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M3GAN Doesn’t Go Nearly As Hard As You’re Expecting [Review]

Following hot on the heels of 5-Cream is M3GAN, the latest bizarro offering from Malignant and Hell Fest co-writer Akela Cooper. Unlike those movies, however, this sci-fi shocker is rated PG-13 (15A i...

It’s Tough to Resist the Gleeful Madness of ‘The Murder Podcast’ [Review]

True crime is all the rage right now, from “My Favorite Murder” to Only Murders in the Building, so it makes complete sense that intrepid podcasters and lifelong best buds Chad (Andrew McDermott) and ...

15 Years of Hate: Rob Zombie’s Halloween is Better Than You Remember

Rob Zombie’s Halloween (2007) remains one of the most widely, and viciously, despised remakes of all time – despite how The Thing (2011) threw out its finely-tuned practical effects in favor of shoddy...

When I Consume You is Another Head-Scratcher from Perry Blackshear [Review]

Indie filmmaker Perry Blackshear is gradually carving out a niche for himself as a purveyor of thoughtful, strange, and often deeply unsettling horror movies following the release of They Look Like Pe...

Don’t Bother Answering The Black Phone [Review]

In the run up to the release of The Black Phone, the latest from Blumhouse and Sinister duo Scott Derrickson and C. Robert Cargill, their returning star Ethan Hawke waxed lyrical about how difficult i...

Lorenza Izzo and Malin Akerman in The Aviary

The Aviary Impressively Puts Cult Victims Front and Center [Review]

Cult movies – and by that, I mean movies about cults, not something like Rocky Horror – have grown exponentially in popularity thanks to high-profile exposés about Scientology, NXIVM, etc. The Aviary,...

Elisha Cuthbert in The Cellar

The Cellar Proves Irish Horror Still Has Some Tricks Up Its Sleeve [Review]

Haunted house movies will never go out of style. Although the title of The Cellar, the latest offering from Irish writer-director Brendan Muldowney (Savage), suggests all the evil is contained to the ...

Neil Maskell is Absolutely Astonishing in Bull [Review]

Neil Maskell has been acting for a long time, but the weathered Brit will probably always be best known for his harrowing performance in Kill List. Maskell’s latest starring role, in Bull, appears to ...

Jason Voorhees Kane Hodder

Men Behind The Mask: Actors Who Have Played Jason Voorhees

Unlike his nemesis Freddy Krueger, Jason has never had much of a consistent portrayal on film. Sure, for awhile there it seemed things had changed but now we’re back right where we started, with seemi...