“Werewolf by Night” – Marvel Finally Goes Full Horror (Spoiler Free Review)

With the zombie episode of What If? and Sam Raimi’s Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has dabbled here and there with the horror genre.   However, the last Disney+ original special, Werewolf by Night is the first to commit to the genre completely. Paying homage to monster movies of the 1930’s and 1940’s, Werewolf by Night winds up being … Continue reading “Werewolf by Night” – Marvel Finally Goes Full Horror (Spoiler Free Review)

5 Reasons “Full Moon High” is the Best Werewolf Parody

There are plenty of great werewolf films out there to watch, enjoy and be scared by. But when it comes to comedic parodies of the werewolf mythos, none can hold a fang to the over-the-top 1981 horror-comedy gem Full Moon High. Written, directed and produced by Larry Cohen (The Stuff, Q: The Winged Serpent), Full Moon High is the perfect blend of horror and humor … Continue reading 5 Reasons “Full Moon High” is the Best Werewolf Parody

The Cursed – Movie Review

Our sins always have a way of catching up to us.  At least that’s the way most major religions describe the universe.  Whether it be the will of a deity, karma, or some other supernatural force, many cultures have some idea or believe in some form of cosmic justice. Writer/Director Sean Ellis may be more known for indie dramas, but his first foray into horror … Continue reading The Cursed – Movie Review

“The Howling” vs. “An American Werewolf in London”

It’s not very common that two classics featuring the same type of monster get released within mere months of each other.  But that was very much the case in 1981 when both Joe Dante’s The Howling and John Landis’ An American Werewolf in London both hit cinemas. Both films have certainly lived on to become well-loved classics, and while they are completely different in story, … Continue reading “The Howling” vs. “An American Werewolf in London”

Creepshow Holiday Special – Review

The spirit of Creepmas is alive and well over at Shudder.  While Season 2 has been delayed, horror fans were graced with an animated special in October, and now for December, our gift is the Creepshow Holiday Special! The 45 minute long single story is based on a J.A. Konrath short story, and written and directed by showrunner Greg Nicotero.  It’s a bizarrely fun Christmas … Continue reading Creepshow Holiday Special – Review