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Zach Kindron

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I am Zach and I watch movies. They're pretty much my life, especially horror flicks because they're rad. I am also a freelance (and by 'freelance' I mean I have a blog) film critic and writer.

Prevenge, and Why You Should All Subscribe to Shudder

I’m sure most of you horror nerds out there are at least familiar with the streaming service Shudder. Basically the “Netflix” of the horror genre, for just $4.99 a month you can have access to countless genre classics both new and old. This isn’t some paid ad or anything like that, I’ve been using the

(Film Review) We Go On – A Clever Look at the Afterlife

If someone offered to show you proof of an afterlife, would you want to see it? For Miles Grissom the answer is an astounding yes, in fact, he’s willing to pay for it. The new film from writer/director duo Jesse Holland & Andy Milton, We Go On, explores the age-old debate of whether or not

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

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

Ouija: Origin of Evil – Film Review

Two years ago a horror movie called Ouija was released into theaters, it was met with a heavy negative critical response so I never saw it. The movie made ten times its budget back in the U.S. alone, however, so a sequel was inevitable. Thankfully, that’s all you as an audience need to know going