Walking Dead Review Season Six Episode 2- Spoilers!

The Walking Dead Review JSS By Jessica Dwyer SPOILERS! The latest episode of The Walking Dead  starts with a flashback…which may be confusing as the entire first episode of the season was a...

The Casket Creatures Return To Wolfton At Ludicrous Speed!

The Casket Creatures return with their brand new album, 'Return To Wolfton' and it is guaranteed to break necks and elicit devious cackles from horror lovers everywhere. With this being...

Eli Roth’s The Green Inferno Satisfies a Very Specific Palette

It’s hard not admire a director that does their own thing. Eli Roth puts a lot of love into his work and wears his influences proudly. In Cabin Fever we...

THE LIBRARY OF TERROR DIGS INTO STEPHEN KING’S NEWEST COOKIE JAR

Released less than a week ago, Stephen King's latest offering to his Constant Readers is a nostalgic trip set in a retirement home.  Certainly not the first time we've...

In praise of ‘Pieces’

In Praise of 'Pieces' by Jeff Kirschner “You Don’t Have To Go To Texas For A Chainsaw Massacre!” screamed the tagline on the lurid poster for Pieces, the 1982 Spanish splatter-flick,...
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‘Hereditary’ Film Review – Secrets Won’t Stay Buried Forever

I vividly remember one of the very first times I experienced Gone with the Wind. I was so totally enthralled, that at one point (I can’t recall where this...

THE NEIGHBOR: DUNSTAN AND MELTON HIT A HOME RUN IN HORROR!

“Don’t measure your neighbor's honesty… …by your own” ~ American Proverb Just one more job. One more then John and Rosie can finally run. Far from the violent vice of control...

JILL GEVARGIZIAN’S THE STYLIST: Movie REVIEW

Fear not, horror fiends.  Independent horror is alive and well, thanks in no small part to filmmaker Jill Gevargizian and her twisted film company, Sixx Tape. The Stylist is the...

Film Review – Ekimmu: The Dead Lust

Film Review – Ekimmu: The Dead Lust – by Chris Barnes When you hear of an independent filmmaker’s running battle with the most serious of illnesses moments before you press play...

November Horror Block Review

For those not familiar with Horror Block, it is a monthly subscription box from those who brought you Nerd Block, Arcade Block, Nerd Block Jr just to name a...

‘The Triangle’ Horror Film Review

THE TRIANGLE is a faux documentary into a commune that has set up an eternal base camp in the Montana wilderness. Tired of being a slave to the modern world,...

Festival winner “Chatter” making it’s way to RIP Fest

When it comes to video chatting it's safe to assume it's between you and your chatter...right? Chatter, Winner of "Best Experimental Feature" at LA THRILLER FILM FEST 2015, "Best...
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