1 hr. 25 min.
 
 

“Lake Bodom” Tackles A True-Crime Story With A Gruesome Tale Of Its Own

p Campground slashers are one of the more common horror sub-genre films. They have been done every way imaginable, and continue to produce mixed results for horror fans. For every Sleepaway camp there are a dozen Blair Witch Pr...
 
7.0

Review: “Always Shine” Is Further Proof That Director Sophia Takal Is An Important, Emerging Talent

  If Sophia Takal’s directorial debut film “Green” showed hints of her being an up-and-coming talent to watch out for in the future, her second film “Always Shine” cements her as one of indepe...
 
8.0

31 Days of Horror: “Nightmare Weekend” (1986)

  Ladies and gentlemen, we may have a winner! I don’t mean that in a good way. I mean it in a “This might be the worst movie ever made!” way. Over the decades, Troma has given us hundreds if not thousands...
 
1.0

31 Days Of Horror: “Satanic” Was Better Left On the Shelf

Have you ever watched a movie and asked yourself, “How the hell did this get made?” That’s the exact question I found myself muttering throughout the entire viewing of “Satanic”. It should have bee...
 
2.0

31 Days Of Horror: “The Windmill Massacre”

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! No not Christmas… October! That wonderful little month, when all of the leaves change, the air has a crisp, cool feeling, and for 31 days I (and all of you who are like me a...
 
6.8

Review: “What We Become”

There is not typically a lot of excitement, in small, suburban neighborhoods. With quiet streets, and friendly people, the average summer day usually consists of community picnics, going to the river, and, if you are a teenage ...
 
6.5