Escape Room: Tournament of Champions Blu-Ray Review

Ever since Saw came out in 2004, I’ve always been a sucker for movies with traps and games. With films like the aforementioned Saw, the Cube series, and the first Escape Room, there is plenty to enjoy when discussing films Read More …

Prisoners of the Ghostland Review + Bill Moseley Interview

Thanks to Letterboxd’s Horrorville, last week I was given a really fantastic opportunity! I had the opportunity to chat with Bill Moseley about his latest film, Prisoners of the Ghostland! It also encouraged me to finally launch my YouTube channel Read More …

Candyman Adds to the Lore of the Titular Character in a Meaningful Way

A story like that… A pain like that… That’s Candyman…” One of the most highly anticipated films of 2020 and now 2021 is Nia DaCosta’s Candyman. Due to COVID-19, the film was delayed 3 times. I am happy to report, Read More …

Ready or Not is the Dark Comedy You Didn’t Know You Needed

Getting married is always complicated. Family dynamics come into play and there is always some amount of stress. Ready or Not takes wedding day stress to a whole new level. Imagine joining a new family that has a dark past. Read More …

Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark Delivers a New Take on Family Friendly Horror

For horror fans my age, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark and its sequels were more than likely your gateway into horror. So when it was announced that Guillermo del Toro was producing a movie inspired by the series Read More …

Into the Dark: School Spirit- The Breakfast Club Meets the Slasher Genre

For the past year, the beginning of the month has meant a new entry in the Into the Dark series on Hulu. For those of you who are unfamiliar, Into the Dark is a horror anthology movie series is produced Read More …