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Murder in the Woods

Murder in the Woods has a Unique Latinx Flair, but is Ultimately a Flop [Review]

Murder in the Woods follows a group of college-age friends who head to a private cabin in the woods for a birthday celebration. The group consists of standard 80s horror stereotypes: the shy nerds, th...

Anything for Jackson is Pure Nightmare Fuel [Fantasia Review]

It’s been a while since an elderly couple were the villains in a horror movie. The Visit was five years ago, if you can believe it (funnily enough, it sucks even more now than it did back then but tha...

Pet Sematary Stephen King collection

The Stephen King 5-Movie Collection is a Great Deal if You Don’t Already Own the Films on Blu-ray [Review]

Paramount’s Stephen King 5-Movie Collection is now available on Blu-ray, and it contains a pretty great lineup. If you’re a King fan and you don’t already own the original Pet Sematary, its rema...

Strip Nude for Your Killer

Giallo Madness: Strip Nude for Your Killer

Giallo Madness is a recurring segment where Wicked Horror managing editor Tyler Doupe’ looks back on a noteworthy giallo from years past and makes a case for why it should be on your radar. The t...

Love Hunter Blu Ray Review

Love Hunter Is A Darkly Erotic, Controversial Time Capsule Of 1970s Japan [ Blu Ray Review]

Nikkatsu Corporation, the studio responsible for Love Hunter, is one of Japan’s oldest movie studios. The company has been creating feature films intermittently since its founding in 1912. Nikka...

The Final Girl: Dancing Between Feminism and Misogyny

The slasher is arguably the most popular (and profitable) horror movie sub-genre. Historically, there are a specific set of guidelines that a slasher film must abide by to succeed. There must be a der...

Sheep Without a Shepherd Takes a Hammer to Social Injustice [Fantasia Review]

Sheep without a Shepherd is a movie that proudly wears its many influences on its sleeve, beginning with a thrilling, Great Escape-aping opening sequence set at a prison internment camp that’s really ...

Undergods Fantasia Fest 2020 Movie Review

Undergods’ Dark Dystopia Is Hauntingly Human [Fantasia Review]

Chino Moya’s Undergods was one of the premieres at Fantasia Fest 2020, and from the very first frame, the film is visually stunning. Slate grey fog rolls over the crumbling remains of a large ci...

The Alfred Hitchcock Classics Collection [Blu-Ray Review]

Alfred Hitchcock was a true master of suspense. He started directing films in the medium’s silent infancy, and continued through the addition of sound, and creating some of his best work after color w...