Decades of Dread: The 1970s

Decades of Dread is heading into more modern horror! The 1970s isn’t a decade I usually think of as my favorite but while putting this article together I realized I like a lot more of it than I thought. A Read More …

Decades of Dread: The 1960s

It’s the start of a new week which means more of my Decades of Dread series! As I mentioned last week, for this series I will be sharing some of my favorite films from each decade. It’s my hope that Read More …

The Invitation (2022) Is a Love Letter to Universal and Hammer Horror

So I tried to create a meaningful or quirky opener to this review. The fact is, I failed. However, I’m here to say that I really dug The Invitation and Sony Pictures really dropped the ball on the marketing for Read More …

Decades of Dread: The 1950s

Happy Friday! Welcome back to my Decades of Dread series! As I mentioned earlier this week, for this series I will be sharing some of my favorite films from each decade. It’s my hope that this gives folks some ideas Read More …

Squeal is Dark Yet Delivers the Whimsy of a Folk Tale

I love folk horror. It has quickly become one of my favorite sub-genres of horror. So when I heard about Squeal I was definitely intrigued. I also wasn’t really familiar with much Latvian cinema so I thought this would be Read More …

Kick Ass Ladies & a Killer Soundtrack Make Revealer a Must-Watch

It is no secret. I am a die-hard Paper Street Pictures cheerleader, not to mention the president of the Scare Package fan club! I adore most if not all of their projects. So when I saw the poster (I typically Read More …

Decades of Dread: The 1940s

Welcome back to my Decades of Dread series! As I mentioned in my previous post, for this series I will be sharing some of my favorite films from each decade. It’s my hope that this gives folks some ideas for Read More …

Decades of Dread: The 1930s

Welcome to my latest series, Decades of Dread! In this series, I’m planning to share 5 movies from each decade that I enjoy! I will be linking to their Letterboxd page so that you can easily add them to your Read More …

3 Horror Films Featuring Austin Butler to Watch After Elvis

Whether or not Baz Luhrmann’s newest film Elvis, is of interest, there is one thing you can’t deny. Austin Butler is going to take Hollywood by storm. His performance in that movie is absolutely incredible. What you may not realize Read More …

The Black Phone Deviates from Its Source Much to Its Detriment [Spoilers]

Joe Hill’s The Black Phone hits theaters this Friday. I’ll be the first to admit that I was hyped for this movie. I even read the short story and it’s missing chapter! Did the film live up to my expectations? Read More …