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Spell mixes Deliverance and Misery with Hoodoo [Blu-ray Review]

Spell’s hero, Marquis T. Woods (Omari Hardwick), is a bigshot lawyer getting ready for his next case—defending against a class-action lawsuit with mostly black plaintiffs—when he gets the call that hi...

Night Stalker

The Night Stalker: The Hunt for a Serial Killer is the Docuseries Every True-Crime Buff Needs [Review]

The Night Stalker is the reason people lock their doors at night. My grandma always said, “Nothing good happens late at night,” and she was absolutely right. In fact, she remembers these upsetting cri...

Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’s Final Season Fumbles the Ending

We should probably be grateful Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is ending after just four seasons. If left to its own devices, the show could’ve jumped the shark like Riverdale did – although the argume...

Grizzly II: The Revenge

The Bears are Back in Town, Grizzly II: The Revenge Offers a Glimpse into Old-School Cinema

Grizzly II: The Revenge is a film that is supposed to be the cinematic sequel to Grizzly (1976) but it has been ‘in the making’ for 37-years. However, what it really is, is a film that was haphazardly...

The Craft: Legacy

The Craft: Legacy is a Worthy Successor to a Pivotal Film [Blu-ray Review]

There are few teen films from the ‘90s that I love more than The Craft. It was a movie that offered outsiders a sense of belonging. While the 2020 sequel, The Craft: Legacy is somewhat of a departure ...

Naked Cannibal Campers

There is More to Naked Cannibal Campers than Cheap Thrills and Schlock [Review]

Sean Donohue is one of the hardest working independent directors and producers in the industry, and he is nowhere near slowing down as he brings us his latest effort, Naked Cannibal Campers! I was fir...

A Creepshow Holiday Special Shapeshifts In Many Directions [Review]

Shudder’s Creepshow series has done an excellent job thus far giving viewers an anthology to latch onto. Capturing the spirit of what made the original George A. Romero & Stephen King collab...

The Dark and the Wicked

The Dark and the Wicked is Wickedly Dark [Blu-ray Review]

I am always a little hesitant when going into a film about the horrors of grief. I, unexpectedly, lost my first husband in September of 2016 and my life hasn’t been the same. For instance: I am ...

Black Christmas 2006 vs 1974 vs 2019 [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 ...