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The Wraith

The Wraith [Vestron Blu-ray Review]

If you go into The Wraith expecting something serious, you are sure to be disappointed. It’s an over-the-top cheese fest. But there’s something kind of magical about that. And I find that I enjoy this...

Bluray Review: SPIRAL is a Great Example of Franchise Fresh Air

  Nine films in, one could very well ask themselves “what’s left to uncover?” From the 2004 James Wan-helmed Saw, all the way to 2017’s Jigsaw, the franchise focusing on moral ...

Vampire Classics

Not Counting the Count: Noteworthy Vampire Classics That Aren’t Dracula

Bram Stoker’s brilliant epistolary novel has terrified readers and inspired artists of all stripes since the 1890s. But Dracula isn’t the only blood-thirsty night-prowler who’s been around since Queen...

Fear Street: Part Three – 1666 is a Fitting Ending [Review]

Out of the entire Fear Street series, Part Three – 1666 was the most intriguing, at face value. This time period remains curiously under-explored in horror, particularly recently, aside from Robert Eg...

Great White is Middle of the Road Sharksploitation [Review]

Sharksploitation is tough to get right. Latest attempt Great White certainly doesn’t compare to Jaws, or even its modern counterparts Deep Blue Sea and The Shallows, but it’s not exactly rotting at th...

Eli Roth’s “Fin” is a Must-See Documentary for Shark Week

Filmmaker, Eli Roth, unveils his “scariest film” yet, Fin, by exposing the ugly truth about the mass killings of sharks and the criminal activity behind the practice. He puts himself at the center of ...

Fear Street Rentals Brings the Horror Trilogy to Life [Event Review]

Fear Street Rentals is a pop-up horror immersive experience that brings the slasher trilogy to life and takes you back in time to Shadyside in 1994, 1978, and 1666. Fear Street is a film series based ...

Urban Legends: Final Cut is Still a Solid Horror Sequel [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. Flying solo or with his co-host Zena ...

Fear Street Part Two – 1978 is a Major Step Up From Part 1 [Review]

Fear Street: Part Two – 1978, in keeping with its predecessor, kicks off with yet another obnoxious needle drop. This one, “The Man Who Sold the World,” from Nirvana’s beloved MTV Unplugged appearance...