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Freeway is a Fearless Modern Fairy Tale [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 ...

Incredible Violence

Incredible Violence is a Stunning Nightmare that is Worth Your Time [Review]

Incredible Violence is a nightmare that will put you through a hell of a ride as its storyline unfolds. The  film follows G. Patrick Condon (played by Stephen Oates of Frontier) a filmmaker who begins...

Tucker & Dale Vs. Evil

Tucker & Dale vs. Evil is a Brilliant Black Comedy [Retrospective]

Tucker & Dale vs. Evil is the hilarious story of two best friends that set out to restore a cabin in the woods but wind up getting more than they bargained for when they encounter the forces of un...

vampire

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...

Why Beetlejuice is an unsung antihero of horror - Michael Keaton Beetlejuice - That One Time Beetlejuice Almost Went Hawaiian - Beetlejuice 2

Why Beetlejuice is an Unsung Antihero of Horror

In the post-suburban American nightmare that Tim Burton fashioned with his 1988 classic Beetlejuice, the titular ghoul proves himself to be a cruel trickster, a manipulative demon, and a gleeful agent...

Fight Club 2 - Comic

Comic Review: Fight Club 2, Issue 9

As penultimate installment emerges, Chuck Palahniuk’s Fight Club 2 begins to bear a bit more cohesion than previously suggested. Even then, it can still be hard to follow some of the motivations at pl...

Fight Club 2 - Comic

Comic Review: Fight Club 2, Issue 8

Perhaps needless to say, Fight Club 2 is a bit convoluted. At times, it’s easy to question why this tale was segmented into separate issues. Sometimes the episodic structure just doesn’t really work. ...

Fight Club 2 - Comic

Comic Review: Fight Club 2, Issue 6

Every solid sequel needs a brief moment of transition. This isn’t at all different in Fight Club 2’s sixth issue, which refrains from much of the heavy, proverbial movement the series has established ...

Book Review: Something at the Window is Scratching Vol. 1 by Roman Dirge

Something at the Window is Scratching Vol. 1 (SATWIS) by Roman Dirge is the full color re-release of a book by the same name released by SlaveLabor Graphics in 1998. The poems were written by Dirge, a...

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