Welcome back to Wyrmwood you filthy animals! The high octane sequel to Wyrmwood: Road of the Dead...Read More
Author: Chris Vogel
Family secrets come back to haunt in Daniela Carvalho and Ale McHaddo’s Deep Hatred. A good...Read More
[Review] Metaphorical Monster Movie TAKE BACK THE NIGHT Tackles The Real-Life Horrors of Sexual Assault
Take Back the Night is a brutal societal self-reflection of how sexual assault victims are abused...Read More
Twenty-five years after the original, Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett’s Scream...Read More
Horror, what would we do without you? Without exaggeration, 2021 provided fans with one of the...Read More
Despite what your pocket watch may tell you, time doesn’t always move forward, and it...Read More
The abbreviation B&B commonly stands for “bed and breakfast,” but not here....Read More
A marquee horror movie dropped into your nearest cinemas and streaming services recently, but...Read More
[Review] Indie Horror BEHEMOTH Boasts Some Really Impressive Special Effects Given Its Meager $65K Budget
Peter Sefchik’s indie horror Behemoth brings more than your typical “Bad Case of The...Read More
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