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Kate (Franka Potente) trying to catch the subway in Christopher Smith's 2004 horror film Creep.

Creep is Character Driven and Suspenseful [Quarantine Retrospective]

While we’re on lockdown, I’ll be working on a series of retrospectives as I watch through my library. Many will be films I love but I may veer into less favorable territory from time to ti...

Tucker & Dale Vs. Evil

5 Horror Comedy Movies That Are Funnier Than They are Scary

Over the years horror has intersected with the comedy genre in a multitude of unexpected ways. Shows like Scooby Doo and Casper the Friendly Ghost incorporated elements of both comedy and horror in a ...

Ava's Possessions

Review: Ava’s Possessions Puts a New Spin on Demonic Horror

Ava is a young woman who is struggling to make amends and repent for things she did while possessed. Writer Jordan Galland created a universe where demonic and spiritual possession is such a common oc...

The Eves

Cult Corner: The Eves

Welcome to Cult Corner where we dive through the bargain bins to determine if a movie is trash or treasure. Today’s pick… Tyler Glodt’s The Eves. Cult Corner was designed as a way to take ...

Live-Evil is Full of Striking Visuals but Suffers from Poor Pacing

Ari Kirschenbaum promised horror fans at Stan Lee’s Comikaze Expo that Live-Evil was a horror experience they were sure to remember. The film has been described as “Ghostbusters meets Dawn...

Exclusive Interview: Jill Zarin on Becoming a Scream Queen in Night of the Wild

The Real Housewives of New York City alum Jill Zarin spoke with Wicked Horror about Night of the Wild, her first film role. In the movie Zarin plays Liz, a dog owner who is obsessed with her “ba...

Advance Review: Night of the Wild

Night of the Wild is a 90 minute horror flick set to premiere on the Syfy channel this Saturday October 3, 2015. Honestly, since The Asylum is affiliated with this release and they are the motion pict...

Exclusive Interview: Talking to director Jonas Alexander Arnby about his debut film When Animals Dream

Wicked Horror’s April Bennett had a chance to interview Danish director Jonas Alexander Arnby about his breakout film When Animals Dream. Although this is Arnby’s first film, he is no stra...

Natalie Burn on Awaken [Exclusive Interview]

Wicked Horror had a chance to connect with actress Natalie Burn about her involvement with the upcoming horror film Awaken. The actress offered her thoughts on strong female characters and why we need...

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