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 …

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 …

Celebrate National Donut Day with Attack of the Killer Donuts!

I love a good food holiday! Even more so, I love food horror! So when I can talk about a food horror movie on the holiday that celebrates the food it features, I get pretty damn excited! Today is National Read More …

Resident Evil Returns to its Roots with Welcome to Raccoon City [Spoilers]

If you follow me on Twitter you know that I’ve been eagerly waiting for Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City. I did it all, watched and rated the live-action and animated films/shows, I watched my friend stream both campaigns of Read More …

Candyman (2021) Blu-Ray Review

One of my favorite horror films this year, Candyman, is now available on home release! If you missed seeing this during its theatrical/on-demand run, now is a great time to pick up this fantastic film. In Candyman, “for as long as Read More …

Last Night in Soho Dazzles With Beautiful Visuals and a Killer Soundtrack

Just in time for Halloween, Focus Features has released what is easily one of my favorite films of the year. Last Night in Soho has been highly anticipated since it made its rounds on the festival scene. I’m happy to Read More …

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 …