Top 10 Horror Movies of 2022

Following two calendar years that were marred by production issues due to worldwide pandemics, 2022 came in strong and remains one of the best years for horror films in the last two decades.  The sheer number of iconic and well-received movies is absolutely mind boggling, with every subgenre being represented. We got the return of franchise favorites, as well as new and original terrors, both … Continue reading Top 10 Horror Movies of 2022

Why 2022 Has Been Such a Great Year for Horror Movies

There is no denying that 2022 has thus far been an amazing year for the horror genre and its fans.  This year has seen a wave of popular franchises returning like Halloween Ends, Texas Chainsaw, Chucky Season 2, Hulu’s Hellraiser, Scream (2022), Terrifier 2, Orphan First Kill, Prey, among others.  As well as a slew of popular non-franchise films like Nope, Black Phone, Fresh, Barbarian, … Continue reading Why 2022 Has Been Such a Great Year for Horror Movies

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)

Ranking Every Scott Derrickson Movie (including The Black Phone)

When it comes to modern day masters of horror, Scott Derrickson is a name that often gets overlooked among others like James Wan, Jordan Peele, or Ari Aster.  But his incredibly solid body of horror work goes back two decades, and his most recent release, The Black Phone is further evidence of the genius of his craft.  So we wanted to give Derrickson his due, … Continue reading Ranking Every Scott Derrickson Movie (including The Black Phone)

“The Black Phone” – Movie Review (Spoiler Free)

After very publicly exiting Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, director Scott Derrickson went back to full horror with an adaption of Joe Hill’s short story “The Black Phone”.  Reuniting with Ethan Hawke and James Ransone from Sinister, Derrickson delivers with a film that features interesting characters, a tense story, and an overall chilling experience! Child Endangerment Opening in 1978, we see a seemingly … Continue reading “The Black Phone” – Movie Review (Spoiler Free)