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Neil Maskell is Absolutely Astonishing in Bull [Review]

Neil Maskell has been acting for a long time, but the weathered Brit will probably always be best known for his harrowing performance in Kill List. Maskell’s latest starring role, in Bull, appears to ...

Barbarians Ruthlessly Tears Privileged Types Apart [Review]

Modern life is rubbish, as Blur emphatically stated all those years ago, and it doesn’t matter how much money you have or how nice your house is – there will always be things we can’t control. Barbari...

What Happens Next Will Scare You Movie Buried Alive Film Festival Review

“What Happens Next Will Scare You” Makes Horror Comedy From Clickbait [Buried Alive Film Festival Review]

What Happens Next Will Scare You is both the name of director Chris LaMartina’s latest film, and the name of the listicle its narrative characters are tasked with creating, for a Buzzfeed style ...

Ti West’s X is a Sleazy, Stylish ‘70s Throwback [Review]

Fans who were disappointed by Netflix’s recent Texas Chainsaw Massacre requel can relax, because X, Ti West’s latest, is a TCM movie in all but name. It’s also got a gator, so could reasonably be inte...

Duyster Movie Review Buried Alive Film Festival

Duyster Mixes Historical Horror And Modern Found Footage [Buried Alive Film Festival 2022 Review]

Belgian import Duyster is makes its American premiere at this year’s Buried Alive Film Festival. As the audience is informed by an opening text crawl, the scenes they are about to view are the r...

Eyes of Laura Mars is a Stylish Look at ’70s Suspense

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...

The Seed is a Debut That’s Slow to Grow, Yet Worth the Wait [Review]

Writer/Director Sam Walker’s debut The Seed is a darkly comedic, satirical mash-up, reminiscent of ’80s B-Horror. The film conjures hints of Society and Critters, and dare I say, a dash of E.T—b...

The Levenger Tapes

The Levenger Tapes Is A Found Footage Film That Should Have Stuck To One Angle

The Levenger Tapes focuses on the plight of three-college age students, a myriad of bad decisions, and the police detectives trying to track them down. Throughout the film, scenes switch between the t...

Take Back the Night Proves the Real Monsters Are Human [Review]

One of the most frequently asked, and infuriating, questions when a woman reveals she was a victim a sexual assault, is why didn’t she speak up sooner? Or, worse yet, why didn’t she just go to the pol...