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Creepshow Reboot is an Ode to the Modern Horror Fan [First Impression]

Ever since its first teaser dropped back in July at San Diego Comic Con, those with a love of vintage horror eagerly awaited the release of Shudder’s Creepshow. And what’s not to be excite...

The Walking Dead

The Walking Dead Season 9 and the Trouble With Peace [Review]

The Walking Dead Season 9 finds survivors of the zombie apocalypse at war and the infamous Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), with another set of problems that do not moan and cannot be brutalized with a ba...

Terror: The Infamy

The Terror: Infamy Season 2 Episode 1 Review: A Sparrow in a Swallow’s Nest

Mondays are normally a drag. Lucky for us AMC has the perfect remedy for that. The long-awaited second season of Terror, this time called The Terror: Infamy, has arrived, bringing viewers a grim tale ...

Terror: The Infamy

First Impressions of AMC’s The Terror: Infamy

The AMC anthology series, The Terror: Infamy, is less than two weeks away from its 2nd season premiere and fans are buzzing with anticipation, myself included. The series premiered in March 2018 and b...

The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina

Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: Season Two is a Total Hell-Send

​When last we saw the sprightly Sabrina Spellman, as Season 1 of The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina wrapped up, she was striding confidently through the halls of her Satanic high school with a trio of...

Critters: A New Binge Falls Short (Review)

When the horror bug bit me as a kid, I made it my mission then and there, to consume everything I could get my hands on. I distinctly remember those films that cemented my love for all things macabre....

Netflix Horror Spotlight: Slasher Guilty Party

​Netflix Horror Spotlight brings you Wicked Horror’s top picks for what to watch on Netflix, whether it’s the latest indie darling, a classic masterpiece or a silly slasher that deserves a bit more at...

Stan Against Evil Season 3

Stan Against Evil Season 3 is the Best Yet!

FC’s horror comedy, Stan Against Evil features John C. McGinley as a small town ex-sheriff and local curmudgeon. Those who enjoyed McGinley’s performance on Scrubs work will like Stan Mill...

Lore delivers the perfect mix of fiction and reality [Review]

Horror is one of the most ubiquitous genres when it comes to the media in which it appears. Compared to comedy, which requires a very specific timing, horror has the ability to adopt many shapes and t...

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