“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

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

“Get Out” vs. “Us” vs. “Nope”

After making a name for himself in both sketch comedy and horror/thriller movies, Jordan Peele seems to be on top of the world.  He achieved the amazingly rare feat of writing/directing a horror film that was nominated for Best Picture at the Oscars (and even won Best Original Screenplay). So with the release of his latest film Nope, it inevitably garnishes comparisons to his previous … Continue reading “Get Out” vs. “Us” vs. “Nope”

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

Rob Zombie’s “Munsters” is Getting a Bluray/DVD Release Sept. 27

Fans of physical media rejoice!  Rob Zombie’s The Munsters will be releasing on Bluray/DVD/Digital on Tuesday September 27, 2022.  And for fans of bonus content, they’ve already announced an hour long behind the scenes documentary, along with a feature commentary from Rob Zombie himself. It was reported earlier this week that the movie would be releasing to Netflix as well, however it’s unclear at this … Continue reading Rob Zombie’s “Munsters” is Getting a Bluray/DVD Release Sept. 27

Patrick Wilson Returning to Star in and Direct “Insidious 5” – Releasing July 2023

After years of rumors, it’s actually happening! It’s been 4 years since we traveled to The Further, and nearly a decade since we last heard from the Lambert family.  But Sony Pictures just announced that on July 7, 2023 all will be returning with the release of Insidious 5! Thus far we know that Patrick Wilson and Ty Simpkins will be returning as Josh and … Continue reading Patrick Wilson Returning to Star in and Direct “Insidious 5” – Releasing July 2023

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

20 Fun Facts About “Halloween: Resurrection”

Lamented by many as the worst of the Halloween series, Halloween: Resurrection is definitely a bizarre film.  Many take issue with how it handled Laurie Strode, with many others taking issue with how goofy and ridiculous it gets. But to be honest, it’s fascinating that the movie exists at all the way that it does.  So in honor of its 20th anniversary today, here are … Continue reading 20 Fun Facts About “Halloween: Resurrection”

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

“Incantation” – Movie Review

One part Paranormal Activity, one part Hereditary, the latest Netflix original horror film from Taiwan, Incantation begs the question of whether curses can be passed down from one generation to the next.  Utilizing the found footage style, but in a fresh and unique manner, Incantation manages to tell a fragmented, but compelling story with genuine creepy scares. Devastating Curse The worst nightmare for any parent … Continue reading “Incantation” – Movie Review