes a look at some of the most-anticipated movies on this year’s...

Not Quite Horror: Snowtown (2011)

Horror is evolving as a genre. Although your local multiplex is still peppered with the usual contenders, look a bit closer and you’ll find the latest drama, thriller, or...
Barbara Crampton

Frightfest 2015 Interview: Barbara Crampton

Horror Icon and living legend Barbara Crampton talked to Wicked Horror's Joey Keogh about her new film We Are Still Here at Frightfest 2015. She opened up about how she...
Poster for Sam Raimi's Evil Dead II.

Evil Dead II Retrospective – A Brilliant Horror Comedy

In Evil Dead II, Ash and his girlfriend Linda drive to a cabin in the woods for a weekend getaway. They are essentially squatting, as they don’t know the owners...
Poster for Jonathan Stryker's Curtains.

Curtains Retrosective – A Forgotten Canadian Slasher

The 1983 film Curtains is very much a lost classic of the ‘80s. It is a bit bizarre and a little unorthodox for a slasher movie but it does...
Asami (Eihi Shiina) getting ready to engage in some torture in Takashi Miike's Audition.

Audition: Disturbing Torture Film or Black Romantic Comedy?

Audition is fairly widely regarded as one of the most disturbing Japanese horror films, if not simply one of the most disturbing horror films, worldwide. And that is a valid...