American Horror Stories: “Aura” Review

Who else shudders every time someone knocks on their door at night?  This day and age, doorbell cameras are all the rage because in the digital/texting world we live in, it’s rare that people just “pop over” anymore.  The latest episode of American Horror Stories, “Aura” taps into that fear, but with a fascinating spin on it. Spoilers Ahead – You’ve Been Warned!!! Home Security … Continue reading American Horror Stories: “Aura” Review

American Horror Stories: “Dollhouse” Review

After a lukewarm received first season, the American Horror Story spinoff series, American Horror Stories (emphasis on the plural) is back with a second season.  And its premiere episode “Dollhouse” is a refreshing step up from pretty much everything we got last year.  Let’s dig into why that is. Spoilers Ahead: You’ve Been Warned Twisted Game A young woman named Coby (Kristine Froseth) goes for … Continue reading American Horror Stories: “Dollhouse” Review

20th Century Studios Releases Brief, But Thrilling Teaser for Predator Prequel “Prey”

Every since Arnold Schwarzenegger first fought to the death against the extra-terrestrial hunter in 1987, the Predator franchise has been a staple of sci-fi action/horror.  Consisting of six total films (including two crossovers with the xenomorphs from Alien), 20th Century Studios had previously announced that audiences would be gifted with a seventh installment in that series.And with the release of a brief, but thrilling teaser … Continue reading 20th Century Studios Releases Brief, But Thrilling Teaser for Predator Prequel “Prey”

“Fresh” – Movie Review

For anyone who’s delved into the modern online dating scene, they can attest to the horrors it can bring (along with hilarity from time to time).  It begs the question if meeting someone in person and doing things the “old fashioned way” truly was better.  Hulu’s latest original horror movie Fresh takes this idea and runs with it into incredibly dark territory! Too Good to … Continue reading “Fresh” – Movie Review

American Horror Story: “Gaslight” Review

Following an episode that halted the season’s momentum in a way that wasn’t entirely justified.  The latest from American Horror Story: Red Tide got us back on track.  The longest episode of the season thus far is aptly titled “Gaslight”.  Storywise, there’s a lot happening.  It’s simultaneously intriguing, while also sending a few mixed messages… Warning: Spoilers Ahead Sibling RivalryOpening with Doris giving birth to … Continue reading American Horror Story: “Gaslight” Review

“American Horror Stories” Trailer Features Danny Trejo as a Killer Santa

As fans of American Horror Story have had to wait a year and a half since the ending of AHS: 1984 for more content, FX delivered today with a trailer for the upcoming spinoff American Horror Stories (emphasis on plural). Previously described as a new kind of anthology, the series will consist of 7 episodes, each telling a separate standalone story, but within the greater … Continue reading “American Horror Stories” Trailer Features Danny Trejo as a Killer Santa

“Books of Blood” – Movie Review

Hulu’s latest original horror film Books of Blood demonstrates how horror anthologies can be very hit or miss.  Based on several short stories from Clive Barker’s collection of the same name, Books of Blood has some cool ideas (no doubt from Barker’s storylines), but the overall execution is regrettably a bit underwhelming. Decent Premise Taking the Pulp Fiction approach, the movie features two separate stories, … Continue reading “Books of Blood” – Movie Review

Into the Dark: “Good Boy” Review

Pets can be a great way to reduce stress in your life. However, with the wrong pet, it can turn your life upside down. Hulu’s latest entry of Into the Dark “Good Boy” takes a concept we’re familiar with, thanks to Stephen King’s Cujo, and blends it with psychological horror that makes us question our sanity! Last Chance at Happiness 40 year old Maggie (Judy … Continue reading Into the Dark: “Good Boy” Review

Into the Dark: “Delivered” Review

Just in time for Mother’s Day weekend, Hulu’s Into the Dark released its latest episode, demonstrating just how frightening motherhood can be. Despite being a bit derivative of a famous Stephen King story, “Delivered” is creepy, emotional, compelling, and probably the best installment of this Hulu series in well over a year! Camaraderie in Motherhood The story begins with Valerie and Tom, attending Lamaze classes … Continue reading Into the Dark: “Delivered” Review

Into the Dark: “Pooka Lives!” Review

As we’re all hunkered down in quarantine, Hulu’s Into the Dark saw fit to resurrect their creepiest character for this year’s Easter episode. After Pooka drove us all to madness in Christmas 2018, he’s back to bring Easter cheer and terror in “Pooka Lives!” The Return of Our Favorite Villain The film begins with the tragic and disturbing backstory of Pooka’s creator, thus cementing the … Continue reading Into the Dark: “Pooka Lives!” Review