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‘In a Violent Nature’ is Grisly and Vicious But That’s Not Necessarily Enough [Review]

In a Violent Nature, a new Canadian slasher from writer/director Chris Nash, is extremely deliberate in its concept and execution. Because of that, In a Violent Nature has many strengths, but just as ...

‘Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga’ is Enormously Entertaining [Review]

Try to name another blockbuster action franchise where there would be characters with names like Scrotus, Erectus, and Dementus. You can’t. Neither can I. That’s because no other franchise would...

Island Zero Review

‘Island Zero’ Proves Not All that Starts Well Ends Well [Review]

Island Zero starts well. First time director Josh Gerritsen does good work making viewers afraid of a monster without showing them what it is from the start. The film opens with a very drunk man singi...

The Girl Next Door (2007) review

‘The Girl Next Door’ (2007) is Terrifying and Intense [Review]

The Girl Next Door (2007) is based on the Jack Ketchum novel of the same name. The film takes inspiration from a series of terrifying real-life events. Gregory Wilson directed this jarring picture. Th...

Matriarch

‘Matriarch’ is an Absolute Must See [Review]

A Mother’s love knows no bounds in Scott Vickers’s low-budget gem Matriarch. The film sees laid back Matt and mom-to-be Rachel seeking refuge after a car crash leaves them stranded on a re...

Slither Slides Smoothly Between Sci Fi Horror and Comedy [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...

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‘Butcher Baker Nightmare Maker’ Shines Bright in New Severin 4K Release [Review]

The new Severin release of Butcher Baker Nightmare Maker in 4K offers a great way to revisit the blood-soaked ’80s classic or to discover it for the first time. You’ll find surprises of ma...

A Field in England

Ben Wheatley’s ‘A Field in England’ is Tragically Underrated, Existing at the Intersection of Psychological Terror and Folk Horror

Surreal yet impressively realistic, Ben Wheatley’s A Field in England introduces us to a new wave of folk horror—an exploration of the psyche and an experiment in the experimental. While the main char...

‘The Devil’s Honey’ is a Deranged, Steamy Classic [4K Ultra HD Review]

To start, I am a massive fan of sexually-charged thrillers. Admittedly maybe a little bit too much. Anyone who catches a glimpse of my TV screen at any given time, or sees what is on my watchlist, mig...