Death Is Policy In The Belko Experiment

The Belko Experiment is “Lord Of The Flies” meets “Cube” in this absolute assault on human decency. The film displays various subjugations on the nature of man and if we are inherently violent with a compulsion to destroy human life in order to save our own, or if we have over years of civilization built…

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…

Review: The Neon Demon

The Fashion World has teeth! The Neon Demon is a fascinating film  layered in many levels, a rare treat full of cameos that will leave you wondering why it did not get a larger release for national distribution. Nicolas Winding Refn wrote and directed this disturbing picture, anyone that has seen Bronson (Tom Hardy) and…

Japanese Horror Wants Their Movie Back

In 2013 David Sandberg created a short for the Who’s There Film Challenge it depicts a women turning the lights off in the hallway of her apartment to reveal a creature that is stalking her through the dark.The full length feature film Lights Out it’s based on produced by James Wann held such promise, it seemed this…

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…

Exorcism Anonymous: Ava’s Possessions

Any horror fan is familiar with the demonic possession movie where a young women is taken over by a spiritual entity and her life is destroyed by the demon’s actions, leaving those as witness  victimized by the evil inside of her. The movie ends once the priest with the glass of water helps remove the…

The Witch: The Unwritten Book Was Better

The Witch has recently been hailed as the years best horror, I feel a lot of Clickbait out there is hyping this movie to greater heights then what it deserves. Don’t get me wrong I really enjoyed it, but I felt The Witch dragged at points and could have included a little more movement in…