Stephen Lang Kicks More Ass in IGN-Exclusive “Don’t Breathe 2” Trailer

2016’s Don’t Breathe was an extreme exercise in sensory inspired tension and edge of your seat fear.  For those fortunate enough to have seen it in a theater, there was nothing truly like it.  So it’s no surprise that several years we’re getting the hotly anticipated sequel, which just got an IGN-exclusive trailer! Villain Becoming the Hero Initially, the most striking (and interesting) feature of … Continue reading Stephen Lang Kicks More Ass in IGN-Exclusive “Don’t Breathe 2” Trailer

“Vicious Fun” – Movie Review

Horror seems to be in constant conflict with critics, who never give the genre the respect that it deserves.  Shudder’s latest original horror/comedy, Vicious Fun takes this concept and runs with it absurdly hilarious territory! Serial Killer Support Group We’re first introduced to Joel (Evan Marsh), the self-important founder of a horror magazine called “Vicious Fanatics” (which he’s told to change to “Vicious Fun” because … Continue reading “Vicious Fun” – Movie Review

“Werewolves Within” – Movie Review (Spoiler Free)

What happens when you take classic werewolf tropes and blend them with a murder/mystery aesthetic?  The result is a funny, bizarre, and bloody movie called Werewolves Within! Not Your Typical Werewolf MovieBased on the 2016 video game of the same name, Werewolves Within is far from other werewolf classics like An American Werewolf in London, The Howling, or Ginger Snaps.  It doesn’t deal with a … Continue reading “Werewolves Within” – Movie Review (Spoiler Free)

Creative Ways to Spend Purge Night (Other Than Murdering)

Other than an internal sense of morality, what’s honestly stopping people from committing crimes?  The Purge franchise has always examined this idea, portraying a nation devoid of laws for 12 continuous hours. And while murder seems to be the go to crime for just about every character in the series, there are honestly much more creative (and productive) ways to spend Purge Night.  So we … Continue reading Creative Ways to Spend Purge Night (Other Than Murdering)

2021 Etheria Film Night Shorts – Review

The Etheria Film Festival is back on Shudder this year with another collection of 9 short films in the horror/sci-fi/fantasy genre, all directed by women.  Much like last year, there’s a great variety of films ranging from fun and lighthearted, to dramatically inspiring, to downright disturbing.  So we decided to watch all 9 and give sort of a mini-review of each film. The Fourth Wall … Continue reading 2021 Etheria Film Night Shorts – Review

Universal Drops Bloody and Brutal Trailer for “Halloween Kills”

The wait is finally over, for the full trailer that is.  After being postponed an entire year to October 2021, Universal finally dropped the first full trailer of Halloween Kills, at 10pm EST no less! We had previously seen a brief snippet of the triumphant trio (Laurie, her daughter, and granddaughter) in a 30 second clip, but here we get Michael Myers himself, and whole … Continue reading Universal Drops Bloody and Brutal Trailer for “Halloween Kills”

Joe Bob Briggs Announces 4th Season of “The Last Drive In”

The entire Mutant Fam can rejoice!  In a tweet on Thursday, 6/24/2021, Joe Bob Briggs let the world know “Season 4 of #TheLastDriveIn was announced this morning by Shudder—they’re gonna set us loose to ruin some more holidays and weekends!” While we’ll probably have to wait until April 2022 for the fourth season to begin, that comment he made about holidays means we’ll be getting … Continue reading Joe Bob Briggs Announces 4th Season of “The Last Drive In”

“An Unquiet Grave” – Movie Review

How far would you go to get back someone you love?  Would you lie, manipulate, and even take someone else’s life to do it?  Shudder’s latest original film An Unquiet Grave explores these ideas, all while playing out almost like a one act play. Sometimes, Dead is Better Featuring only two actors, and a minimum amount of locations, An Unquiet Grave does a lot with … Continue reading “An Unquiet Grave” – Movie Review

Universal Drops New Trailer for “Candyman”

Just two months shy of its release date in August (which has been postponed several times), audiences were finally treated to a new trailer for the Jordan Peele produced, Nia DaCosta directed Candyman reboot! New Origins Showing much more detail about the plot, this new trailer delves into a seemingly updated version of Candyman’s backstory, suggesting that this film is a hard reboot rather than … Continue reading Universal Drops New Trailer for “Candyman”

John Jarratt Returning as Mick Taylor for “Wolf Creek 3”

The infamous movie slasher Mick Taylor will be returning with Wolf Creek 3, set to start production in Australia in late 2021 (according to Variety).  This will mark the fourth time actor John Jarratt has played the role, following two films and one TV series. The 69 year old, Australian actor is best known for the Wolf Creek franchise, and he’s quickly joining the ranks … Continue reading John Jarratt Returning as Mick Taylor for “Wolf Creek 3”