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Abigail’s Bloody Adaptation

Per Matt Back in the day when Bela Lugosi graced the silver screen, vampires were an elegant sort. They were nightmare creatures only whispered about through folk tales, who flirted with death (and beautiful women) daily. Unbelievably, it’s been almost… Continue Reading →

Easter Bloody Easter Carves Its Own Path in Holiday Horror

The horror genre’s fascination with holidays extends beyond mere scares; it’s a reflection of cultural significance, symbolism and the inherent themes ripe for exploration within each celebration. Halloween, with its association with the supernatural and fear, stands as the undisputed… Continue Reading →

Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire Lacks Flavor

The art of cinematic storytelling is not much different from food prep. Movie production is akin to a slow-cooking process, much like cooking a meal with a traditional oven or crockpot. It involves planning, preparation and collaboration among various individuals,… Continue Reading →

What Happens When The Devil’s Partner Meets the Creature from the Haunted Sea?

Per Matt Comparing a demonic, small-town shapeshifter to a team of seafaring monsters of different varieties on a deadly treasure hunt probably doesn’t sound like two similar movies, but all of the aforementioned characters are definitely bloodthirsty. Murder knows no… Continue Reading →

Film Masters Features Two Roger Corman Classics on The Terror

Per Matt Ah, Roger Corman. If ever there was a filmmaker who could create more with less, it’s clearly him. Now, suppose you wanted to crank out an entire movie within two days on a whim with zero budget… then,… Continue Reading →

Murder is So 1987 in Amazon Prime’s Totally Killer

It’s no surprise that I have a deep affection for horror movies. Whether there’s an axe-wielding maniac, a chainsaw-swinging mutant or anything filled with blood and gore, it’s safe to say I’m a delighted viewer (and not the Camp Crystal… Continue Reading →

Film Masters Debuts a Double Bill of Cult Classics

Per Matt Less is more. That simple cultural proverb has been attributed to a variety of people throughout history, but it was absolutely taken to heart by filmmaker Ray Kellogg. Primarily known for his groundbreaking special-effects work in blockbusters during… Continue Reading →

The Blackening Flips the Script on Horror Tropes

Per Matt Taking a wide glance at many successful horror movies released throughout the years, you’ll surely find quite a few of the same horror tropes. Each film might not feature every single one of them, but there’s a lot… Continue Reading →

The Zompocalypse Therapy Sessions Beats Pandemic Movie Fatigue with Comedy

In 2020, the world was placed on hold due to the global pandemic. And ever since, filmmakers have used this outbreak as a basis for the stories they bring to the masses. The trend has sparked a new subgenre called… Continue Reading →

Secure Your Stash and Beware the Cocaine Bear!

Per Matt So, there’s a wild bear… that discovers some cocaine. I mean, a whole lot of cocaine. That singular premise intrigued me enough to watch Universal’s latest release, Cocaine Bear. It’s a simple concept that’s comparable to Snakes on… Continue Reading →

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