Back to the ’80s: Heathers

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...

The Shape of Water is Visually Enchanting

Four Oscars achieved should be enough reason for you to watch The Shape of Water. Guillermo del Toro at the helm should further the assertion that you need to...

Review: Unsane Is A Terrifyingly Realistic Portrayal Of How Women Are Disbelieved

To live in this world as a woman is to be constantly on edge. Afraid of who might be lurking around the corner, at the end of the street,...
Friday the 13th

Six Reasons We’re Still Nostalgic For ’80s Horror

The 1980s are considered by a great number of fans to be the golden age of horror cinema. A lot of people grew up in the era, so it...
Subspecies

Comic Review: Subspecies #1 is a Strong Start to Radu’s Comeback

Action Lab proved to be able to take the reigns of a B-Movie franchise and completely reinvigorate it with Puppet Master. Their other Full Moon-related titles have brought on...

Review: Followers Proves Internet Horror Is Here To Stay

Internet horror is so hot right now. And why shouldn't it be? Facebook is stealing our data, Twitter is turning us all into hate-filled monsters, and Instagram is...well, according...

Review: Imitation Girl Asks, What’s a Doppleganger to Someone Leading a Double Life?

According to researchers at Princeton, there are two types of thinking. System 1 thinking is quick. You use it constantly. Driving to work, you use it to decide when...
Children of the Corn Runaway

Blu-Ray Review: Children of the Corn: Runaway is a Surprising Step Up

The Children of the Corn franchise has been suffering as long as it has been a franchise. The first movie has become a cult favorite, but definitely has its...
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...