Skip to main content

The Latest

  • Sarah Paulson as Bette and Dot in "American Horror Story: Freak Show"
    The best small screen horror of 2014
    The horror genre enjoyed an exceptional year on the big screen with the superb likes of “Only Lovers Left Alive”, “Oculus”, and “The Babadook”, to name just three. And television continues to demonstrate that...
  • 'Nightbreed: The Director's Cut'
    DVD review: 'Nightbreed: The Director's Cut'
    After Stephen King, perhaps no author is as closely tied to the horror genre as Clive Barker. He has had a few forays into film, so let's check out one of his better-known offerings, 'Nightbreed: The Director's Cut'.Aaron Boone ...
  • Hunting Horror
    Lovecraftian Beasties: Hunting Horror
    From 1918 to 1932, H.P. Lovecraft wrote a series of dark fantasy short stories and novellas that have since been called the “Dream Cycle.” These works of fiction all take place in Lovecraft’s “Dreamlands,” a strange,...
  • Allira Jaques press photo 2014
    Australian actress Allira Jaques making the move to America
    Ever since she decided that acting was what she really wanted to do, Allira Jaques has pursued her career with a ferocious certainty. In 2011, she met writer/director Chris Sun and went on to be featured in his films “Come and Get Me”...
  • Fun facts from NECC Horror Panel
    Fun facts from NECC Horror Panel
    “The 50 Years of Horror on Television” panel at the Northeast Comic Con and Collectibles Extravaganza consisted of Naomi Grossman of “American Horror Story,” Nicholas Brendon from “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and ...
  • Tilda Swinton in "Only Lovers Left Alive"
    Screen horror's best for 2014
    The terrorist threats over the movie “The Interview”, as well as the rash reactions from Sony and the theater chains who all caved into the demands to squelch the release of the Seth Rogen and James Franco comedy, were truly...
  • Blu-ray Review: 'Lord of Illusions: Collector's Edition'
    Blu-ray Review: 'Lord of Illusions: Collector's Edition'
    For someone who claims to be an atheist, Clive Barker sure does delve into the afterlife and spiritual realm a whole lot. From “Nightbreed” to “Hellraiser,” the author / director seems to have an obsession with what’s...
  • Blu-ray Review: 'Pumpkinhead II: Blood Wings'
    Blu-ray Review: 'Pumpkinhead II: Blood Wings'
    Scream Factory follows up its release of the original horror classic with the sequel “Pumpkinhead II: Blood Wings.” While not quite as satisfying as its predecessor, you can’t help but have a level of respect for screenwriters...
  • 'Oculus'
    DVD review: 'Oculus' (2014)
    For as long as there have been scary stories, there have been haunted items.For 'Oculus', we are concerned with a mirror.Years after traumatic events, Tim (Brenton Thwaites) is released from a psychiatric hospital. His sister Kaylie (Karen...
  • The Taking of Deborah Logan DVD
    Movie Review: ‘The Taking of Deborah Logan’
    Possession films seem to be all the rage now, but few manage to challenge the masterpiece that remains The Exorcist. Now comes 2014’s The Taking of Deborah Logan, and there are moments where it seems that this little gem might actually be as...
  • Blu-ray Review: 'Tales from the Crypt / Vault of Horror' Double Feature
    Blu-ray Review: 'Tales from the Crypt / Vault of Horror' Double Feature
    Lovers of classic British horror will celebrate in the knowledge that Scream Factory is finally giving Amicus Productions’ “Tales from the Crypt” and “Vault of Horror” a high-definition release together in a 2-Disc...
  • The Possession of Michael King
    Movie Review: ‘The Possession of Michael King’
    Making its debut in 2014, The Possession of Michael King sets up an intriguing premise but succumbs to conventional horror trappings all-too common in today’s genre, particularly when it comes to found-footage films and modern horror in...
  • The Dead and the Damned 2 DVD
    Movie Review: ‘The Dead and the Damned 2’
    Originally screened in 2014, The Dead and the Damned 2, also known as The Dead the Damned and the Darkness, is a sequel of sorts to 2011’s The Dead and the Damned. The original took place during America’s Wild West time period, and the...
  • Charlie's Farm still
    Reviews coming in for Tara Reid’s latest film ‘Charlie’s Farm’
    After catapulting back into the spotlight as a result of her role in The Asylum’s “Sharknado,” Tara Reid is finding her gold once again. Her latest film is the slasher flick called “Charlie’s Farm” from...
  • 'Mother's Day'
    DVd review: 'Mother's Day' (1980)
    While 'I Spit On Your Grave' and 'Last House On the Left' loom large in the world of '70s revenge films, a more obscure but nearly as controversial entry from a similar era is a little story called 'Mothers Day'.Three...