Latest News

‘A Wounded Fawn’ is An Invigorating Blend of Greek Mythology and Bloody Female Revenge [Review]

With a title like A Wounded Fawn, ‘70-style grainy cinematography and even credits stylized to look like fancy sloping script, you might be forgiven for thinking Travis Stevens’s latest is an impenetr...

Reviews

Restrospectives and Editorials

The Thing - Creature Comforts: The Lost Art of the Monster Movie

Practical Matters: The Frustrating Story of the ‘Thing’ Prequel We Could Have Had

2011’s The Thing has its fans. I can’t say that it’s totally maligned because if anything, more peop...

10-Years Later, ‘The Collection’ Still Rips

Making a good horror sequel is tough, so major kudos to The Collection for throwing out the rulebook...

The Hitcher Rutger Hauer

Why ‘The Hitcher’ is Still Going Strong After More than 35-Years

1986 was a really good year for horror. It gave us some of the best fun, witty, smartly balanced hor...

Return of the Living Dead 2 Was Almost a Kids Movie (Which Actually Makes Sense)

While it doesn’t get the credit of the esteemed Night of the Living Dead, the all-too-unrelated Retu...

Curtains

Peeling Back the Curtain: How Curtains Explores the Sleazier Side of Hollywood

By 1983, the slasher cycle was dying down. It had, for the most part, run its course. Halloween, Ter...

Scott Howard as a teenage werewolf in Teen Wolf.

How Teen Wolf Completely Undermines Lycanthrope Lore [And Why We Still Love It]

Lucky for Teen Wolf, the early 1980s were a grand time for movies about lycanthropes.Though the subg...