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: Downrange’s Simple Premise Leads to a Simply Bad Film

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: Six stunningly attractive but vapid teenagers are driving through the middle of nowhere when they’re stopped by unexpected car trouble. In...
Halloween 6

Why Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers Actually Isn’t a Bad Film

Every once in a great while, a horror film is released that is universally embraced by fans from all walks of life. From the superb writing, visionary direction and stellar acting,...

Blu-Ray Review: Flowers in the Attic (U.K. Release)

A special treat was released in March for those fond of Jeffrey Bloom’s 1987 adaptation of Flowers in the Attic. At least, for fans living in the United Kingdom. Arrow...
Corey Feldman in Corbin Nash (2018.)

Vampire caper Corbin Nash arrives D.O.A. to V.O.D.

While watching Corbin Nash, I couldn't help but think about this one article Roger Ebert wrote about how painful it is to review bad movies for a living. At the time, I...

Ghost Stories Relies on Jump Scares to Spice Up a Preachy, Boring Riff on...

Ghost Stories follows Professor Phillip Goodman (Andy Nyman), an atheist who has dedicated his life to debunking paranormal phenomenon. His hero, Dr. Charles Cameron, had done similar work before disappearing...

Season Two of The Handmaid’s Tale Delivers on Suspense and Substance

Freedom is fleeting. The first three episodes from the second season of The Handmaid’s Tale continue the story of June Osborne (Elisabeth Moss). Opening the first episode is a harrowing...

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...

The Shape of Water is Visually Enchanting

Four Oscars achieved should be enough reason for you to watch The Shape of Water. Guillermo del Toro at the helm should further the assertion that you need to...