Home » horror comedy

horror comedy

Nina Forever

5 Great Rom-Zom-Coms (That Aren’t Shaun Of The Dead)

Shaun Of The Dead was released a whopping eighteen-years ago and in its wake there have been many, lesser pretenders to the throne–hell, the flick coined its own sub-genre, the lovingly-titled r...

Scott Howard as a teenage werewolf in Teen Wolf.

How Teen Wolf Completely Undermines Lycanthrope Lore [And Why We Still Love It]

Lucky for Teen Wolf, the early 1980s were a grand time for movies about lycanthropes.Though the subgenre forged its roots nearly 70-years prior with the aptly titled The Werewolf (1913), something was...

The Faculty is Prime Late ’90s Horror [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...

Life Lessons I learned from House II

Life Lessons I Learned from House II: The Second Story

Movies can be great teaching tools. Most of my generation was raised on TV. Not every picture can teach great lessons, of course, but horror has proven surprisingly good at it. The genre has always ha...

Dead Alive

How ‘Dead Alive’ Beat ‘Shaun of the Dead’ to the Punch by 14 Years

Everyone remembers their favorite zombie comedy, the one about the guy with the stagnant life, a meek and ambitionless adult who needs to take action in a surprisingly sincere romantic comedy to save ...

the cabin in evil dead II

Why ‘Evil Dead II’ is Not a Remake of the First

Evil Dead II is a very similar movie to the first in terms of its setting and plot. It opens with a bit of backstory on the Book of the Dead—which would not be referred to as the Necronomicon until Ar...

Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation is Pure Madness [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...

5 Must See Short Films From Buried Alive Film Festival 2022

While most of the attention goes to features at film fests, short films are just as worthy of eyeballs. These tiny terrors can offer a glimpse into the minds of up and coming filmmakers from around th...

An Ideal Host Chattanooga Film Festival Review

An Ideal Host Throws A Horror Comedy Party Worth Crashing [Chattanooga Film Festival 2021 Review]

All Liz (Nadia Collins) wants is to throw an amazing dinner party at her rural Australian farmhouse. An ideal host, old friends, and a new home combining to make an unforgettable day. Her fiancee Jack...