Chucky: “Twice the Grieving, Double the Loss” Review

As Chucky preps for next week’s season finale, the stakes have never been higher.  The series began by introducing new characters and easing us back into this world of possessed killer dolls, but the last two episodes have brought back a lot of characters and elements from before, all culminating together in what will hopefully prove to be a kickass finale.  This penultimate episode did … Continue reading Chucky: “Twice the Grieving, Double the Loss” Review

Dexter: New Blood – “Storm of F*ck” Review

After learning the hard way that Dexter’s dark passenger will never be too far from him.  The second episode of Dexter: New Blood sees our favorite serial killer covering his tracks amidst a town wide search, as well as atone for his mistakes as a father. Spoilers Ahead – You’ve Been Warned New Secrets Following Dexter’s oh so satisfying disposal of Matt Caldwell, the entire … Continue reading Dexter: New Blood – “Storm of F*ck” Review

Dexter: “Cold Snap” Review

It’s been nearly 10 years since the Dexter series finale universally disappointed fans.  And while that ending remains absolutely abysmal (for frustrating reasons), Dexter: New Blood seeks to right some of those wrongs as it picks up with our favorite serial killer in upstate New York. Spoilers Ahead – You’ve Been Warned The Return of Dexter Morgan From the very first shot, it’s quite clear … Continue reading Dexter: “Cold Snap” Review

Chucky: “Just Let Go” Review

Following a fiery episode that resulted in the death of one of Jake’s classmates, and an inferno that left several others in the hospital, the latest episode of Chucky slows down a bit and takes time with its characters. Unlikely Alliance Jake arrives at the hospital to find his cousin Junior, his romantic interest Devon, and Lexy’s little sister Caroline (whom he gave Chucky to) … Continue reading Chucky: “Just Let Go” Review

Ranking Every Episode of “Creepshow” Season 3

It’s been quite a year for Creepshow, with Shudder giving us two seasons this year alone.  With the third season ending just before Halloween, we thought it would be fun to look back on all twelve stories and rank them from least to most favorite.  To be fair, we don’t actively dislike any of these episodes, but some are better than others. 12. “Skeletons in … Continue reading Ranking Every Episode of “Creepshow” Season 3

Creepshow: “Drug Traffic/A Dead Girl Named Sue” Review

Shudder’s 61 Days of Halloween has been an absolute treat, which has included another season of Creepshow.  Alas, Season 3 has come to its end.  But it’s an amazing finale that will hopefully lead to another season in 2022! Warning: Spoilers Ahead Drug Traffic Directed by Greg Nicotero, Screenplay by Christopher Larsen, Story by Mattie Do & Christopher Larsen Opening with what could easily be … Continue reading Creepshow: “Drug Traffic/A Dead Girl Named Sue” Review

Behind the Monsters: “Michael Myers” Review

Shudder’s latest documentary series, Behind the Monsters takes a deep dive into some of the most iconic horror villains of all time.  Via interviews with stars from the movies, as well as film critics and producers, the series is a fascinating descent into the lore of what scares us. For its premiere episode, Behind the Monsters honed in the OG slasher icon.  Sure, there were … Continue reading Behind the Monsters: “Michael Myers” Review

Chucky: “I Like to Be Hugged” Review

The latest episode Chucky “I Like to be Hugged” continues the series trend of blending dark humor with well-written characters and great suspense.  But it takes things into new directions, and goes down a path of no return… Murder School Opening last week’s Halloween party at Oliver’s house, Jake is understandably devastated after watching Lexy blatantly mock his dead father with her costume.  After finally … Continue reading Chucky: “I Like to Be Hugged” Review

Creepshow: “Time Out/The Things in Oakwood’s Past” Review

Over on Shudder, their 61 Days of Halloween celebration keeps on going with another episode of Season 3 of Creepshow! This latest episode featured a poignant cautionary tale, and another animated special that goes full Lovecraftian! Time Out Directed by Jeffrey F. January, Written by Barrington Smith & Paul Seetachitt Time itself is precious, and at many points in our lives, we find ourselves wishing … Continue reading Creepshow: “Time Out/The Things in Oakwood’s Past” Review

American Horror Story: “The Future Perfect” Review

After only just a few episodes, it’s honestly abrupt that American Horror Story: Double Feature is already coming to an end.  These two mini-seasons went by very quickly, and the new shorter narrative didn’t always work to its advantage. Admittedly, I wasn’t the biggest fan of Red Tide’s ending.  It was frustratingly rushed and seemingly shallow and empty.  And while Death Valley is nowhere near … Continue reading American Horror Story: “The Future Perfect” Review