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The Government’s Worried About UFO’s. Why?

Look! Up in the sky! It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s…….well we don’t know what it is. Unidentified Flying Objects, or UFO’s, have always been a controversial subject among believers and non-beli...

Why We Need More Queer Horror Movies [Editorial]

Pride month is upon us and, with the release of Shudder’s rather brilliant, yet still devastating new documentary, Scream, Queen! My Nightmare on Elm Street, comes the desire to immerse ourselve...

Carmilla

You And I Are One Forever: Why Carmilla Remains One of the Most Important Vampire Stories Ever Told

Dracula was an obsessively well-researched book. While the novel was published in 1897, Stoker had written his first notes on the story—of a young solicitor unknowingly venturing into the home of a va...

Fangoria is Not Your Final Girl [Editorial]

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before. A woman gets a job. She’s very excited. She meets her new coworkers. Some of them are men. Some of them don’t understand boundaries and cross hers. She’s seen ...

Wes Craven's New Nightmare

Script to Pieces: Wes Craven’s Nightmare on Elm Street 7

Welcome to Script to Pieces, a recurring feature at Wicked Horror where we look at the best, most interesting and at times most unbelievable horror movies that never happened. Sometimes these will be ...

How Hellraiser: Bloodline Went From An Ambitious Franchise Saver To The Pin In The Coffin

The Hellraiser franchise has always been rocky. The first two movies are absolutely spectacular. Hellraiser III is a bit underrated, but not without its problems by any stretch. And then you have Hell...

Devin Burrows

Composer Devin Burrows Talks The Music of The Wretched [Exclusive]

In horror films, nothing good is ever down in the basement. In IFC Midnight’s new film, The Wretched this definitely holds true. It might even be an ancient witch who has possessed the neighbor next d...

Composer Christian Davis Talks Behind You and The Voices [Exclusive]

During this period of quarantine, there has been an abundance of horror films released. From the rock and roll satanic cult tale We Summon the Darkness to the snowy Witches in the Woods, right now the...

Monsters and Medicine: The True Story of Leonid Rogozov Who Preformed Surgery on Himself

“On the morning of April 29, 1961 I did not feel well. The symptoms noted were weakness, general malaise and, later, nasuea. Within a few hours, pain arose in the upper portion of the abdomen, w...