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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.

Tom Chapmana year ago
Happy Father's Day Elias Voorhees - Friday The 13th's Missing Daddy!
Jason Voorhees has a mother - everyone knows machete-wielding Pamela - but where's Daddy? Spanning ten original films, Freddy vs. Jason, and even a 2009 reboot, the Friday the 13th franchise has made ...
Jay Vergaraa year ago
Weirdly Awesome Publicity Stunt Sees Horror Icons At A Baseball Game
I'll open with this, Japan is amazing. I say that without a spec of irony or sarcasm. Sure, they are a little weird sometimes, but that's what makes them amazing. That awesome weirdness shone bright l...
Jay Vergaraa year ago
The Dark Friendship of Oskar and Eli in "Let the Right One In"
I talked about Oskar a week or two ago and doing that got my mind rolling around about Let the Right One In all over again. It's been years since I've first seen this film and I still think about it e...
Reed Alexandera year ago
Reed Alexander's Review of 'Digging Up The Marrow (2014)'
Great mocumentary. Adam Green makes the fan film of a lifetime. His movie suggests that, in our world, monsters may be real. We all know we want it to be true and he plays on that marvelously. It's re...
Yvonne Glasgowa year ago
Oh, The Horror: 'The Stuff'
I have a passion for horror movies. I’ve had this passion since my teenage years, around the time Cujo was in the theaters and my mom took me to see it. Been hooked since. I watch horror movies in the...
Sean Patricka year ago
Movie Review: 'Angelica'
Angelica starring Jena Malone has had quite a struggle to get to the big screen. The film was completed and shown to festival audiences all the way back in 2015. Only now, however, is this Mitchell Li...
Tyler Callawaya year ago
Breaking Down What Watching 'Get Out' Meant to Me as a White American
(MAJOR SPOILERS FOR 'GET OUT' WILL FOLLOW) Over the weekend I went to see one of the most talked about films of the year in Get Out. I had seen the trailer, heard the buzz, and knew the gist. I knew t...
Tom Chapmana year ago
Season's Weepings: Ranking The Stories From 'Holidays', This Year's Creepiest Horror!
We do love a good horror anthology over here at Movie Pilot, and this year's offering Holidays is no exception! Whether it be taking the kids out of school, or the dreaded trip to the in-laws, the hol...
Jay Vergaraa year ago
Creepy Clowns Take to the Street to Celebrate the Movie "It"
Movie fans tend to celebrate the release of a much-anticipated movie in many ways. Some throw a small get-together before going out to see the movie as a group. Others queue up for the midnight showin...
Tom Chapmana year ago
From Clowns To Corpses: Celebrating Rob Zombie's Best Cinematic Creations!
You have got to admit it, Robert Bartleh Cummings is no name for the father of grindhouse gore, but Rob Zombie...hell yeah! It looks like the musician-cum-director has done it again with the trailer f...
Tom Chapmana year ago
What If John Goodman Isn't The Villain Of '10 Cloverfield Lane'?
A Hitcockian thriller and some of J.J. Abrams' greatest work. 10 Cloverfield Lane is this year's best thriller. With a cast of three (Mary Elizabeth Winstead, John Gallagher Jr., and John Goodman) it ...
Jenika Enocha year ago
Must-See Horror Movies For Beginners
Over the years, people have called me a lot of things due to my love for the horror genre. I've been called crazy, sick, sadistic, or whacky for my love of all things gore, but I just can't help mysel...
Lewis Jefferiesa year ago
The Conjuring 2: How The Crooked Man Could Lead To A Spin Off Film
Spoilers For The End Of The Film Below! Creaking of the doors and the squeaking of the swings. 'The Conjuring 2' is a must see 2016 film. The thrilling film topped the box office charts on it's openin...
M
Malaysia a year ago
Guess Who’s Meeting the Parents
Director Jordan Peele, also known as Peele on the comedy sketch series Key & Peele, creates a chilling horror story that shocks the nation. The story is about an African-American male named Chris who ...
Reed Alexandera year ago
Reed Alexander's Review of "The Brood (1979)"
Like a lot of movies from my childhood, I remember this one being a lot more fun than it actually was. I remember the little children critters being a lot grosser, I remember the movie being a lot mor...
The Green Inferno
Eli Roth is a director that seems like he thinks that he is more talented then what he can actually put on screen. Every movie of his that I’ve seen is a wink and and a smile, and it seems like Roth i...
'The Evil Dead' (1981) and 'Evil Dead' (2013): Classic vs Remake
It has seemed, these last few years, that remaking a classic movie has become a Hollywood tradition for those months when they have nothing better to release. I dunno if studios think that rushing out...