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Reality is More Terrifying than Fiction in the Netflix Original, The Push

Truth is stranger than fiction and, often times, a whole lot more terrifying. Ask yourself one very simple question: Can you be convinced to kill a man?

Horror Sweeps the Oscars!

As a fan of horror films, is it odd that I felt like a winner last night, too, as horror films cleaned up at the 2018 Oscars? Horror films are often overlooked when it comes to award shows and particularly… Continue Reading →

And the Award Goes to… Horror: The 2017 Rondo Awards!

I’ve spent three weeks — three freaking weeks — agonizing over how to write up an article about my picks for the best horror of 2017. With two films that would classically be considered as horror by the elite of… Continue Reading →

Heathers is Back and Forcing the Status Quo to “Lick it Up”

There is a decent chance the audience watching the new Heathers TV show on the Paramount Network has never seen the original black comedy. This makes it equally possible that they will absolutely not understand the point of Heathers and… Continue Reading →

Walker World Celebrates the Art of the Undead Actor

When you think about AMC’s The Walking Dead, the hit show’s artistic team of behind-the-scenes filmmakers may not be the first thing to come to mind, but it should be.

The Shape of Controversy: Guillermo del Toro and Claims of Plagiarism

The Shape of Water has been a huge hit in so many regards. A beautifully articulated and portrayed story of bizarre, forbidden romance wrapped in the trappings of a creature feature, it’s no surprise that the film has received so… Continue Reading →

Have I Got a Story for You? The Amazing Nature of Anthologies.

I love a good short story. Whether it’s a one-off comic, a piece of flash fiction or an episode of an anthology series, I’m a sucker for short form. Growing up, I devoured anthologies — literary and cinematic — because… Continue Reading →

Batman Ninja Poses Different Questions

What if Batman was a ninja in feudal Japan? That concept looks as cool as it sounds.

Ant-Man and the Wasp Takes Flight With Trailer

“Maybe you just need someone watchin’ your back… like a partner.”

February is for Frights: Celebrating Women in Horror Month

February is Women in Horror Month, a time of year where we recognize and celebrate the ever-growing contributions of women in the horror entertainment industry and in horror culture. Like any industry, horror has largely been a boys club for… Continue Reading →

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