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City of the Living Dead 1981

City of the Living Dead: Fulci’s Strangest or Most Effective Movie?

Lucio Fulci did not make movies with traditional plot or character arcs. He wasn’t interested in these things. His films relied heavily on atmosphere. They showcased gory effects that would shock and ...

Exclusive Interview–Filmmaker Jared Bratt

Wicked Horror had the opportunity to chat with filmmaker Jared Bratt about his influences as a filmmaker, the challenges of working on a short versus a full length feature, and what’s next on th...

How a Low-Budget 90’s Vampire Movie Predicted the Next Decade of Horror Filmmaking

[soliloquy id=”17678″] While theatrical horror was few and far between in the 1990’s, the decade marked a boom in straight-to-video genre film releases. More and more content was being mad...

The opening title screen to the monster cartoon Drak Pack.

Saturday Mournings: Drak Pack

Saturday Mournings is a recurring segment on Wicked Horror where we revisit some of the greatest horror-inspired cartoons from years past. On the inaugural installment of the segment, we are looking b...

New on Netflix

New on Netflix

New on Netflix is a weekly feature appearing every Friday, listing all of the week’s newest additions to everyone’s favorite streaming service–and just in time for the weekend!  So pop some popcorn, c...

Jason Voorhees mug shot

A Response to The New Republic: In Defense of Horror Fans

I’m writing this primarily as a fan. I have loved the genre as long as I can remember and it means the world to me. This article, which comes from The New Republic, points out all the dangerous compon...

gorgeous white collar star matt bomer makes an appearance in american horror story freak show.

Bloody Bomer–Remembering Gorgeous Matt Bomer in AHS Freak Show

So I’m late, inexcusably late, in my American Horror Story viewing. I’m still playing catch up and have just finished episode five of Freak Show, “Pink Cupcakes”, in which the utterly gorgeous White C...

Tales from the Crypt.

The Terrible Trials of Tales from the Crypt

When Max Gaines first began EC Comics in the 1940s, the ‘E’ stood for ‘Educational’, and the last things that he had on his mind were vampires, werewolves, and walking corpses. In fact, his premiere t...

Tobe Hooper

Disaster/Artist: The Mind-Boggling Career of Tobe Hooper

Of all the masters of horror, Tobe Hooper has the most confounding career. He’s done enough to earn the title, but not enough to stand comfortably beside contemporaries like John Carpenter and Wes Cra...