New Horror  Reviews
While Spring isn't a commercial release designed to appeal to a staggering mass market, it is structured to wow hardcore horror fans with soft hearts. And it works like a charm.
If you're all into meta movies, Cut! is an indie offering worth seeking out. While not profoundly original, the feature still attempts to push boundaries and deliver a story that isn't as hip as say, possession tales or lost in the wilderness pieces.
Maps to the Stars isn't an outright horror film, but it is tremendously dark, and it is a wonderful example of just how brilliant the legendary David Cronenberg truly is.
It isn't so hard to understand the tremendous praise that A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night is receiving. It feels pleasantly unconventional, and for a subgenre such as this, we don't see that often.
Out of the Dark offers a couple of good “boo” moments, but zero suspense. The makeup was well done, and like so much more of the film, flashily showed off the sizable budget behind this picture – a borderline over-produced – and yet somehow – still lackluster movie.
Backcountry successfully goes from being predictable to anything but. Instead of being another piece of crap, this one actually scares the crap out of us.
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April 1, 2015
by Matt Molgaard - Staff Writer
The new adaptation of Stephen King's It is still on schedule, and we now know when and where the film will be shooting!
April 1, 2015
by Matt Molgaard - Staff Writer
The first image from Rob Zombie's highly anticipated 31 has finally arrived, and it's a creepy winner!
March 31, 2015
by Matt Molgaard - Staff Writer
Robert Kirkman, Greg Nicotero and AMC have paid constant tribute to the king of all things zombie, George A. Romero. But these two hat tips may be the very best to date.
March 31, 2015
by Matt Molgaard - Staff Writer
While Spring isn't a commercial release designed to appeal to a staggering mass market, it is structured to wow hardcore horror fans with soft hearts. And it works like a charm.
March 31, 2015
by Matt Molgaard - Staff Writer
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March 30, 2015
by Matt Molgaard - Staff Writer
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March 30, 2015
by Mike Blakely - Staff Writter
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March 29, 2015
by Matt Molgaard - Staff Writer
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March 28, 2015
by Matt Molgaard - Staff Writer
Zi Wei Koh put together a damn cool season five promo package for American Horror Story. It's not anything you'll see cycling through the tube, as this is unofficial, certified fan made work here.
March 28, 2015
by Matt Molgaard - Staff Writer
We've allowed The Barber to fly under our radar for too long. For a flick as promising as this, with a cast as strong as this, we've been downright neglectful and that's wrong. It's time to change that, and our first step in righting our wrong is introducing you to the trailer.
March 27, 2015
by Matt Molgaard - Staff Writer
If you grew up in the '80s, you're probably very, very familiar with Alvin Schwartz's controversial yet much beloved children's book series "Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark". The stories themselves struck fear in the kiddies and Cody Meirick's new documentary is going to shed a whole new light on the matter.
March 27, 2015
by Matt Molgaard - Staff Writer
In the portrait that is horror it seems at least one absurd bit of news is required on a daily basis. This is that piece. Helen Keller vs. The Nightwolves sounds totally and completely outlandish, and that's exactly why we're turning our heads. Dig on the teaser inside!