movie review

Movie reviews for horror fans; from gruesome bone-chillers to dark horror thrillers, a showcase for frightful films that seek to entertain and to terrify.

Trevor Wells9 days ago
Film Review: 'The Wrong Babysitter'
Ever since her detective husband Frank was murdered, artist Susan "Sue" Brown (Daphne Zuniga) has been trying to move forward, along with her precocious daughter Christy (Ava Hughes), who at 15 aspire...
Will Lasley10 days ago
‘Nightmare Cinema’ Movie Review
Nightmare Cinema is a horror anthology film conceived by genre veteran Mick Garris. Several people wander into an old movie theater, and each patron is shown a horror vignette featuring themselves as ...
Reed Alexander11 days ago
Reed Alexander's Horror Review of 'Lord of Illusions' (1995)
Barker was really on point with this story. It's dark and gritty, and fucking disturbing. I also forget just how insane it could be including the multiple extremely cringe-worthy scenes. Barker was al...
Will Lasley11 days ago
'Rock, Paper, Scissors' Movie Review
Rock, Paper, Scissors (originally titled Rock, Paper, Dead) is the long-awaited collaboration between director Tom Holland, who brought us Fright Night and Child's Play, and writer Victor Miller, who ...
Trevor Wells11 days ago
Film Review: 'Hidden in Plain Sight'
Katie (Victoria Barabas) is a small-town waitress with a big secret to hide—starting with the fact that she's living under a false name. Originally an art gallery employee in the city, Katie began a r...
Peter P11 days ago
'Pledge' (2018)
Do I tuck my shirt in? I don’t care, you look like you’re gonna fix the computer anyway. This straightforward movie Pledge managed to surprise me. At first, I didn’t expect much from it. But as the st...
Trevor Wells12 days ago
Film Review: 'The Redeeming'
During a cold and stormy night, Joyce (Tracey Ann Wood) is surprised when a young man comes to her front door. The man introduces himself as John (Ryan Wichert), and asks to take shelter in Joyce's co...
Peter P12 days ago
'Big Legend' (2018)
I don’t believe in fairy tales. Another film about the legendary Sasquatch, better known as Bigfoot. A few months ago I saw the film “Primal Rage” which I really could appreciate despite the low budge...
Will Lasley12 days ago
‘Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark’ Movie Review
Based on the popular trilogy of books of the same name, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark involves a group of kids in the late sixties who sneak into an allegedly haunted house on Halloween night. Aft...
D.J. Rivera12 days ago
'The Lodge' Could Very Well Be The Next Great Horror Film!
In most celebrated horror films, there are two things that usually, more often than not, resulting in a terrifyingly satisfying and thought-provoking experience. There is a group of unsuspecting peopl...
Q-ell Betton14 days ago
'Office Uprising' - Review (Netflix)
Office Uprising is a comedy-horror written by Peter Gamble and Ian Shorr and directed by Lin Oeding. It scores a respectable six point two on IMDB with a great cast led by Brenton Thwaites, who is in ...
Reed Alexander14 days ago
Reed Alexander's Horror Review of 'The Returned' (2013)
This, this is a fucking zombie movie. And you know what? There are only two damn zombies in the whole fucking movie. You only really get to see one. The rest are just a looming backdrop. I talked abou...
Reed Alexander15 days ago
Reed Alexander's Horror Review of 'World War Z' (2013)
World War Z is... not a horror movie. I'm a little more than disappointed here. This was an action movie, not a horror movie. Brad Pitt might as well have been fighting terrorists for all it would hav...
Trevor Wells15 days ago
Film Review: 'Capps Crossing'
It was supposed to be a relaxing trip out in the woods for this group of friends: Kyle (Marcus Parker), his girlfriend Kara (Isabel Siragusa), Rob (Alex Acosta), and his girlfriend Robin (Ashley Sulli...
Pierre Roustan16 days ago
Nostalgic 'The Lost Boys' and 'The Craft' Revived, and We're Giddy
That's a tough one for me, honestly. Nostalgia's aplenty in the horror market for throwbacks, but my only one slight concern is when a remake, reboot, rehash, or revamp tarnishes the terror magnificen...
Peter P17 days ago
'Brightburn' (2019)
Take.. The.. World. Take the world. Superhero-movie-haters unite. Run to a nearby movie theater to see this movie. Because Brightburn is the ultimate anti-superhero-film of all time. The moment I real...
Iqbal Hasan17 days ago
I Guess I'm the Only Person Who Hates 'Midsommar'
So the latest Ari Aster movie Midsommar has hit the theatres and has been getting raving reviews from all the biggest movie-orientated websites. IMDB gives it a 7.7/10, Rotten Tomatoes gives it a 81% ...
Katie Green18 days ago
Freudian Psychoanalysis Used to Redefine Horror Films
Alfred Hitchcock was a trendsetting director, to say the least. He constantly pushed the boundaries of the thriller/horror genre. In the 1960s film, Psycho, he especially pushed these limits as, by th...