Poe’s Extraordinary Tales of Horror

Five of Edgar Allan Poe’s best poems are transformed into artistic perfection in this beautifully designed movie. With a central connective story involving a conversation between a feminine voice and a Raven in a cemetery, it is insinuated that the voice is that of one of the statues.  As she continues to go on from…

Don’t Hang Up Review

In the age of Saw it is difficult to make a well constructed smart horror, the eight sequels have failed  adding nothing more than gore porn. Don’t Hang Up decently recreates smart horror in more of a reproduction than homage but what movie is not a duplicate from the story that preceded it? Two high…

Friend Request From The Dead

In my opinion Friend Request received a raw deal from the start, being released after the sub-par horror film Unfriended which immediately left a sour taste for social media based horror not only in the fans of the genre but general audience as well. I am going to go out in defense of Friend Request…

Will You Survive In The Shallows?

I don’t think I have ever been in a movie where the entire audience stood up and clapped at the conclusion with such enthusiastic support for the embattled hero. That was exactly the scene in the theater Friday night for The Shallows staring Blake Lively. Not since Chief Brody went face to face with  an…

Eli Roth’s Party Favor: Clown

 Eli Roth is a name that attracts movie goers, his body of work proves he is a pivotal force in shaping the genre bringing horror to the new age. Hostel reinvented  ‘body horror’, creating physical terror that will leave the audience ill at ease  similar to what  Clive Barker created with his legendary  Hellraiser.  It is without…