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The Send-Off is a Black Comedy About the Cynical Side of Hollywood [Review]

The Send-Off is a black comedy/drama about fictional Emmy award winning actor, Dan Richards, played by Zachary Ray Sherman (Under the Banner of Heaven), who holds a last-minute party for himself after...

‘The Exorcist: Believer’ is a Shameless Cash Grab [Review]

It’s been fifty years since The Exorcist was unleashed on the general public. Fifty! The Exorcist had a profound impact on me the first time I watched it. I had never heard of an exorcism before...

Saw X Sucks [Review]

The Saw franchise has been running for almost 20 years, but what began as a lean, mean, unabashed Se7en rip-off has morphed into the kind of ugly, monotonous gore-fest that people who believe Art the ...

No One Will Save You

‘No One Will Save You’ is Visual Storytelling at its Finest [Review]

As a movie fan, I love a good screenplay. I love the art of witty dialogue between characters. I love watching actors perform monologues that enhance the character and move the story along. I love the...

Condition of Return

‘Condition of Return’ Shows What’s Possible When the Devil Gets His Due [Review]

While I’m a big fan of the supernatural, sometimes I’m in the mood for a story about the horrors of humanity. Condition of Return caught my immediate interest upon reading the synopsis, as it marries ...

‘Shaky Shivers’ is Way Too Much Fun [Review]

Actor Sung Kang has generated an enormous amount of goodwill through his work in the Fast and Furious franchise, to the extent that his fan favorite character, Han, was technically brought back from t...

Night of the Demons Parties Hard with a Fun and Scary Time [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...

tenebrae

Tenebrae Reigns Supreme on 4K UHD [Review]

Folks of all sorts love to refer to Howard Hawks’s maxim: “A good movie is three great scenes and no bad ones.” Even if you buy it, you must concede that there’s always an exception that makes the rul...

‘We Kill for Love: The Lost World of the Erotic Thriller’ [Review]

We Kill for Love is a sprawling epic of a documentary covering the once prosperous, undeniably exciting world of direct-to-video erotic thrillers. Also known as soft-core, or erotica, this film genre ...