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...

Five Horror Novelizations worth a Closer Look

A now dying art for fans of the horror genre, the novelization once enhanced the experience for the carnage obsessed bookworm. Arguably a way for the filmmakers to further cash...
Class of 1999

Vestron Blu-Ray Review: Class of 1999

Class of 1999 takes place in a future where gangs rule the streets and even the schools in some cities. When robotic teachers with homicidal tendencies take over the classrooms...
Western/Horror Film Hybrids that work surprisingly well. Vampires.

Six Vampire Novels That Went Widely Overlooked

While they may have faded from the teen fiction world in recent years, vampire novels have always dominated genre literature and haven’t really gone away. The Strain trilogy by Guillermo del Toro...

Back to the ’80s: Firestarter

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...
Jigsaw

Blu-Ray Review: Jigsaw is a Mixed Bag

Jigsaw sees a series of crimes similar to those committed by John Kramer and his followers. The surprising thing is that the late John Kramer appears to be behind the...
The Living Dead at Manchester Morgue

How Well Does The Living Dead At Manchester Morgue Hold Up Today?

I recently decided to give the underrated Italian gem, The Living Dead at Manchester Morgue a try and I’m glad I did. The premise of the film is simple yet...
Puppet Master

Comic Review: Puppet Master: Curtain Call #3 – The Final Chapter!

Spoilers Ahead. The final chapter is here. After three years, the Puppet Master comic series has come to a close. I’m sad to see it go, I wish I could...

Review: Delirium is Competent but Unsatisfying

Delirium opens with Billy (Troy Osterberg) walking up a trail toward an abandoned, and allegedly haunted, mansion. He climbs down a ladder into a pool. A red ball bounces...
Pennywise IT - Stephen King - Cary Fukunaga

Blu-ray Review: IT Gives a New Generation Good Reason to be Terrified of Clowns!

IT sees a group of friends banding together in an attempt to defeat a sadistic clown who is systematically murdering the youngsters of Derry, Maine. The Losers' Club, as they are dubbed, quickly...
insidious-the-last-key

Review: Insidious: The Last Key is the Highlight of the Franchise

If mainstream review websites are to be believed, Insidious: The Last Key is the latest installment in another horror franchise which has overstayed its welcome. The reviews claim the...
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...