“Sissy” – Movie Review

We all have a desire to feel loved, accepted, and wanted.  We often find these needs met via family and romantic partners, but friendships play an important role in it as well, particularly as children.  Making friends is a quintessential component of childhood social development.  So losing that and feeling excluded can drive people down dark paths.  Shudder’s latest original film Sissy takes this idea … Continue reading “Sissy” – Movie Review

Everything Coming to Shudder October 2022

Shudder is the place to be this October!  Between another Last Drive In special, new original movies, the return of the Boulet Brothers, and awesome collections, they have our sick and twisted horror needs covered for this Halloween season! Series and Specials New Episodes on Wednesdays – 101 Scariest Horror Movie Moments of All Time An awesome countdown of 101 terrifying moments from our favorite … Continue reading Everything Coming to Shudder October 2022

“Speak No Evil” – Movie Review

Is there anything more awkward or uncomfortable than staying with strangers and realizing just how strange they are?  Shudder’s latest original film Speak No Evil taps into that fear and takes it to a genuinely disturbing place.  A co-production of Denmark and the Netherlands, Speak No Evil slow burns its way to a grisly final act. Vacation From Hell All begins great as Danish couple … Continue reading “Speak No Evil” – Movie Review

Everything Coming to Shudder August 2022

Before summer symbolically ends with the beginning of September, Shudder has another awesome lineup to keep summer in full swing.  The horror streamer’s highlights for this August include new originals/exclusives, and a ton more great collections and horror content!  Here is the full lineup: Originals/Exclusives August 1 – Allegoria A group of artists’ inner demons become actual demons that they must do external battle with.  … Continue reading Everything Coming to Shudder August 2022

Why “They Live” Remains So Relevant Today

John Carpenter’s 1988 classic They Live was very much a product of its time.  With media like Stranger Things, The Goldbergs and every single slasher requel, it’s easy to look back on the 1980’s with nostalgia. But for every rose-tinted viewpoint, there’s a darker side underneath, and John Carpenter’s sci-fi/horror/action film touched upon that perfectly.  But what’s even more fascinating is that They Live has … Continue reading Why “They Live” Remains So Relevant Today

“On the 3rd Day” – Movie Review

If the entire world told you that someone you loved didn’t exist and acted like you were crazy for thinking so, would you just accept it or do everything you could to prove them wrong?  Shudder’s latest exclusive film On the 3rd Day touches upon this very issue.  It boasts creative and creepy visuals, with a mystery/thriller vibe that works most of the time… Amnesia … Continue reading “On the 3rd Day” – Movie Review

10 Awesome Vacation Horror Movies

Summer is a time we all associate with baseball games, swimming pools, summer camps, no school, and just vacation itself.  And horror has always been associated with “ruining” everyday things by making them terrifying and the same is true for summer and vacations. So we thought it would be fun to take a look at some of these horror films that have definitely made us … Continue reading 10 Awesome Vacation Horror Movies

Ranking Every Movie from “The Last Drive In” Season 4

Another year, another awesome season of The Last Drive In.  There’s always a very bittersweet feeling at the end.  While we’ve all enjoyed the last 10 weeks of Joe Bob and Darcy, there’s the knowledge now that aside from a special here or there, we’ll have to wait another year to see them again, week after week. The fact that Shudder has already announced a … Continue reading Ranking Every Movie from “The Last Drive In” Season 4

“Uncle Sam”: The End of a Slasher Era

When it comes to 4th of July themed horror movies, you have classics like Jaws, Return of the Living Dead, and I Know What You Did Last Summer.  And while they’re all excellent choices, the 4th of July is really just a backdrop or background setting.  None of them are really about the holiday.  Even something like Independence Day (which is technically sci-fi, not horror, … Continue reading “Uncle Sam”: The End of a Slasher Era

10 Best Horror Films of 2022 (So Far)

With July upon us, 2022 is officially halfway over.  Making up for two years in a row in which the film industry was greatly disrupted by worldwide events, movies seem to be fully back in swing.  With indie gems dominating streaming and studio horror going strong, it’s been a great year for horror movies this year.  So as we enter the second half of the … Continue reading 10 Best Horror Films of 2022 (So Far)