Tag horror

IFC Midnight Delivers Russian Alien Horror Film Sputnik to the U.S.

In 1979, the world was introduced to Ridley Scott’s extraterrestrial nightmare film, Alien. Ever since then, horror moviegoers have used the film as the gold standard for space-based horror. While Alien was truly a great and ground-breaking film, as time… Continue Reading →

Nat Geo’s SharkFest Bites!

Hunt. Kill. Eat or be eaten. What’s a summer without sharks? Since many movie theaters are currently closed to the general public (yet there’s still no sequel to The Meg) and my main source of entertainment being basic cable (not… Continue Reading →

The Overseas Box Office Roars Back to Life With Train to Busan Sequel

Per Matt While U.S. movie theaters remain dark like a hiding monster, ready to strike its prey at a moment’s notice once given the all-clear signal, the overseas box office has awakened and is alive and well. And all it… Continue Reading →

Hitchock/Truffaut Celebrates All Forms of Cinema

Per Matt If you enjoy watching modern-day movies — especially the horror genre — you’ve got Alfred Hitchcock to thank for that. Known as the “Master of Suspense,” the filmmaker rewrote the defining elements of what made a movie. And… Continue Reading →

Believers Offers Nuggets of Paranormal Information

Real-life paranormal events can occur in different ways at multiple locations. And to a variety of people. So, when they happen to skeptics, those same people become Believers.

IFC Midnight’s Relic Proves Your Grandma’s House Was Haunted

Growing up, I remember going to my grandmother’s house on weekends with my mom. Rural Tennessee is not the easiest path to travel, so getting there was sometimes an ordeal, not for the faint of heart. While summertime was not… Continue Reading →

Seoul Station Should Be Renamed “Generic Cash-Grab Zombie Movie”

For those of you who read my articles, you know that while I am critical of films, I also try to remove my own bias and rate films for what they are. Many times I have found myself hating a… Continue Reading →

Halloween Kills Gets Delayed, So Where Will I Get My My Michael Myers Fix?

Per Matt For the next few months, you can absolutely forget about watching a newly released film, packed tightly with many other people excited to get out of their house to be entertained by something new. Due to COVID-19 and… Continue Reading →

Hell Fest: Stunting the Antagonist

Per Matt The strong-but-silent type can describe a variety of characters, most notably the hero of many stories. But what happens when your antagonist is silent but deadly? Hell Fest explores the horror trope of having a bad guy who… Continue Reading →

Shudder’s Scare Package is Yet Another Anthology From the Service, But is it Any Good?

Horror anthology movies have a hallowed space in my heart. They are typically hit or miss in quality, story and everything else that makes a great horror film. They can creep you out one minute, then have you laughing the… Continue Reading →

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