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The Visit

Blu-ray Review: The Visit is Unsure of What it Wants to Be

The Visit sees pair of youngsters set out to visit their grandparents for the first time. Once there, the duo  quickly realizes that something is badly amiss. Their grandmother sleep-vomits and their ...

A Christmas Horror Story

A Christmas Horror Story [Blu-Ray Review]

On the surface, the town of Bailey Downs seems like a nice place to live. But if you look a little deeper, you will see that evil lurks beneath its shiny veneer. A Krampus is on the loose, Santa’...

Ash in Army of Darkness. Is Evil Dead 4 Still Happening?

Army of Darkness [Blu-Ray Review]

In Army of Darkness, Ash is transported back to the middle ages and must do battle with Deadites and locate The Necronomicon in order to ensure his safe passage back home. Naturally, nothing goes acco...

Bloodsucking Bastards

Bloodsucking Bastards [Review]

Who doesn’t enjoy an action-packed horror comedy with vampire, blood, gore and slackers? Bloodsucking Bastards is a brand new horror comedy taking place in a office building. The film focuses on...

The Walking Dead

The Walking Dead Season 5 Blu-Ray Review

Releasing August 25 from Anchor Bay Entertainment is the jam-packed and stunning Blu-Ray + Digital HD edition of The Walking Dead: The Complete Fifth Season. The set includes three hours of special fe...

found footage films Paranormal Activity

Is It Just Me Or Is Paranormal Activity Way Overhyped?

In this monthly series, a Wicked Horror writer presents an unpopular opinion about a particular genre offering and asks the oft-repeated question, “Is it just me?” In this installment, Joey Keogh...

Nightlight Poster

Review-Nightlight Movie

The Nightlight Movie is the recently released, first person perspective feature film by the writing and directing team behind Bluebox Limited, Bryan Woods and Scott Beck. Although the two have been wo...

Ryan Reynolds killing one of his victims as Jerry in The Voices.

Blu-ray Review: The Voices is Hilarious and Brutal!

Jerry is a likable guy trying to find his place in the world. He has a new job at a factory and a major crush on a pretty young woman in accounting. He has his whole life in front of him and the world...

Anti Valentine's Day Films Australian horror the loved ones directed by sean bryne

Five More Australian Horror Films to Watch After the Babadook

A few days ago, we took a look at Five Australian Horror Films to Watch After the Babadook. It garnered quite a bit of attention and suggestions from readers, so we’re following it up today with five ...