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Ultrasound Fantasia Fest 2021 Movie Review

Ultrasound Combines Sharp Sound Design And An Unreliable Narrator Into A Genuinely Surprising Sci-Fi Thriller [Fantasia 2021 Review]

Ultrasound is unafraid to introduce the abstract and off kilter within its first few frames. A wash of inky blue and jet black is shot in wide angle, only recognizable as a car driving down a mountain...

Junk Head Fantasia Fest 2021 Movie Review

Junk Head Is A Stunning Piece Of Stop Motion Animation, And A Sure Cult Classic [Fantasia 2021 Review]

Over 7 years in the making, Takahide Hori’s stop motion epic Junk Head has had a long journey to this year’s Fantasia Fest. Initially a well received 2013 short, the feature length cut was...

King Car/Carro Rei Fantasia Fest 2021 Movie Review

King Car Is A Bumpy Apocalyptic Ride [Fantasia 2021 Review]

In synopsis, King Car/Carro Rei is the stuff that midnight movie dreams are made of. Uno (Luciano Pedro Jr), was born in the back of his father’s taxi, which may explain why he’s had the l...

Ghost In The Shell 4K Ultra HD/Blu Ray Review

Ghost In The Shell’s Philosophical Cyberpunk Is Still Striking, And Strikingly Relevant [4K Review]

Ghost In The Shell was a watershed moment for the appreciation of anime in America, as well as becoming a directional force for both animators and live action filmmakers with its unique mix of cyberpu...

Popcorn is Still a Satisfying Treat [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 the occasional gu...

Animated Horror Film, To Your Last Death Offers a Refreshing and Twisty Slasher Mix

What a, well, wicked mixture To Your Last Death serves up. It’s a slasher film with a Twilight Zone-style framework narrated by William Shatner. Ray Wise stars as a villainous corporate CEO ...

Lost in Space Soars After Slow Start [Blu-ray Review]

In 1965, Irwin Allen created one of the most beloved science fiction television shows with Lost in Space. The idea was a new take on Johann David Wyss’ Swiss Family Robinson. A remake film adaption wa...

Craig muMs Grant

Exclusive Interview: Craig muMs Grant Talks Hover

Craig muMs Grant is an accomplished actor, poet and playwright. Perhaps best known for his role in HBO’s Oz, he has an impressive resume that spans numerous productions. Grant wrote the short film, Mo...

Exclusive Interview: Hover Director Matt Osterman

Wicked Horror recently had the occasion to sit down with director Matt Osterman to discuss his new film, Hover. We got the lowdown from the director on the use of drones in his film, his approach to o...

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