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Darlin'

Darlin’ Goes For the Throat [Blu-Ray Review]

Writer-director-star Pollyanna McIntosh’s blunt – and yet multi-edged – object of a film is a guttural, and delightfully weird follow-up to Lucky McKee’s The Woman. Darlin’ is an unruly kid sibl...

Rob Zombie’s Halloween II is Way Better Than You Remember

I always have a problem trying to understand the automatic resistance so often accompanying a remake. Let alone a follow-up to a remake such as Rob Zombie’s Halloween II (which is celebrating th...

Diabolique

Diabolique [Rabid Dog’s House Review]

The Rabid Dog’s House is a recurring feature at Wicked Horror where contributor Justin Steele uncovers hidden gems, lost classics, and overlooked indie offerings. Flying solo or with the occasional gu...

Is that You?

Is That You? Makes Monsters Of Men [Review]

Cuban horror film ¿Eres tú, papá? (a.k.a. Is That You?), reveals itself with a slow, dirge-like crawl. While its simple story – of an impoverished family tormented by their abusive patriarch – seems s...

The Reflecting Skin Captures a Nightmare Childhood [Blu-ray Review]

The Reflecting Skin is the kind of movie that you’ll Google as soon as you’ve finished. People have been talking about it, trying to decipher, since it came out in 1990. So much happens in this surrea...

The Intruder

The Intruder is Muddled and Unsure of Itself [Blu-ray Review]

The Intruder follows Annie (Meagan Good of The Unborn) and Scott (Michael Ealy of Jacob’s Ladder 2019) Russell, a young couple who have just purchased a beautiful home outside San...

Psycho Beach Party [Rabid Dog’s House Review]

The Rabid Dog’s House is a recurring feature at Wicked Horror where contributor Justin Steele uncovers hidden gems, lost classics, and overlooked indie offerings. Flying solo or with the occasional gu...

A scene from the 2019 film "Iron Sky: The Coming Race"

Iron Sky: The Coming Race is an Absolute Mess of a Movie

Simply put, Iron Sky: The Coming Race is a movie I just didn’t “get.” Granted, I didn’t see the first movie, but even after doing my post-mortem research on Wikipedia I’m still not entirely sure what ...

Rock, Paper, Scissors Loses Game with Psycho Sequel

Tom Holland has certainly proven himself a great director in the eyes of horror fans. One only has to reference Fright Night (1985) or Child’s Play (1988) to back up that claim. As a writer, his skill...

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