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Pet Sematary Two Oozes Fun and Terror [The Rabid Dog’s House]

The Rabid Dog’s House is a recurring feature at Wicked Horror where contributor Justin Steele uncovers hidden gems, lost classics, and overlooked indie offerings with a little bite. Flying solo or wit...

Nina Forever

5 Great Rom-Zom-Coms (That Aren’t Shaun Of The Dead)

Shaun Of The Dead was released a whopping eighteen-years ago and in its wake there have been many, lesser pretenders to the throne–hell, the flick coined its own sub-genre, the lovingly-titled r...

‘The Lair’ Doesn’t Live Up to Its Tantalizing Premise [Review]

Horror and action are two genres that can be tough to blend. The Lair, the latest directorial effort from Neil Marshall (The Descent) attempts to do just that. The story kicks off when Royal Air Force...

Something in the Dirt is Another Benson-Moorhead Mind-bender [Review]

The arrival of a new Benson-Moorhead joint will always be cause for celebration. The enigmatic, fan-favorite duo, who have made telling wild, borderline impenetrable sci-fi stories their bread and but...

Haunt Needs to be Added to Your Halloween Watchlist [The Rabid Dog’s House]

The Rabid Dog’s House is a recurring feature at Wicked Horror where contributor Justin Steele uncovers hidden gems, lost classics, and overlooked indie offerings with a little bite. Flying solo or wit...

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 subgenre forged its roots nearly 70-years prior with the aptly titled The Werewolf (1913), something was...

The Kindred Smashes on Special Edition Blu-Ray

The Kindred starts out feeling like a kitchen sink movie. An unnamed driver gets into a serious car accident. While he’s braindead on the way to the hospital, a van runs the ambulance off the road. Th...

Alma

La Llorona Screams into the Criterion Collection [Blu-Ray Review]

La Llorona was one of the best films of 2020. Director/co-writer Jayro Bustamante’s story follows the family of General Enrique Monteverde (Julio Diaz). He’s a military leader on trial for...

Eve’s Bayou

Eve’s Bayou Remains Astonishing [Criterion Blu-ray Review]

Eve’s Bayou is just about as good as cinema will ever get. Writer-director Kasi Lemmons’ 1997 debut is a deeply resonant work that marries the possibilities of imagination with the power of reminiscen...