Per Matt Alexander Payne is a filmmaker who just gets it. He seemingly understands every element of the industry (or at least he has the self-awareness to hire the very best employees to make up the difference). That’s high praise… Continue Reading →
Per Matt Eli Roth has been a welcome addition to the Travel Channel lineup. The filmmaker, known for his brutal horror films, has seemingly slashed his way onto the network’s permanent programming grid, providing some pretty good chills in the… Continue Reading →
If you heard a small-town family was terrorized by poltergeist activity, black magic and demonic possession, you’d probably assume it was Hollywood’s latest franchise-starter for the big screen, but you’d be wrong. All of these horrific acts haunted the Michigan… Continue Reading →
Possessed pets, an infamous exorcism, a haunted doll, a pop-singer-turned-paranormal investigator, an Osbourne returns to his haunted home and all sorts of paranormal activity: Welcome to Ghostober 2022.
Per Matt Whenever a storyline gets weird… I dig it. And should that story straddle multiple genres, I enjoy it all the more. If it somehow ventures into the gross-out category (such as body horror), I tend to shy away…. Continue Reading →
What does it mean to hunt for a cryptid? By its definition alone, this is an animal whose existence or survival is disputed or unsubstantiated. So, how, exactly, can you judge a series that successfully tracks one?
A house doesn’t have to be haunted in order for lingering spirits to be attached to the property. I believe in guardian angels, as well as mischievous souls stuck in Purgatory. Growing up in a very old farmhouse (which is… Continue Reading →
A funny thing happened during the third season premiere of The Secret of Skinwalker Ranch. While collecting scientific data, the team actually found something strange! Dropping GPS trackers about a mile above The Triangle through an area where the team… Continue Reading →
Per Matt Maybe we, as an audience, are being tested, much like the characters of Manifest. How many tall tales and zany conspiracy theories can we tolerate, along with so many slow-to-develop storyline resolutions with poorly written characters? Time travel,… Continue Reading →