Castle Freak

Why Castle Freak Works as a Dark Family Drama

Stuart Gordon’s first feature film, Re-Animator, was one of those rare movies that became an instant cult classic. It didn’t have a huge release. It was exhibited without an...
The Houses October Built 2

Blu-Ray Review: The Houses October Built 2

The Houses October Built 2 sees the foursome from The Houses October Built back in action and touring extreme haunts once again. I really hoped that The Houses October Built 2 would improve upon some...
Idle Hands

Why Idle Hands is an Essential Horror Comedy That Never Found its Audience

Horror in the 1990’s was a very different thing from the ‘80’s. Where the previous decade produced cult classic after cult classic (with the titles that didn’t make it to theaters...
Terminator 2

4K Ultra Blu-Ray Review: Terminator 2: Judgement Day

Terminator 2 requires no introduction. It is one of the greatest sci-fi/action films of all time.  It is full of memorable dialogue; it offers up heartfelt performances; and it's full...
Samara Weaving in Mayhem

Blu-Ray Review: Mayhem is The Most Fun You’ll Have Watching a Movie This Year!

Mayhem finds a corporate employee and a young woman on the verge of having her home foreclosed upon attempt to fight their way to the top floor of an office building amidst...
Vince Vaughn stars in 'Brawl in Cell Block 99.;

DVD Review: Brawl in Cell Block 99 is a Perfect 10!

Every now and then you see a film that you just know will be a midnight movie staple ten years down the road. It’s pretty safe to assume that...

Back to the ’80s: The Funhouse

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...
Once Upon a Time at Christmas

Review: Once Upon a Time at Christmas is Worse Than a Lump of Cole...

Once Upon a Time at Christmas finds a killer Santa and Mrs. Claus wreaking havoc on a small town in the twelve days leading up to the Christmas holiday. I love...

The Binding is as Barren as its Empty Sets and Emptier Characters

In October 2015, The New York Times asked its readers, “If you could go back and kill Hitler as a baby, would you do it?” There’s no question that...
Puppet Master Curtain Call

Comic Review: Puppet Master Curtain Call #2

Warning up front: We’ll be discussing some pretty major spoilers. The previous issue of the climactic miniseries Curtain Call teased a massive fight between Toulon’s puppets and Anapa’s. This issue...
Better Watch Out

Blu-Ray Review: Better Watch Out

Better Watch Out finds high school student Ashley preparing to move of town in a couple of days. She takes a babysitting gig to distract herself from the harsh reality of the...

Back to the ’80s: Far from Home

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...
KaleidoscopeStill

Kaleidoscope Is A Psychological Thriller Sans Thrills

Kaleidoscope is one of those flicks that feels like three different movies superglued together. The first half gives you the impression it’s going to be a Hard Candy-esque “perils...
Angel season 11 #1

Comic Review: Angel Season 11 #11

Spoilers for those not quite caught up on the comics, but this is technically a spoiler for the previous issue. Now that we’ve gotten that out of the way:...
Danielle Harris in 'Inoperable'

Danielle Harris is the Highlight of the Ho-Hum Inoperable

Hallucinations. Dream sequences. The old "I Am Tyler Durden" dual character motif. Flashbacks. Every red herring plot device you can think of finds its way into Inoperable, and just...