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2016 horror The Autopsy of Jane Doe.

Blood on my Sofa: Hate From The Autopsy of Jane Doe

Welcome to Blood on my Sofa! Each month I will be providing you with a movie recommendation. It won’t be just any movie, but a movie I watched during the previous month that really rocked my wor...

Velvet Buzzsaw

Velvet Buzzsaw is Bloody Bonkers [Review]

​Velvet Buzzsaw is an odd film. It wears its oddness proudly, like a strategically chosen Versace blouse. ​As a follow-up to the deathly serious but otherwise empty Roman J. Israel Esq., it makes zero...

Lords of Chaos

Evil Has Found a New Home with Lords Of Chaos [Review]

Welcome to Norway in the late 1980’s; a land of wealth, a high rate of suicide and Kings with really cool top hats. Now, meet Øystein Aarseth (aka Euronymous) who may seem like your average angs...

Escape Room

Escape Room is a Gnarly Little Multiplex-Pleaser [Review]

​​There are two movies called Escape Room out at the moment. One of them, which can currently be found on Netflix, should be avoided at all costs. The other is this little banger, from Adam Robitel (T...

Fight Club 3

Fight Club 3, Issue One is a Resounding Return to Form [Comic Review]

Three years after the conclusion of Chuck Palahniuk’s unexpected sequel, Fight Club 2, Tyler Durden is still the only constant. Following a climax as meta as it was jarring, Fight Club 3 anchors itsel...

The Golem

The Golem is Quite Simply Not Scary [Review]

Doran and Yoav Paz stepped onto the horror scene with their 2015 Israeli horror film, Jeruzalem. Jerusalem is one of the most historic cities in the world and finally having the brilliance to set a zo...

Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Buffy the Vampire Slayer #1 is a Wholly Refreshing Reboot [Comic Review]

It was honestly surreal to read the first issue of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, from Jordie Bellaire, Dan Mora and Raul Angulo. That’s not at all to say it was a bad experience—in fact, far from it—but i...

Suspiria (2018) casts a Powerful but Polarizing Spell [Blu-ray Review]

Suspiria begins in a divided 1977 Berlin, Germany. The film opens with dance student Patricia Hingle (Chloe Grace Moretz) as she is succumbing to madness. Meanwhile, an American dancer named Susie Ban...

Runaway

Back to the ’80s: Runaway

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 category a particular film falls under...