Bryan Bertino


Film Review: The Monster

Personally, there is nothing I love more than a good “creature feature”. The Universal Monsters kick started the genre way back when and ever since we have seen it grow into a massive subset filled with all different kinds of movies. Ranging from crazy expensive studio blockbusters to tiny indie horror films with little to


To Stream or Not to Stream? Mockingbird (2014)

After bursting onto the scene with writing/directorial debut The Strangers, it seemed a sure thing that the name Bryan Bertino would become one that we’d see attached to big screen horror films for many years to come. Six years later, Bertino’s long-awaited follow-up has finally arrived, though it’s likely that you haven’t even heard of


Horror Movies That Dropped Off the Face of the Earth: Volume 1

Given how many hoops any given movie must jump through before being made and released, it’s quite frankly a miracle that so many of them do reach completion, and see the light of day. But for every handful of movies that do, one or two slip through the cracks, and either never get made, or