Ranking Every “Leprechaun” Movie

To say the Leprechaun franchise is bizarre would be a gross understatement.  But in the shortage of St. Patrick’s Day themed horror movies, this series is really all this holiday has.  While none of these movies could be called good, there’s a B-movie charm to them that can’t be denied. For the most part they’re not trying to be “cinematic”, they’re just trying to be … Continue reading Ranking Every “Leprechaun” Movie

5 Biggest 2020 Horror Oscar Snubs

It’s no secret that the Academy has never really respected genre films.  While this includes sci-fi and fantasy, horror often feels like it gets the most hate (as it does from critics as well).  So it’s never really a surprise when the Oscar nominations include virtually no horror films. But given the fact that so few films were released in 2020 (for obvious reasons), there … Continue reading 5 Biggest 2020 Horror Oscar Snubs

40 Fun Facts About “The Howling”

1981 was quite the year for werewolf movies, with two of the most iconic ones being released, The Howling and An American Werewolf in London.  While the latter had a much larger box office, the former often gets overlooked.  So on its 40th anniversary, we wanted to honor The Howling by making this list of 40 fun facts about it! 1. Jack Conrad was originally … Continue reading 40 Fun Facts About “The Howling”

Servant: “Goose” Review

The only thing more uncomfortable and awkward than the interpersonal interactions on Servant this season is a Christmas meal filled with tension.  The penultimate episode of Season 2 combines both of these for an episode that’s admittedly less intense than ones we’ve seen thus far, but the events that happen have been a very long time coming. (Spoilers Ahead – You’ve Been Warned) Cradle-Robbing Christmas … Continue reading Servant: “Goose” Review

Why “Red Riding Hood” is Better than We Remember

There was a strange trend in the early 2010’s which featured of slew of old fairy tale stories getting remade into gritty action/thriller films.  These included Snow White and the Huntsman (2012), Jack the Giant Slayer (2013), Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters (2013), and Maleficent (2014), as well as ABC’s Once Upon a Time (2011) if you count TV. This trend arguably began with the … Continue reading Why “Red Riding Hood” is Better than We Remember

15 Fun Facts About “The Hills Have Eyes” (2006)

Considered by many to be one of the better horror remakes, The Hills Have Eyes (2006) was released in the midst of the torture porn era, and it definitely shows. It was far more bloody and brutal than the 1977 original, but still remained respectful to Wes Craven’s classic, which was helped by the fact that he was a producer on it. So in honor … Continue reading 15 Fun Facts About “The Hills Have Eyes” (2006)

“Stay Out of the (F**king) Attic” – Movie Review

When a film’s title uses an expletive to warn you to stay out of a certain part of the house, it’s not messing around!  Shudder’s latest original movie, Stay Out of the (F**king) Attic is a grotesquely fun blending of haunted house horror with brutal medical gore in what could easily become a camp classic. Second Chances The film begins with a trio of former … Continue reading “Stay Out of the (F**king) Attic” – Movie Review

Ranking Every Episode of “WandaVision”

WandaVision remains one of the most unique and creative projects to come out of the MCU.  Its weekly release schedule allowed for fans to speculate and theorize, and now that it’s all over, some are satisfied, others are not. Either way, it was one of the most ambitious stories for Marvel to tell, just given out unconventional and surreal it got.  So with the final … Continue reading Ranking Every Episode of “WandaVision”

WandaVision: “The Series Finale” Review

In the first piece of MCU material released since 2019’s Spider-Man: Far From Home, WandaVision managed to take an unusual premise and captivate millions week after week.  All of it culminated together in the series finale that’s poised to impress some, disappoint others, and even confuse a few… (Spoilers Ahead – You’ve Been Warned) Battle of the Witches and Visions Following the deep dive into … Continue reading WandaVision: “The Series Finale” Review

Servant: “Loveshack” Review

Just when you thought things couldn’t get weirder on Servant, Uncle George is here to stay with rituals a plenty!  The latest episode delivers on quiet, subtle character moments in the first half and all out absurdity (in a good way) in the second half.  It takes us new places and ensures that things will never be the same again. (Spoilers Ahead – You’ve Been … Continue reading Servant: “Loveshack” Review