New Horror  Reviews
The Babadook is a fine example of leaving the audience hanging, and letting said audience happily depart the theatre to later debate on the events just experienced.
Director Ian Kessner’s feature film Lost After Dark is quite simply, “The best 80’s slasher film that wasn’t filmed in the 80’s” (and the production should feel free to use that quote as liberally as they’d like for the flick’s marketing materials). It’s just that good.
If you went into the Annabelle experience hoping to have your appetite for the haunted house sated, and walked away feeling unfulfilled, don’t consider 2014 a lost cause just yet, writer/director Gerard Johnstone is making a case for himself and his wicked black comedy, Housebound.
Ouija is a teen horror flick filling the Halloween void that is decidedly absent of yet another Saw, Paranormal Activity or Final Destination remake. With no real alternatives available in U.S. theaters in October 2014 Ouiji went on to a $20MM opening weekend, and will likely ride that wave a little further before it dies off.
It’s Saturday night at Screamfest 2014 and what could be more delightful than a crazy romp through a fantastic horror comedy? Sound good? Well then, check out the insane fun that is Suburban Gothic.
Interesting thing, V/H/S: Viral. On one hand all of the shorts are top notch, being well acted and delivered. The stories are compelling and the disastrous fate suffered by all is satisfying and carries at least a shred of believability...
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October 31, 2014
by Michael Klug - Contributor
Here we are with yet another wet-n-slimy girl whose long, black stringy hair shrouds most of her dead grey face – ghost movie. But, it’s not Asian, or even a remade Asian idea (color me amazed!) It carves out its very own little universe, and despite the familiar road it follows, Jessabelle is a very frightening, dare I say, quaint – horror gem.
October 31, 2014
by Erik J. Brown - Contributor
Well, it’s official. American Horror Story: Asylum and Freak Show are linked. Lily Rabe is coming back to the show for a special guest spot in the series upcoming 10th episode. Not only does that continue her streak as one of the few actors that have appeared in every season so far, but she becomes the second actor to have one of her past character
October 30, 2014
by Michael Klug - Contributor
The Babadook is a fine example of leaving the audience hanging, and letting said audience happily depart the theatre to later debate on the events just experienced.
October 30, 2014
by Matt Molgaard - Staff Writer
Want to know how not to decorate your yard this Halloween? Take this man's Sinister inspiration as a good starting point.
October 30, 2014
by Erik J. Brown - Contributor
It’s happening. The clown uprising has begun. It all started last year in Northampton, U.K. A hauntingly disturbing clown with balloons and a stuffed clown teddy bear stalked the streets of the little hamlet. No crime or violence was reported, but the hashtag #northamptonclown was used to track the clown’s movement.
October 30, 2014
by Erik J. Brown - Contributor
Well, this episode was a massive info dump. One after the other we have flashback after flashback for each character.

First up is Legless Suzie. She stabbed a dancing man in the leg, killing him. Paul the Illustrated Seal decided to tattoo himself to scare people away, opting out of a kickass face tattoo since he is such a handsome bloke.
October 29, 2014
by Don Sumner - Editor-in-Chief
What follows here is a mixture of new and older horror films that have escaped the play lists of most horror freaks over the years that will definitely catapult the mood into the macabre netheregions of horror and fright.
October 29, 2014
by Matt Molgaard - Staff Writer
No more wondering if Scream will survive beyond a pilot; MTV just ordered a full season, which we'll see next year.
October 29, 2014
by Matt Molgaard - Staff Writer
Don Mancini, creator of the Child's Play franchise teases some cool ideas about a Freddy vs. Chucky film!
October 29, 2014
by Sean Decker - Contributor
Director Ian Kessner’s feature film Lost After Dark is quite simply, “The best 80’s slasher film that wasn’t filmed in the 80’s” (and the production should feel free to use that quote as liberally as they’d like for the flick’s marketing materials). It’s just that good.
October 28, 2014
by Erik J. Brown - Contributor
Whether you are enjoying this season of American Horror Story or you think the Freak Show is a bomb, there is one thing everyone can agree on: the “freaks” are the most interesting part of the show. Week after week, I find myself more interested in the people portraying the freaks than I am the actors only pretending to be freaks.
October 28, 2014
by Matt Molgaard - Staff Writer
Is there any truth to the theory that Rick Grimes is still in a coma, dreaming the insanity we've been witnessing for four-plus seasons of The Walking Dead?