Bud is diving deep into the world of possession bringing you a TONE of possession film recommendations and a spotify playlist to listen while you read!Read More
Over ten years removed from it’s initial release, we take a look at some of the reasons behind what has made this film one of the largest cult classics in recent memory and what has caused it’s recent resurgence back into modernity in recent years. - DanRead More
This is the eleventh in a recurring series I will be doing highlighting obscure, unknown, forgotten and underrated horror movies. The goal is to bring to light great horror of yesterday and today that is just not on most people’s radar. Just assume spoilers will be included. - BudRead More
Wow, the twists just keep coming, and so well too...by the end of this season this may end up as my favorite American Horror Story season, dethroning Freakshow from the top spot after all these years. Also, we have our first death among the main cast this week, in glorious fashion too, so stay tuned...Read More
Denise Farber has just moved back to New Orleans with her mom and step-dad. They left in the wake of Hurricane Katrina and have finally returned, wagering the last of their family's money on fixing up an old, rundown house and converting it to a bed and breakfast.Nothing seems to work around the place, which doesn't seem too weird to Denise. The unexplained noises are a little more out of the ordinary, but again, nothing too unusual. But when floors collapse, deadly objects rain down, and she hears creepy voices, it's clear to Denise that something more sinister lurks hidden here.
Answers may lie in an old comic book Denise finds concealed in the attic: the lost, final project of a famous artist who disappeared in the 1950’s. Denise isn't budging from her new home, so she must unravel the mystery-on the pages and off-if she and her family are to survive...Read More
"Tomorrow died on the last morning of May. There were those who saw it happen, who watched the shadow fall, who felt the chop of the guillotine as the world lost its head. Everyone else witnessed only the aftermath, for the event itself lasted no longer than a moment. They stepped outside from windowless rooms, they climbed up from crowded subways, they pulled back the blinds to let in the sun, and found the nightmare waiting for them."
But the dark is only the beginning.
Does the first feature length appearance of Art the Clown lay the proper groundwork for his standalone film? Find out, as we review director Damien Leone’s first full-length feature, All Hallows’ Eve.Read More
Set on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border, this Spanish/English language film follows special agent Emanuel Ritter as he leads a police investigation into a series of mysterious deaths involving young children at the border. The case takes a supernatural turn when a priest from the Vatican links the ancient demon Belzebuth to the murders.Read More
Dan, our in-house music geek, has a brand new series for you! He’ll be taking you through the Sounds of Horror….starting with fan favorite; John Carpenter. A lot of great info here folks….dive on in….Read More
Camp is not going very well…there’s two possible killers, bodies are starting to drop, and backstories are being revealed. Get caught up on AHS 1984 episode before number three premiers tonight!Read More