Ichi the Killer

Blu-Ray Review: Ichi the Killer is a Stunning Restoration of One of Takashi Miike’s...

Ichi the Killer is one of the most influential movies of the early 2000s. It is absolutely one of the standout films from director Takashi Miike, which says a...

Review: Prodigy Is A Tense, Expertly Contained Psycho-Thriller

Demon kids have been de rigeur in horror since scary movies were a thing, from Children of the Corn to Orphan. In fact, according to certain people, all horror...
Demon House

Review: Demon House Takes You Where Evil Lives

Hell has an address and it's in Gary, Indiana. Demon House the new documentary from Zak Bagans of the hit series Ghost Adventures dares to take viewers into Gary's most infamous house. In 2014...
The-Strangers-Prey-at-Night-Scare

Review: The Strangers: Prey at Night is a Long-Awaited Disappointment

The Strangers was released in 2008 and was generally positively regarded by the horror community. The aloof, controlled nature of the killers paired with their apathetic victim selection strategy...
Giles #1

Comic Review: Buffy Season 11: Giles #1

Things have not been easy for Giles since his resurrection at the end of season nine. Angel, remorseful for what he had done under the influence of Twilight, sought...
A scene from the 2018 film Midnighters.

Review: Midnighters (2018) is a Mystery Movie Most Mundane

The latest from IFC Midnight - the almost-too-appropriately-titled Midnighters - is a movie that starts off like a gory morality play, suddenly becomes a generic home invasion picture and...
Pumpkinhead

Comic Review: Pumpkinhead #1 is the Sequel You’ve Been Waiting For

Full disclosure, Pumpkinhead has long been one of my favorite horror movies, dating back to childhood. It’s something that I immediately gravitated to because of the jaw-droppingly horrific monster...
The Dream Child

Why Dream Child is the Least Effective Nightmare on Elm Street

The Nightmare on Elm Street franchise remains, to this day, one of the most acclaimed of all time. Unlike contemporaries like Friday the 13th and Halloween, every Elm Street...

Review: Like Me Is A Visually Arresting, Reality-Bending And Shockingly Timely Internet Horror

Given that this moment in time is simultaneously characterised by the marginalised members of our society standing up and refusing to take any more shit, and dumb kids with...

Review: The Housemaid Is A Nifty, Gorgeously Conceived Little Ghost Story

The Housemaid is a ghost story told against the backdrop of a war-torn country filled with horrors very much of the real world. The setting is French-occupied Vietnam in...
Day of the Dead: Bloodline

Blu Ray Review: Day of the Dead: Bloodline

George A. Romero never cottoned to the use of the word “zombies” to describe the “ghouls” in his genre defining debut, Night of the Living Dead. As he wrote...
Hellraiser: Judgment

Blu-Ray Review: Hellraiser Judgment is a Substantial Improvement Over The Past Several Franchise Entries

Detectives Sean and David Carter are hot on the trail of a sadistic serial killer dubbed The Preceptor when they stumble upon a bizarre ring of sadism and iniquity that can't...
Going to Pieces

Seven Horror Reference Books Every Fan Should Read

There’s a great point during the process of becoming a horror movie fan where you begin to get this urge to see everything. Whatever you hear about, you want...
Keep Watching

Review: Keep Watching Will Inspire Viewers to Do Anything But

Keep Watching sees a family terrorized by a group of strangers. Adding to the intensity,  their every move is being streamed for a live audience. The only rule: Kill or be killed. The...
Gothic

Vestron Blu-Ray Review: Gothic

Gothic sees five famous friends coming together to bring their deepest fears to life. The experience then leads to the creation of more than one great literary work. On the guest list...