Lair of the White Worm

Blu-Ray Review: The Lair of the White Worm

Of all the films to get the amazing Blu-ray treatment from Vestron, Lair of the White Worm is definitely one of the ones that deserves it the most. It’s...

Back to the ’80s: Lady in White

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...

Not Quite Horror: Silence (2017)

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

Review: Split Is A Smart, Fast-paced Thriller To Ring In The New Year

M. Night Shyamalan is back with a vengeance, with Split, a psychological thriller revolving around Kevin Crumb (played by James McAvoy, otherwise known as the young Charles Xavier in...

Short Review: Blind Date Shows Great Promise For Its Writer-Directo

Blind Date is a short horror feature written and directed by Rob Rotondo, who is no stranger to the scene. While Blind Date is his first writing and directing...
Romeo's Distress

Review: Romeo’s Distress

Romeo’s Distress is, frankly, the kind of movie I miss getting to see. It’s not something we get much of anymore, which is strange considering the sheer amount of people...

Blu-Ray Review – Train to Busan Keeps the Zombie Genre Alive (Undead?)

It begins with the resurrection of a dead deer on the road, and ends with an exciting and startlingly emotional climax that will make you excited about zombie movies...
Unboxing Horror Block

Horror Block Unboxing – December 2016

Nerd Block is a subscription mystery box that delivers geeky collectibles right to your door each month. You can choose whatever theme box you are into–there’s the Classic Block, Arcade...

Review: The Bye Bye Man Should Go Bye Bye

The title should have given it away. No movie with "bye bye" as part of its name could ever conceivably be scary, right? Not less one rated PG-13 (it...

Review: Bad Kids Of Crestview Academy Does Exactly What It Says On The Tin

Teenage horror had a big year in 2016 with the releases of Yoga Hosers, Nerve and, if you're across the pond in the UK, the terrific The Final Girls....

Not Quite Horror: Hunger (2008)

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

Phantasm Remastered: Blu-Ray Review

In Phantasm, a small Oregon town joins a growing number of cities that has been taken over by a grave robber known as The Tall Man. Three friends start to suspect that...

Not Quite Horror: The Best Of 2016

It's been a scary year all round, but at least that means we've got more and more spooky stuff seeping into the otherwise normal fare showing 'round the local...
Black Christmas

Five Horror Films from 1974 That Helped Define the Genre

The 1970's witnessed a massive change in the landscape of horror cinema. This was horror for a post-Vietnam world. The atomic age horrors were gone. Ancient ruined castles and...
Rob Zombie's 31

Rob Zombie’s 31 is More of the Same

Set in 1975, 31 zeroes in on five people kidnapped in the days leading up to Halloween. They are brought to a place called Murder World where they must fight for their...