10 Fun Facts About “Texas Chainsaw 3D”

Nearly a year ago, 2022’s Texas Chainsaw Massacre attempted to capture the Halloween (2018) magic with a legacy “requel” which served as a direct sequel to the original film, ignoring all the movies in between.  Elderly Leatherface was met with a much less enthusiastic return than elderly Michael Myers had been, however this wasn’t the first time that this franchise had attempted a brand new … Continue reading 10 Fun Facts About “Texas Chainsaw 3D”

15 Fun Facts About “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street”

Horror musicals are a very specific and fun subgenre that can be appealing to horror fans who love music and theater fans who love things dark and disturbing.  And there is perhaps no more famous horror stage play than that of Stephen Sondheim’s “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street”. For years, there were rumors of a potential film adaptation, which finally came to … Continue reading 15 Fun Facts About “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street”

Ranking Every “Silent Night, Deadly Night” Movie

For horror fans, Christmas isn’t complete without a killer Santa.  And while there are plenty of those in horror movies, perhaps none are as iconic as 1984’s Silent Night, Deadly Night.  Having to be pulled from theaters due to a massive backlash and moral panic, it also gave way to an entire franchise with very high highs and low lows.  So in honor of the … Continue reading Ranking Every “Silent Night, Deadly Night” Movie

“Scream 6” Shows off NYC Setting in First Teaser Trailer

With less than 3 months to go, Paramount finally stopped teasing horror fans and dropped a teaser trailer for the upcoming Scream VI (or “SreaVI” according to the title card).  And while we only get a minute of new footage, there’s a lot to unpack and a lot to be excited for! New Movie, New CityThe teaser opens with establishing shots of New York City, … Continue reading “Scream 6” Shows off NYC Setting in First Teaser Trailer

25 Fun Facts About “Scream 2”

When it comes to horror sequels, they tend to be a dime a dozen and result in vastly diminishing returns very quickly.  One such sequel that broke the mold and remains highly regarded to this day is 1997’s Scream 2.  Against all odds (a very rushed schedule, numerous rewrites), it managed to be way better than anyone expected.  So in honor of its 25th anniversary … Continue reading 25 Fun Facts About “Scream 2”

“Christmas Bloody Christmas” – Silent Night, Deadly Night Meets Terminator [Review]

They say that commercialism has turned Christmas into something terrifying, and Shudder’s latest original film Christmas Bloody Christmas takes that concept and just runs with it.  From writer/director Joe Begos (VFW, Bliss), Christmas Bloody Christmas is another gritty action/horror film that feels like the basic killer Santa premise of so many Christmas horror films blended with the sci-fi horror of Terminator! RoboSanta+In a fun nostalgic … Continue reading “Christmas Bloody Christmas” – Silent Night, Deadly Night Meets Terminator [Review]

“The Mean One” – So Bad It’s…Okay [Review]

As the world prepares to watched a childhood classic like Winnie the Pooh go full slasher next year, another beloved intellectual property is being given the horror treatment just in time for Christmas!  While The Mean One does star David Howard Thornton of Terrifier fame, this is a very different movie.  Severely limited by its budget, The Mean One strives where it can, but falters … Continue reading “The Mean One” – So Bad It’s…Okay [Review]

Chucky: “Chucky Actually” Review

Following an incredibly eventful and climactic exorcism and crossover of every character important to the franchise, no one knew how or where the season finale of Chucky would then take the story.  If last week’s episode was the climax, this was very much the epilogue to the season, which tied up loose ends, but also set things up for what comes next… Christmas Surprises Much … Continue reading Chucky: “Chucky Actually” Review

40 Fun Facts About “The House on Sorority Row”

Following the success of Halloween, the slasher subgenre saw a massive boom in the late 1970s/early 1980s.  Every holiday was getting its own slasher, as were summer camps, of course college campuses.  The entire slasher model was based around a killer killing off young people, so colleges seemed like the perfect place to set them. One such result was 1982’s House of Sorority Row.  A … Continue reading 40 Fun Facts About “The House on Sorority Row”

Chucky: “Goin’ to the Chapel” Review

Last week’s episode left us all in shock with an emotional gut punch of a cliffhanger.  Nadine was a character that we didn’t know for very long, but there was a real humanity she added and Bella Higginbotham had an amazing ability to really stand out in a cast filled with very interesting and eccentric characters. As we mourn the loss of her character, this … Continue reading Chucky: “Goin’ to the Chapel” Review