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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.

Reed Alexander2 months ago
Reed Alexander's Horror Review of 'The Thing' (2011)
My fans may remember from an earlier review that I found John Carpenter's The Thing (1982) to be one of the greatest all time classics. So, when I heard they were doing a new movie back in 2011, I fan...
Reed Alexander2 months ago
Reed Alexander's Horror Review of 'Butterfly Kisses' (2019)
Can we talk about how fucking funny it is, that this is a fake documentary about a fake documentary? I fucking love the fact that they layered it like that. Also, props on the head nod to the original...
A 'Chucky' Movie That's Artistic?
There have been a lot of great movies and television shows I have seen through my youth and the rest of my teenage life. There are many different genres I enjoy, but for some reason, I mostly enjoy th...
Matthew Trundle2 months ago
'Us' Is Auteur-Led Horror at Its Best
I saw many comments calling Jordan Peele the new “master of suspense” prior to the release of his sophomore feature Us and thought how high people’s expectations were getting and how some people were ...
Brooke Collits2 months ago
10 Real Horrific Events That Have Happened On the Sets of Horror Movies
From running into a killer to the possession by demons, or getting lost with the woods, horror movies keep coming up with interesting and thought-provoking scripts that target the film enthusiast pres...
Shane O'Neill2 months ago
'Us': A Breath of Fresh Air or More of the Same?
This past week I made the decision to check out Jordan Peele's latest project, Us (2019). This was a film I had little intention of seeing, not because it seemed uninteresting or generic, but simply because horror is a hard sell for yours truly. It is a genre I find to be not only uninspired, but plainly formulaic. So much so that I can almost completely call what a horror film will entail based purely on the trailer and title alone. With that being said, I had heard the rave reviews Get Out (20...
Q-ell Betton2 months ago
'The Silence' - A Review (Netflix)
How did Stanley Tucci end up in this? He needs to speak to his agent. Not that the rest of the cast cannot act, they undoubtedly can. John Corbett—a name not as well known as Tucci’s, but an actor who...
Reed Alexander2 months ago
Reed Alexander's Horror Review of 'Pet Sematary' (2019)
Jesus fucking Christ, Jete' Laurence is fucking creepy. Can we take a minute to appreciate, that at no point, did she fuck this role up with a Silent Hill moment? That speaks volumes for her talent as...
Peter P2 months ago
'Fractured' (2018)
Summary When Rebecca and Michael decide to take a weekend getaway and drive into the isolated countryside, they arrive at their cottage unscathed, but Rebecca can't help but feel like someone is watch...
Michael Bauch2 months ago
The Message of 'Pet Semetary'
One of the biggest issues with remaking a film is when the spirit of the original gets lost in the mix. 1989 saw the release of the film adaptation of one of Stephen King's career defining novels, Pet...
Tyler Turner2 months ago
'Pet Sematary'—Film Review
Stephen King’s cult classic novel, Pet Sematary, has been resurrected for the second time. Thirty years on from the first adaptation, the release of Kolsch and Widmyer’s chilling new spin on the grues...
Buddy Brown2 months ago
10 Horror Movies That Had Actors Die on Set
Do you believe in the Law of Attraction? The Law of Attraction suggests that you can attract bad luck by just thinking about it. This means thinking about evil will attract evil to your door. The same...
Marielle Sabbag2 months ago
'Misery' - A Movie Review
If you think you’ve experienced misery, then you’d better call yourself lucky not to have been in Paul Sheldon’s aching shoes. Misery crept into theaters in 1990. In one of Stephen King’s most popular...
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Brian Anonymous2 months ago
My Review of 'Us'
Like everyone out there that's seen the movie Get Out, I highly anticipated Jordan Peele's second horror movie outing. To be honest, I didn't really expect another one to be created so soon. I thought...
Peter P3 months ago
'Dead in the Water' (2018)
Summary: The members of a ship's all-female crew are forced to fight for their lives against an unknown enemy while stranded in the middle of a massive storm 600 miles from shore. Genre: Thriller Coun...
Robert Cain3 months ago
'Us' Movie Review
Released: 22nd March 2019 (UK and US) Length: 116 Minutes Certificate: 15 Director: Jordan PeeleStarring: Lupita Nyong'o, Winston Duke, Shahadi Wright Joseph, Evan Alex, Elizabeth Moss and Tim Heideck...
Jonathan Sim3 months ago
'Us' Movie: Analyzed and Explained
If you're reading this article and you're anything like me, that means you most likely watched Jordan Peele's newest horror film, Us, and are a bit confused about what it all meant. Questions should b...
Trevor Wells3 months ago
Lifetime Review: 'The Twisted Son'
For the past year, things have been rough for the Petrovic family—particularly for Paige Petrovic (Andrea Roth). Ever since losing her teenage son Zach to an overdose, Paige has found herself crippled...