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Come to Daddy

Come to Daddy is Simultaneously Violent and Heartfelt [Blu-ray Review]

When I sat down to watch Come to Daddy, I almost immediately gathered that it was going to be tonally diverse. It opens with a quote from Shakespeare, followed immediately by a quote from Beyoncé. And...

The Grudge

The Grudge (2020) is a Chore to Sit Through [Blu-ray Review]

I tried to avoid reviews of The Grudge (2020) going in. I’d seen quite a few negative social media reactions and heard from a few friends and fellow critics that it wasn’t good. ...

Remembering Pin (1988) [Rabid Dog’s House]

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 occasion...

Chastity Bites Horror Movie

Why Chastity Bites Was Years Ahead of its Time [Editorial]

Thankfully, feminist horror films and female-positive cinema are becoming more and more commonplace of late. And we owe a debt of gratitude for the shifting paradigm to movements like Me Too and Time&...

Betty Gilpin in The Hunt

The Most Shocking Thing about The Hunt is How Boring It Is [Review]

The Hunt is finally here. The film we never thought we’d get to see because of all of those pesky mass shootings is being released upon the masses right in the middle of a global pandemic. And, ...

Will Forte and Maeve Higgins in Extra Ordinary

Extra Ordinary is the Irish What We Do in the Shadows [Review]

Forgive the clickbait-y title but there will be those who see the poster or trailer for Extra Ordinary and think it’s not up their alley because it looks like a fussy indie drama when, really, t...

Haley Bennett in Swallow red

Swallow is an Impressively Odd Tale of a Troubled Woman [Review]

With a title like Swallow, you hardly expect subtlety. And yet the debut feature from writer-director Carlo Mirabella-Davis is brimming with stylish, low-key flourishes. The first image is the back of...

Elisabeth Moss in The Invisible Man

The Invisible Man is the First Great Horror Movie of 2020 [Review]

Universal’s fated Dark Universe began and ended with the baggy, listless, Tom Cruise-starring The Mummy, leading nobody to believe another creature from that pack, The Invisible Man, could prop ...

Summer of Fear [Rabid Dog’s House]

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...

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