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Countdown to 2017 with These 5 New Year’s Fright Flicks!

Everyone knows New Year’s Evil, right? It’s a Cannon film from 1980 that tries to ride on the slasher holiday craze and is only remembered due to its heavy reliance on the titular calendar day. It’s cheesy fun but not much else. The only other notable New Year’s horror flick is Bloody New Year, a […]

Train to Busan – Yupp, Zombies Are Still Terrifying

If there is one sub-genre that horror fans keep claiming is “dead” or “used up” it’s the zombie flick. With The Walking Dead being as massive as it is and every amateur filmmaker making their attempt at a Night of the Living Dead the market has become more than saturated. That doesn’t mean, however, that […]

Home for the Holidays: The Proto-Slasher that Came Before Black Christmas

Here’s the deal, there aren’t a lot of great holiday horror films. One of the hands down best, a genuine classic, is Bob Clark’s seminal proto-slasher, Black Christmas. Released in 1974, Black Christmas set the stage for slashers years to come, including little Mikey Myers and his numerous rampages on Halloween night. Yes, Black Christmas […]

Interview with All Through the House Director, Todd Nunes!

A few weeks ago, I got to check the awesome Christmas slasher flick All Through the House (read my review here). If you’re looking for some fresh Yuletide horror this holiday weekend, I can’t recommend this film enough. I reached out to the film’s director, Todd Nunes, about the film’s productions and his classic horror […]

The Autopsy of Jane Doe – More Movies From Andre Ovredal, Please

One of my favorite aspects of the modern horror scene is the tendency of some its best filmmakers to bend the genre and mash it up into a wonderful crock pot full of horror goodies. Norwegian director Andre Ovredal is one such voice in this community and his 2010 film Troll Hunter showed us just […]

Is the Newest Child’s Play Film Already in Production?

If you follow Child’s Play creator, Don Mancini on Twitter, you’ve probably noticed quite a resurgence in the man’s career. He just wrapped an inaugural stint as a judge on Food Network’s “Halloween Wars” (one of my favorite Halloween traditions), as supervising writer/producer he helped launch an awesomely creepy new series (Syfy’s “Channel Zero: Candle […]

2016 Holiday Horror Nerd Gift Guide: Home Decor Edition

For those of you out there struggling to find the perfect present for that special horror nerd in your life, here is a rundown of some pretty awesome gift ideas. While I’m sure these are all things we would enjoy discovering under the tree come December 25th, this is basically my own wish list, so […]

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 […]

Real Nightmares: A Rat in the Desert

Yesterday I shared with you all a recurring nightmare I had a few years back that truly terrified me. It was one of those dreams you never forget and definitely never shake, but today I wanted to share a different kind of nightmare I used to have a regular basis. Much like with horror movies, […]

Real Nightmares: Up and Down, Round and Round

When asked about recurring nightmares I always have one big one that comes to mind. I don’t have it anymore but a few years back, over the course of roughly six months, I would have this nightmare half a dozen times. The sequence of events was always the same and always cripplingly terrifying. The nightmare […]