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Halloween Kills

Halloween Kills (2021): A Review

Now available on Peacock and in theaters, Michael Myers comes home once again in “Halloween Kills”. The strode women left the man who has haunted their family for four decades in the burning wreck of Laurie’s home. The nightmare should be over, but it hasn’t even begun.


Nightbreed (1990): A Review

Nothing screams horror like a well-infused combination of a psychotic serial murderer and mystical creatures ruled by Baphomet. Director Clive Barker reached newer, more disturbing heights in his 1990’s classic, “Nightbreed”. What makes this movie so unique and fresh is the mixture of realistic and mystical horror.

Zombie For Sale

Zombie For Sale (2019): A Review

Alternatively known as “The Odd Family: Zombie on Sale, Zombie for Sale” (2019) is a comedy-horror that proves you can warm the heart of a walking cadaver. Taking place in the town of Pungsan, the Park family lives in a gas station-part-auto repair shop that hosts their activities as a bunch of money-oriented scammers. Their lives change in the arrival of a zombie who has recently escaped from a pharmaceutical company’s facility.

Dark Shadows

The Shadows Among ‘Dark Shadows’

“Dark Shadows” was a Gothic television soap opera that ran from 1966 to 1971. The show featured the haunted lives and history of the Collins family in Collinsport, Maine. Episodes were filled with murder, ghosts, curses, legends, and monsters, but what made the show become a big hit was the appearance of the legendary TV vampire, Barnabas Collins.


The Halloween Franchise For Newbies

Let’s assume that you are not a scary movie fan, but as Halloween nears, you decide that it’s time you got into the scary frame of mind. What better place to start than the franchise named after the most terrifying day of the year? But let’s assume you have never seen one of these films. Well, here’s everything you need to know. Before we begin, you are advised to forget the name “Halloween: Resurrection”, trust me.

There's Someone Inside Your House

There’s Someone Inside Your House: A Review

“There’s Someone Inside Your House” (2021) premiered on Netflix this past week by director Patrick Brice and produced by horror mastermind James Wan. Based on the novel of the same name by Stephanie Perkins, this modern-day slasher follows a teenager in a small Nebraska town as a killer stalks her classmates. The elusive assailant haunts those who have something to hide, revealing their most terrible secrets to the city before slaying them.

Creature from the Black Lagoon

Creature From The Black Lagoon (1954)

One of the later monster movies in a long list of Universal Studios’ horror movies, Creature from the Black Lagoon (1954) follows a group of scientists who travel deep into the Amazon rainforest to solve the strange mystery of an unidentifiable fossil discovered in a nearby village adjacent to the forest.


Svengali (1931): A Review

It’s always a pleasant surprise to find old movies made before the Hays Code, especially ones like Svengali (1931). The movie, of course, introduces Svengali in the middle of his profession as one of his students reveals to have left her violent husband in favor of her singing teacher.

No One Gets Out Alive

No One Gets Out Alive (2021): A Review

A perfect film for the Halloween season, No One Gets Out Alive (2021) brings a thrilling story that anyone can appreciate. The very real fears of undocumented workers discussed by the filmmakers throughout the story brings shockingly real frights to the audience in a unique and refreshing light.


Leviathan (1989): A Review

Similarly to several other aquatic horror films, the sci-fi horror film, Leviathan (1989) directed by George Cosmatos, follows an underwater crew that disturbs a long time sleeping sea monster that wreaks havoc on the entire crew. In Leviathan, this underwater crew of geologists encounter a highly infectious DNA disease that transforms anyone in contact with it into a hideous and horrendous sea monster.