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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...

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 Estate is a Fast-Paced and Fun Comedic Thriller

It’s been a while since I’ve watched a thriller with intentional humor in the mix. I knew from the start that The Estate was a dark comedy, and it delivered beyond my expectations.  George (Chris Bake...

Boys from County Hell

Boys from County Hell Blends Horror with Humor and Heart

In my book reviews, I’ve often mentioned the “Triple Threat” of horror, humor, and heart. I’m introducing the term here because it also applies to stories on the screen. When these aspects are present...

The Little Broomstick Rider Takes DIY to the Next Level

When the world fell to its knees as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, filmmaker Matteo Bernardini was faced with the same boredom and mundane routine that come with being in quarantine. While th...

One Cut of the Dead is the Best Comedy of the Year [Review]

Representing such morbid concepts like disease, doing the unspeakable for the sake of survival and obviously mortality, zombies are easily one of the most grisly of all the movie monsters. The zombie ...

Severance.

Severance is a Brilliant Horror Comedy [Retrospective]

Severance finds the employees of an international arms manufacturer setting off on a teambuilding retreat. When a fallen tree blocks the path to their destination, the workers are forced to take an un...

Idle Hands

Idle Hands is an Essential Horror Comedy That Never Found its Audience

Horror in the 1990’s was a very different thing from the ‘80’s. Where the previous decade produced cult classic after cult classic (with the titles that didn’t make it to theaters becoming big hits on...

Review: Prevenge Makes Pregnancy Scary Again

Hell hath no fury like a pregnant woman scorned in Alice Lowe’s directorial debut (for which she also wrote the screenplay, and takes the starring role), the audacious, bizarre and gruesomely hi...