The Menu Serves Delicious Dishes with a Side of Social Commentary

If you have been a reader, fan, or friend of mine, you know that gastro horror is pretty much my brand. I will watch anything and everything that involves food and horror. When I heard about The Menu, I was Read More …

Sinphony: A Clubhouse Horror Anthology Review [Brooklyn Horror Film Festival 2022]

Anthology horror films are a tough nut to crack. Good ones can be really great and bad ones can be so rough. That being said, I’m a sucker for them! Anytime I hear about a new one it always goes Read More …

My Best Friend’s Exorcism Is Teenage Horror at its Finest

On my bookshelf sits a copy of My Best Friend’s Exorcism. I am ashamed to say I still haven’t read it. After what happened with The Black Phone, I think I may be glad about that. I was able to Read More …

The Munsters: A Spooky Rom-Com You Didn’t Know You Needed

I will be the first to say, I was wrong. My initial reaction to the trailer for Rob Zombie’s The Munsters was dead wrong. I was absolutely convinced this film was going to be a hot mess. However, I’m glad Read More …

Goodnight Mommy (2022) Excels Where its Predecessor Fell Flat [Spoilers]

I know there is a camp of film fans who believe that every single remake is garbage. I think remakes are completely subjective to whether or not you liked the original, or at least how much you liked it. For Read More …

Ivy + Bean: The Ghost That Had to Go is Sweet and Spooky

I’m a huge supporter of gateway or starter horror for kids. I love seeing films with spooky themes being made specifically for younger viewers. Sure, there are plenty of horror films that can be shown that aren’t too scary, but 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 …