Bad Candy Likely to Leave a Bad Aftertaste

With Halloween just over a month away, horror anthology Bad Candy makes its way to VOD platforms. From Amicus Productions to the V/H/S series, the horror anthology has a longstanding history in the genre. Some anthologies – Dr Terror’s House of Horrors, Creepshow, Tales from the Hood, Trick R’ Treat – are justly regarded as […]

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Hostile Offers Somber Post-Apocalyptic Thriller

Not to be confused with recent Christian Bale western, Hostiles, 2017 release Hostile is the latest post-apocalyptic thriller. Like zombie movies, it’s a subgenre that has ambitious filmmakers have been increasingly adopting to attempt uniquely allegorical storytelling. But audiences should be forewarned. If you’re expecting a hyper-violent, off-the-wall story in the vein of The Purge […]

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A Quiet Place Part II: A Worthy Follow-Up to a Classic Movie

Finally, yet another major delayed horror release has made its way to theaters. Originally planned for 2020, like just everything else, A Quiet Place Part II took a backseat to a global lockdown Apparently, movie fans have been chomping at the bit to see John Krasinski’s follow-up to his major 2018 hit. To date, A […]

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Slender Man: Internet Boogeyman Exceeds Low Expectations, But Still Underwhelms

Maybe you’ve heard of the Slender Man urban legend. If you’re young and hip, then you likely first heard of the fictional character through a creepypasta Internet meme. Eric Knudsen, or “Victor Surge”, created the legend on the Something Awful forum. If you’re older, you likely don’t know a creepypasta from a seafood linguine. As such, […]

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Dark Light: Netflix Snoozer Will Put Your Lights Out

Writer and director Padraig Reynolds, whose prior effort was the somewhat interesting Rites of Spring, is back with Dark Light. What kind of movie Reynolds has in store for audiences depends on the promotional material you’re looking at. Some posters tease an alien invasion angle. Other promotional materials hint at subterranean monsters. Everything suggests a […]

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Decade of Dread: Best Horror Movies of the 2010’s PT V

After four weeks of counting down, we’ve finally arrived at the end. Distilling an entire decade’s worth of movie down to a list of just 50 titles is no easy task. Inevitably, some movies have probably been missed. Some rankings will spark disagreement. Nevertheless, the 10 (okay, maybe 11) movies at the peak of The […]

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Beware of The Blob: Sixty Years Later

Audiences love a good creature feature. Whether it’s just regular sharks, aliens, or over-sized insects, we can’t get enough of big monsters destroying famous landmarks. Sixty years ago, teens crowded drive-in theaters to see one of Hollywood’s best creature-features – The Blob. It’s the perfect midnight movie and a testament to a way of film-making […]

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Nightbreed: Clive Barker’s Cult Monster Mash

Clive Barker – horror novelist, screenwriter, director and producer. Though horror fans haven’t afforded him Stephen King’s level of fame, Barker is no less a prominent figure in horror. Arguably, most horror fans know Barker best for his classic horror movie, Hellraiser. A classic of 1980’s horror, Hellraiser has continued to churn out straight-to-video sequels […]

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