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Argento’s Opera Hits All the Right Notes [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 ...

Bloodthirsty

Bloodthirsty Brings Diversity and Depth to Werewolf Horror

Horror fans looking for a new twist on the werewolf sub-genre should check out Bloodthirsty. The film features a female-driven cast and crew and features original music from co-writer Lowell. Bloodthi...

Deadly Cuts is Deadly Buzz [Review]

You know you’re in for a treat when a movie is confident enough to throw out a truly great joke within its first thirty seconds. Deadly Cuts, the debut feature from writer-director Rachel Carey, revol...

Essential Listening: The Call of the Void

There’s something festering in the swamps of New Orleans. Something ancient. Something evil. When this entity is responsible for a bizarre illness plaguing the city and the disappearance of his ...

Honeydew is Stomach Churning Entertainment [Review]

Given the bleak state of affairs going on just about everywhere, a newfound worry of mine is movies that aim to bombard its audience with dread will be overlooked or even ignored in favor of something...

Rose Williams in The Power

Corinna Faith’s The Power is a Stirringly Meditative Ghost Story [Review]

Corinna Faith’s The Power is, on its surface, the kind of rickety old ghost story we’ve seen a million times over. Figures lurk in the darkness and frequently grab at the long-suffering protagonist, w...

Godzilla vs. Kong

Godzilla vs. Kong offers splashy visual excitement with a dose of old school awe [REVIEW]

Godzilla vs. Kong is performing epically, at least in pandemic box office terms, and it’s easy to understand why. The film delivers grand blockbuster entertainment. It’s a slugfest with breathta...

Doppelgänger Stories

Nine Doppelgänger Stories That Will Make You Scared to Look In The Mirror

Much horror literature plays on our fear and fascination with the person we see in the mirror: a fear of what we’re hiding or don’t know about ourselves, a fear of who we’ve been and who we could beco...

Ethan

The Arbors Goes Beyond Creature Feature Basics [Review]

The Arbors is one of the more emotional horror films I’ve experienced this year. At first glance it’s a creature feature, but plays out more as a psychological thriller. Ethan (Drew Matthews) is a rec...