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Is It Just Me, Or Is Tusk A Really Great Example Of Body Horror?

In this regular series, a Wicked Horror writer presents an unpopular opinion about a particular genre offering and asks the oft-repeated question, “Is it just me?” In this installment, Joey Keogh argu...

The Other Side of the Door

‘The Other Side of the Door’ Should Probably Stay Shut

“Sometimes, dead is better…” Among the most iconic lines from terror cinema, Fred Gwynne’s delivery of this universal forewarning in Pet Sematary resonates further with a familiar and comforting grace...

Electric Nostalgia

Classic tension and technological horror collide in ‘Electric Nostalgia’ from Jacob Burns

Startled awake, a woman emerges from a vat of undisclosed oil and mucus. A glistening, open hand breaks the surface of the gelatinous medley, like an unworldly creature finally taking form from a prim...

Prometheus: Life and Death

Comic Review: Prometheus: Life and Death Issue 1

In the midst of the aftershock of 2012’s Prometheus and on the verge of Ridley Scott’s Alien: Covenant, the hunger for Xenomorph nirvana is more rampant than ever. Fortunately, Dark Horse’s Prometheus...

xtro monster

Cult Corner: Xtro

Welcome to Cult Corner where we dive through the bargain bins to determine if a movie is trash or treasure. Today’s pick… Harry Bromley Davenport’s Xtro. Xtro is kind of an odd movie and i...

Fight Club 2 - Comic

Comic Review: Fight Club 2, Issue 7

The first pages of Fight Club 2’s latest issue reiterates a fact that many may be reluctant to accept: This is a comic book and Palahniuk isn’t afraid to adopt the appropriate conventions when necessa...

Comic Review: The Steam Man, Issue 1

Competing with the likes of Paul Bunyan for the hardest big guy in the West, The Steam Man sows the seed of a solid, steam-punk myth. It does have a bit of a prerequisite, being derived in part from E...

Bite [Frightfest 2015 Review]

Along with The Hallow, Bite was THE must-watch movie of Frightfest 2015, its reputation for making punters vomit and pass out preceding it and leaving body horror fans salivating with anticipation. Bi...

Why David Cronenberg Gets Heat for His Portrayal of Female Characters

David Cronenberg is one of the best directors that the horror genre has ever known. He burst onto the scene with Shivers, which was made for very little money. This was a statement against a conservat...