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Spider Baby - Grindhouse films that need to be rediscovered

Eight Grindhouse Movies That Need To Be Rediscovered

There is a prevalent fascination with Grindhouse cinema that persists even though most casual horror fans didn’t even know what it was ten years ago. This whole style had been long-forgotten, dug up b...

The Living Dead at Manchester Morgue

How Well Does The Living Dead At Manchester Morgue Hold Up Today?

I recently decided to give the underrated Italian gem, The Living Dead at Manchester Morgue a try and I’m glad I did. The premise of the film is simple yet effective. An incident at a petrol station i...

Dawn of the Dead - alternate cuts

Dawn of the Dead Painted the Perfect Picture of a Consumer Apocalypse

George A. Romero’s Night of the Living Dead was an absolutely revolutionary horror picture. It was made for no money but you wouldn’t know that by looking at it. And people latched onto it in a ...

The Toolbox Murders

Why The Toolbox Murders Might be the Sleaziest Art Film Ever

The original Toolbox Murders is a hard movie to pin down. It’s hard even to explain how I feel about it. At this point, I would say most people have discovered the Tobe Hooper remake. The original doe...

Black Belly of the Tarantula

Giallo Madness: Black Belly of the Tarantula

Giallo Madness is a recurring segment where Wicked Horror managing editor Tyler Doupe’ looks back on a noteworthy giallo from years past and makes a case for why it should be on your radar. The ...

Case of the Bloody Iris. Giallo Madness.

Giallo Madness: The Case of the Bloody Iris

Giallo Madness is a segment on Wicked Horror where we revisit the classic giallo films of yesteryear. We will certainly touch on titles you’ve seen before but maybe we will uncover a few hidden ...

Barbed Wire Dolls - Jess Franco's Sleaziest Movies

Jess Franco’s Top Five Sleaziest Horror Films

This week we have opted to showcase Jess Franco’s Top Five Sleaziest Horror Films! Jesús Franco was the prolific director of a series of sexploitation horror films. Owning the title of master of...


How Martin and Vampire’s Kiss are Strikingly Similar in Their Portrayal of Vampires

Whether it’s treated as an ancient bloodline or a chronic disease, vampirism has been depicted in countless forms across popular culture. Though some of the most common vampire traits include im...


Deathdream and the Horrors of War

Most people have probably heard the tale of “The Monkey’s Paw” in one form or another. The 1902 short story by W. W. Jacobs revolves around a mysterious monkey’s paw with the ability to grant three wi...

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