“Night’s End” – Movie Review

Isolation and horror have gone hand in hand for decades.  Films like The Shining, Misery, The Thing, Alien, and countless others have utilized the characters’ isolation from the outside world as a way for the horror to spread.  Shudder’s latest original film, Night’s End follows in the footsteps as far as thematic elements go.  However its execution is far different (not in a good way) … Continue reading “Night’s End” – Movie Review

“Blood Rage” 35 Years Later: A Trashy Comfort Food Slasher

For classic horror fans, there’s a comforting charm to the gritty, sleazy, vintage slasher movie.  Produced on shoe-string budgets, these films came during the original slasher boom of the late 70’s/early 80’s and capture a sort of time capsule of a time when independent filmmaking was a wild west, and places like grindhouses and drive ins would play the most absurd and insane of exploitation … Continue reading “Blood Rage” 35 Years Later: A Trashy Comfort Food Slasher

20 Fun Facts About “Panic Room”

Most people aren’t literally worried about things like vampires, werewolves, or aliens getting them.  However, home invasion is a very real, very terrifying threat that we read about in the news every day.  It’s the reason why home invasion horror/thriller movies strike a particular chord with not just horror fans, but general audiences as well. One such movie that struck a chord way back in … Continue reading 20 Fun Facts About “Panic Room”

“The Spine of Night” – A Deep and Visually Fascinating Piece of Dark Fantasy/Horror

Knowledge is a powerful tool and those who wield can either do so with good or ill intent.  Promote it and a society can elevate, hoard and gate-keep it and a single person can grow too powerful.  It is this very idea that Shudder’s latest exclusive film, The Spine of Night seeks to explore. Far from your typical animated film, The Spine of Night is … Continue reading “The Spine of Night” – A Deep and Visually Fascinating Piece of Dark Fantasy/Horror

Ti West’s “House of the Devil” vs. “X”

While not as much a household name as James Wan or John Carpenter, Ti West is quickly rising to stardom among horror directors and demonstrating that he’s one of the best working today.  His most recent film X has dominated social media conversation for days since its release, and it’s causing many to revisit his older films which are just as unique and interesting. His … Continue reading Ti West’s “House of the Devil” vs. “X”

20 Fun Facts About “Blade II”

While we all await with anticipation for Blade to make his MCU debut, we can enjoy the trilogy of movies in which Wesley Snipes brought the character to life.  The first film gets all the good attention, the third one gets all the infamous attention, but Blade II is often overlooked in conversation.  So in honor of its 20th anniversary today, we thought it would … Continue reading 20 Fun Facts About “Blade II”

45 Strange Facts About “Eraserhead”

To describe David Lynch’s films as experimental would be an understatement.  Known for his surrealist arthouse approach, just about all of his films are the subject of immense film analysis.  His very first feature film Eraserhead is arguably the most surreal and the most heavily speculated. For those that have seen it, it’s a bizarre 90 minute “narrative” that leaves you both confused, but also … Continue reading 45 Strange Facts About “Eraserhead”

“Scream 6” Gets Release Date of March 31, 2023

The latest Scream requel remains one of the biggest horror releases since the pandemic began, so it was only a matter of time before a sequel was greenlit.  While Paramount had previously announced that it was happening, we just got our confirmation today that the tentatively titled Scream 6 will release in theaters March 31, 2022! That’s right!  Horror fans will only have to wait … Continue reading “Scream 6” Gets Release Date of March 31, 2023

The Bunker Game – Movie Review

Through the lens of entertainment, it’s easy to look at history as just a prop or background setting to create new stories.  However, we must never forget that the past really happened and that with it comes many scars and traumas.  This idea is at the forefront of the latest Shudder Exclusive, The Bunker Game. Alternate History (Minor Spoilers) Opening with a fake newsreel that … Continue reading The Bunker Game – Movie Review