Why the “Nightmare on Elm Street” Remake Deserves More Credit

Horror fans seemed to be all the more skeptical when it came to the remake of A Nightmare on Elm Street. Sure we had already seen the likes of Jason Vorhees, Leatherface, and Michael Myers get the remake treatment. And while these weren’t without their backlash (particularly Rob Zombie’s Halloween), none were so dreaded by the horror community as the “re-imagining” of their beloved Freddy … Continue reading Why the “Nightmare on Elm Street” Remake Deserves More Credit

“Blood Quantum” – Movie Review

Just before closing out their Halfway to Halloween month, Shudder proved to have one more trick up their sleeve when they dropped their newest original film by complete surprise. Blood Quantum is far more than your typical zombie film. It has all the things we love about apocalyptic horror, but it also has something to say. Town Already on the Edge Set on a Mi’kmaq … Continue reading “Blood Quantum” – Movie Review

25 Fun Facts About John Carpenter’s “Village of the Damned”

John Carpenter has certainly made his mark in the horror genre. Between creating the Halloween franchise, and giving us countless other 80’s classics like They Live, Escape from New York, and The Fog, he’s also known for directing a remake that many consider to be superior to the original. In fact, most people forget that The Thing was a remake of a 50’s sci-fi classic, … Continue reading 25 Fun Facts About John Carpenter’s “Village of the Damned”

“1BR” – Movie Review

For many people, our home is our sanctuary (especially during these current times), and the search for one can be a drastic undertaking, particularly in a new city. Picking up everything you own and moving thousands of miles from your friends and family to pursue your dreams is scary enough. David Marmor’s brilliant thriller 1BR takes this idea and does what horror films do best, … Continue reading “1BR” – Movie Review

Penny Dreadful – City of Angels: “Santa Muerte” Review

Penny Dreadful was a delightfully dark and macabre piece of gothic television that perfectly captured the spirit of old school horror. In many ways, it was the “shared universe” of classic monsters that Universal’s failed “Dark Universe” should have been (in fact I wrote an entire piece on that). So it came with surprise, excitement, and a bit of apprehension when Showtime announced they were … Continue reading Penny Dreadful – City of Angels: “Santa Muerte” Review

Recommendations From Shudder’s Hotline: Week 4

4 weeks, 4 phone calls, 1 awesome hotline. Shudder has certainly helped keep their subscribers busy throughout the month of April with their Halfway to Halloween festivities, which included the return of their iconic Shudder Hotline. No other streaming platform offers such a unique service, in the form of a personal curator to recommend movies. For the past 4 weeks I’ve called their number and … Continue reading Recommendations From Shudder’s Hotline: Week 4

Top 10 Bizarrely Awesome Movies From “The Last Drive In”

For over 30 years, Joe Bob Briggs has been bringing fans together with his horror movie hosting. Many of his fans, as well as many horror fans, have often felt like outcasts, and Briggs’ various series over the decades have been a beacon for everyone to come together and enjoy B-movie horror! So in honor of The Last Drive In Season 2 debut, something we’ve … Continue reading Top 10 Bizarrely Awesome Movies From “The Last Drive In”

“0.0 MHz” – Movie Review

The latest Shudder original, 0.0 MHz is a fascinating gem of Korean horror cinema. While on the surface it’s nothing more than a typical supernatural thriller, it ends up being an interesting amalgamation of many different horror tropes and subgenres. Some work, some don’t. To find out which is which, let’s take a closer listen to 0.0 MHz. Evil Dead Meets Asian Horror We follow … Continue reading “0.0 MHz” – Movie Review

Top 10 Eco-Horror Movies

First founded in 1970, in observance of the one year anniversary of a devastating oil spill in Santa Barbara, Earth Day was founded upon the principles of environmentalism and protecting this beloved planet of ours. 2020 marks the 50th anniversary of the holiday itself. Being huge fans of horror let’s all skip the nature documentaries and watch horror movies instead!  So here are the our … Continue reading Top 10 Eco-Horror Movies

“Penance Lane” – Movie Review

Reuniting several key players from Rob Zombie’s Halloween II, Penance Lane tells a story of a recently-released convict, who seeks out a house with hidden money, as instructed by his cellmate. What he finds however, in this small rural town, is a dark, disturbing secret, as well as his own redemption, when he finds innocent people worth protecting. Spoilers Ahead – You’ve Been Warned Hostel … Continue reading “Penance Lane” – Movie Review