[Reviews]

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre Franchise Has a Serious Identity Problem

The first four movies in the franchise are canon, then there’s the 2003 remake, a prequel to the remake, and finally things really go off the rails after this, where we now have three separate movies that pull the whole “none of the sequels exist except for the original movie” timeline trick, which has most

[Reviews]

Review of Matrix Resurrections

Disclaimer: I did not see the movie in theaters, and while I stopped going to the movies years ago, The Matrix is different. I think an argument could be made for a movie like this needing to be seen in theaters more than any other movie in existence because it really is more of an

[Reviews]

Resident Evil 5 Review

2009 was right around the end of a rough patch in my life where I was essentially homeless, and to keep it simple, I’ll just say, I didn’t have the means to be keeping up on the latest games, so this one passed me by. I’ve played nearly every single main game in the RE

[Reviews]

Other Horror Franchises Can’t Fuck with the Chuck

Charles Lee Ray, the “Lakeshore Strangler,” “Chucky,” may in fact be the most popular horror villain of all time. I know I’m going to get some push-back on this, but hear me out. Among hardcore horror fans, this generally isn’t true, where the more popular franchises are Friday the 13th (my personal favorite), Nightmare on

[Interviews]

Interview with Brad Miska, Creator of Bloody Disgusting

Halloween Love: Happy 20th Anniversary to you and the Bloody Disgusting team! I’m happy to say that I’ve been a reader from the very beginning, way back in 2001. In fact, I can’t even remember which came first, the first time I picked up a Fangoria magazine or the first time I visited your site.

[Reviews]

Blair Witch Video Game Review

Being a big fan of both developer Bloober and the Blair Witch franchise, I was pretty confident that I was going to enjoy this game. I did, but it was a little bit clunky at times with the controls (but minor enough to overlook). The very best part of the game was actually something that

[Creator Corner]

Crafting a Different Kind of Scare

Growing up, I had a strange fear. At night, laying in bed, the tiny, intermittently blinking LED light on the smoke detector scared the heck out of me. Maybe because it was associated with something scary, which was fire. Maybe the red light made me think of danger. Whatever the case, if that tiny blinking

[TV]

The Internet, Nostalgia, and the Enduring Appeal of “Lost Episode” Creepypastas

Those of us who grew up using the internet before it fully became mainstream are no strangers to horror. During the early aughts, the digital Wild West gave rise to shock sites and screamer videos that were frequented by many a middle-schooler on a dare. But among Rotten.com and zombie-jump-scare-coffee commercials was a more artistic–and