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Alicia Silverstone’s ’90s Thrillers Lookback [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 ...

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...

The Green Knight

The Green Knight is One of the Best Films of 2021 [Blu-ray Review]

A24 has become a reliable source for quality arthouse films. Minari was a triumph last year as were Uncut Gems and Midsommar the year before. The Green Knight, the latest film from David Lowery, is no...

Old

Old is Another Hit for Shyamalan [Blu-ray Review]

M. Night Shyamalan has been surprising audiences ever since the release of The Sixth Sense in 1999. I have thoroughly enjoyed a few of his flicks, been annoyed by a few others, and found myself indiff...

Poser Nightstream 2021 Movie Review

Poser Is A Music-Fueled Mania That Isn’t Quite The Thriller It Appears To Be [Nightstream Film Festival Review]

Poser is set in Columbus, Ohio, but the sort of indie music scene it depicts will be familiar to anyone who grew up in a moderately sized city. They all have a neighborhood where the buildings are cru...

Landlocked Nightstream Film Festival Movie Review

LandLocked Is A Low Fi Look At The Menace Of Nostalgia [Nightstream Film Festival Review]

LandLocked was one of the virtual premiers at the 2021 Nightstream film festival, and marks the narrative feature debut for documentarian, writer, and director Paul Owens. In addition to location shoo...

Escape Room: Tournament of Champions

Escape Room Tournament of Champions Proves Less is More [Blu-ray Review]

How does the old adage go? Less is more. Yes. And that has been proven again by Escape Room: Tournament of Champions. The follow up effort has some interesting ideas but ultimately loses its way by tr...

Christian Bale in American Psycho

American Psycho [Steelbook Review]

American Psycho was released in theaters back in 2000. Based off of the novel from Bret Easton Ellis, the film follows Patrick Bateman (Christian Bale) as he evolves from Wall Street yuppie into psych...

Name Above Title Nightstream Film Festival Movie Review

Name Above Title Is A Visually Extravagant Experimental Exercise In Neo Giallo [Nightstream Film Festival Review]

Name Above Title (AKA Um Fio de Baba Escarlate) opens with a gorgeous tracking shot. We follow a nameless young woman(Joana Ribeiro) through a raucous high end rooftop party. She wobbles in her silver...