Poster for Drew Goddard's The Cabin in the Woods. Things you probably didn't know about Cabin in the Woods.

Cabin in the Woods Review – An Exceptional Horror Film

A group of college friends take to a cabin in the woods for a weekend getaway. In true horror film fashion, the students do some screwing, things go awry,...
Box art for Ed Hunt's Bloody Birthday.

Bloody Birthday Retrospective – A So Bad it’s Good Masterpiece

Three children that were born on the eve of an eclipse are preparing for a giant celebration in honor of their tenth birthday. Because their birth occurred during an...
Poster for Glenn Ciano's Inkubus.

Inkubus Review – Supernatural Slasher Feature

A rural police station is put to the test when an ages old specter strolls in with a severed head in hand. The wraith soon proves that he is...
Poster for Eric England's Madison County.

Madison County Review – Backwoods Slasher

A group of students travel to Madison County with the intent of interviewing a local author. The author wrote a book profiling a man that is reportedly responsible for...
Poster for Scott Spiegel's Intruder.

Intruder Retrospective – Super Market Slasher

The night crew at a Detroit area grocery store learns that the shop will soon be closing its doors for good. The employees take to marking down all product...
Movie poster for Joe Dante's The Hole.

The Hole (2009) Review – Family Friendly Terror

After relocating, brothers Dane and Lucas discover a bottomless pit in the basement of their new home that knows their worst fears and uses them to torment the boys....

Cube Retrospective – A Cerebral Character Study

A group of strangers wake up inside a giant contraption. Each one of them possesses a unique characteristic or skill that can aid the group in their plight to...
The poster art for Andrzej Sekula's Cube 2.

Cube 2: Hypercube Retrospective – An Inferior Follow Up

Cube 2: Hypercube finds another batch of strangers waking up to discover they are imprisoned by a mechanism that is laden with traps. As far as anyone can tell, there...
Poster for Ernie Barbarash's Cube Zero.

Cube Zero Retrospective – The Origins of the Cube

A group of strangers wake up in a giant cube-shaped infrastructure with no recollection of how they got there and no idea how to escape. Guards in a control...
Poster art for J. Lee Thompson's Happy Birthday to Me.

Happy Birthday to Me Retrospective – A Giallo-Inspired Slasher

A deviant in black gloves is eradicating the coolest clique at The Crawford Academy, The Top Ten. The killer’s identity is a mystery. We know only that he or...
Poster for Peter Hyams' End of Days.

End of Days Retrospective – Big Budget Action Horror Hybrid

Jericho, an ex-cop who now works for a private security firm, learns that a young woman has been targeted to bear The Devil’s baby and bring about the end...
Less Popular Horror. Poster for Robert Hiltzik's Sleepaway Camp.

Sleepaway Camp Retrospective – A So Bad it’s Good Summer Camp Slasher

Cousins Angela (Felissa Rose) and Ricky (Jonathan Tiersten) pack up and head out for a summer of fun at Camp Arawak. Their idyllic retreat by the lake begins as...
Poster for Jonathan Stryker's Curtains.

Curtains Retrosective – A Forgotten Canadian Slasher

The 1983 film Curtains is very much a lost classic of the ‘80s. It is a bit bizarre and a little unorthodox for a slasher movie but it does...
Poster for Kevin Tenney's Witchboard.

Witchboard Retrospective – Wicked Ouija Board

In Witchboard, a group of friends pull out a Ouija Board at a party to make contact with the spirit world. In the process, an entity latches onto Linda, one...
Poster for Richard Franklin's Road Games.

Road Games Retrospective – A Hitchcockian Suspense Thriller

Quid is a long haul truck driver working in the Southern Hemisphere. To stay alert and keep his brain active, he plays road games with himself while he is...