While “Hellraiser: Revelations” may have been a slap dash production, the work of effects artist Gary J. Tunnicliffe kicks ass.
When people are housebound in a horror movie, it’s typically due to the snow and not a disease. And look, I get it, we’re not exactly snowbound due to COVID-19, […]
Erotic thrillers are a dying breed, but there was a special time in the late 80s and early 90s when they ruled the box office; titles like Basic Instinct, Fatal […]
In the age of streaming and the never-ending flow of content that’s direct-to-VOD, it may seem like original horror stories are becoming a rare breed. How many movies can they […]
The Night God Screamed is an underloved, neglected little horror/exploito trash culture grab bag from 1971. It’s the type of threadbare production that perfectly encapsulates scuzzbucket Americana without really trying. […]
With a filmography that prominently features horror icons Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee, it’s no surprise that Britain’s famed Hammer Film Productions has an expansive back catalog that showcases everything […]
I often wonder why the Venn diagram of war and horror films doesn’t overlap more. Death and the dark side of human nature prevail in both genres and the differences […]
Unpopular Opinion, Or Why I Think (Not Actually Real) Animal Murder In Horror Films Is Great, And Why You Should Think So Too
I’ve noticed an attitude among modern horror fans that puzzles me. These days it seems like even the most voracious gorehound is put off, appalled, upset, even outright angered at the depiction of household pets meeting grisly ends in horror movies, despite general delight in unchecked savagery inflicted on human beings. Why is that?