A Monstrumologist and his twelve year old assistant come face to face with a creature of legends, camp light stories, and nightmares – The Wendigo.
Growing up in the early to mid to even later 2010s, I watched “What’s New Scooby-Doo”, “Scooby-Doo Mystery Incorporated”, and of course reruns of “Scooby-Doo Where are You”.
Before talking to empty black boxes online was normal, my parents warned me about the bad intentions of the people behind them. “Megan is Missing” is a film that made me glad I listened.
“Doctor Sleep” pays homage to “The Shining” as best as it can but stands alone as its own zany and disturbing horror too. It’s not just a sequel…
“Devotion” is a first-person psychological horror video game set in 1980s Taiwan, with the majority of the plot happening in an apartment complex.
Sometimes the best stories have already been told. All they need is a visual medium to back them up.
“Hellblazers” is a Tubi original set in the late 80s that follows a satanic cult who wants to unleash hell on Earth.
“The Southern Book Club’s Guide to Slaying Vampires” by Grady Hendrix is a Southern based supernatural story set in the 90’s about an average housewife named Patricia and her fellow book club members.
Five in-depth documentaries that take a look behind the scenes of your favorite horror franchises.
At the premiere of “From”, no one expected it to be the gem of a series it turned out to be. However, sometimes the best gifts are unexpected, which is never bad.