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Legions is a Fresh Addition to the Possession Horror Subgenre [Review]

Fans of horror that blends multiple genres may want to set their sites on Legions, the latest film from writer/director Fabian Forte. Legions’ storyline is rooted in the horror of demons and possessio...

There’s Something Wrong With the Children

There’s Something Wrong with the Children Will Make You Think Twice About Having Kids [Review]

When it comes to horror, creepy children make for a great storyline. While this trope can be overused, if it’s done right, it’s undeniably effective. With that in mind, I’m pleased to be singing...

M3GAN Doesn’t Go Nearly As Hard As You’re Expecting [Review]

Following hot on the heels of 5-Cream is M3GAN, the latest bizarro offering from Malignant and Hell Fest co-writer Akela Cooper. Unlike those movies, however, this sci-fi shocker is rated PG-13 (15A i...

It’s Tough to Resist the Gleeful Madness of ‘The Murder Podcast’ [Review]

True crime is all the rage right now, from “My Favorite Murder” to Only Murders in the Building, so it makes complete sense that intrepid podcasters and lifelong best buds Chad (Andrew McDermott) and ...

Red Christmas is Colorful Holiday Chaos [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...

Scare Package II: Rad Chad’s Revenge is a Riotously Funny Take on Horror Sequels [Review]

2019’s Scare Package was a fabulously gory and hilariously funny revelation from creative duo Aaron B. Koontz and Cameron Burns that made V/H/S look like the pretentious waffle it is while further emp...

Kurtis David Harder’s Influencer Will Scare You Offline [Advance Review]

The premise of Influencer, Kurtis David Harder’s highly-anticipated follow-up to his chilling queer horror Spiral, will make you think twice about sharing photos of your face online. Hell, it might sc...

The Leech Proves No Good Deed Goes Unpunished [Review]

Horror fan favorites Graham Skipper and Jeremy Gardner go toe-to-toe in Eric Pennycoff’s The Leech, which is the kind of Christmas movie that makes you want to hide inside and refuse to see anyone dur...

‘A Wounded Fawn’ is An Invigorating Blend of Greek Mythology and Bloody Female Revenge [Review]

With a title like A Wounded Fawn, ‘70-style grainy cinematography and even credits stylized to look like fancy sloping script, you might be forgiven for thinking Travis Stevens’s latest is an impenetr...