Bones Of The Hound From Hell

The thunder clapped in the church, all the members of the congregation thought they could hear  a low growl, the night of August 4, 1577 the townspeople of Bungay were praying  when an emissary of the devil began to charge the area of the church with pounding howls drowning out their kneeling calls to God….

Pennywise Came From Middle-earth

Pennywise The Dancing Clown or also known as Mr. Bob Grey… What is he? Where did he come from? What is the purpose of his slumber and eating of children’s meat saturated with fear? These are questions and debates that have filled message rooms at the far edges of the internet and are ever increasing…

Arkham House: August Derleth and Cthulhu Mythos

Speaking with a client about horror (as I often do) he one day recommended me to seek out the author August Derleth, saying that me being a horror fan of many genres I would greatly enjoy his work. Upon further investigation not only did I discover some of Derleth’s writing but that he had an…

Goodbye AHS, Hello The Exorcist

The Exorcist is the long awaited show that horror fans deserve- now you may say “What about The Walking Dead or American Horror story?” but let us be honest The Walking Dead is more survival drama with closer ties to the likes of Lost than to the genre of horror and American Horror Story… I…

Marvel v. DC

This is not a review of Suicide Squad, I felt the movie had it’s merits but in most films especially comic book based  the villain needs to be grander in scope than the hero in order for the protagonist to overcome and rise above in the eyes of the audience. Enchantress to me was a…

Blade Runner 2: Geriatric Replicant?

In most Ridley Scott films ambiguity is an element essential to the formation of the plot with the finale often than not leaving obscure questions rather than answers which resonate way after the film is over.  These elements are the reason many fans go to see these psychological thrillers and science fiction classics, in order…

James Wan: Horror Icon

Any horror fan could say that the Saw franchise without a doubt has impacted the genre in a major way. Either you enjoy all the films or think the series should have ended with the first there is no question that the original Saw (2004) is a ground breaking and epic horror film. We have…

Horror Critics Should Be Horror Fans

As loyal horror fans we are accustomed to critics crapping on our beloved genre, looking at a Rotten Tomatoes Score or Metacritic review is not a good indicator if a newly released movie is watchable or even has re-watchable qualities.   Why do we stand for this type of ill treatment? Just look at Netflix’s…

Rise for the Honorable Lance Henriksen

How do you sum up the career of Lance Henriksen with an homage that gives his extensive work justice? The man has been in over 222 movies and television shows, acting with some of the best Hollywood has to offer, from Dog Day Afternoon (1975) with Al Pacino to Aliens (1986) starring Sigourney Weaver. I will…

World War Z VII staring Jaden Smith

So we are all about sequels these days, the studio machines have not only found a way to make the typical formula for movies into cash cows but also how to make its subsequent expansions profitable as well. In the old days when a horror movie or slasher was released it was the fans who…