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Black Christmas

Is Black Christmas (2006) Really That Bad? Yes. Yes it is.

In 2006’s Black Christmas, circumstance leaves a group of sorority sisters still in their house in the days leading up to Christmas. Simultaneously, Billy Lenz, the spree killer that lived in th...

Lisa [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...

The Driver Crashes and Burns [DVD Review]

The Driver is a Mark Dacascos vehicle (pun intended) in which he plays an unnamed hitman trying to keep his daughter Bree (Mark’s real life daughter Noelani Dacascos) alive during the zombie apocalyps...

Antrum: The Deadliest Film Ever Made [Review]

If, for some reason, there was a screening of the cursed film from Ringu, or its American remake, The Ring, would you go and watch it? Antrum: The Deadliest Film Ever Made posits that you would and, m...

Swimming in Darkness

Swimming in Darkness is a Chilling Esoteric Thriller [Graphic Novel Review]

Swimming in Darkness is the debut work of Lucas Harari, a student of decorative arts with a special interest in printed works. Before Swimming in Darkness, Harari reportedly self-published fanzines an...

Red Letter Day is an Endearingly Scrappy Little Exercise in Fear Thy Neighbor-Based Terror [Review]

With the (somewhat overblown) furor surrounding the non-release of trigger-happy horror movie The Hunt, it’s somewhat impressive that Red Letter Day is being seen at all. A kill-your-neighbor ta...

The Fare

The Fare is a Captivating Thriller With a Delightful Twist [Review]

The Fare follows Harris (Gino Anthony Pesi) and Penny (Brinna Kelly) who appear to be stuck in a time loop. They endlessly play through the same scenario of Harris, a lonely cab driver, picking up Pen...

Seo-joon Park Exorcises Demons with His Fists in The Divine Fury [Blu-ray Review]

The Exorcist is a horror classic, inspiring countless possession movies. For forty-six years, none of those toothless flicks has been brave enough to ask the question viewers have been asking all alon...

the cabin in Evil Dead II

Evil Dead II Strikes the Perfect Balance Between Horror and Comedy

In Evil Dead II, Ash and his girlfriend Linda drive to a cabin in the woods for a weekend getaway. They are essentially squatting, as they don’t know the owners and haven’t been invited. After their a...

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