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Wes Craven - Surprising Early Jobs of Your Favorite Horror Movie Directors

Remember One of the Greats with Wes Craven: Interviews [Book Review]

Wes Craven was a quiet, kind man who made violently transgressive films. The writers he chatted with pointed out the seeming conundrum frequently in the new compilation, Wes Craven: Interviews. Tony W...

Cherry Darling (Rose McGowan) in the 2007 Robert Rodriguez grindhouse throwback Planet Terror.

Planet Terror is a Neo-Grindhouse Classic [Retrospective]

This homage to the grindhouse cinema of the ‘70s is set in the present but it has plenty of throwbacks to the days of the drive-in cinema. The crackling picture, the exploitative nature of the film, m...

Respect: Parasite is Now on Blu-Ray [Review]

Bong Joon-ho’s Parasite is the story of a poor family infiltrating a rich one. It starts with the poor son, Kim Ki-woo (Choi Woo Shik). He’s friends with the rich family’s tutor, Min (Seo-Joon Park, w...

The Good Son Review [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 Siren

The Siren Dives Deep [DVD Review]

The creative team from They Look Like People returns for The Siren, providing yet another sideways glance at the darkened internal conflicts of the human animal. Originally The Rusalka – a better titl...

Zombi Child

Zombi Child Sees Voodoo Through a Contemporary Lens [Review]

It would not be particularly surprising to see Bertrand Bonello’s Zombi Child and Mati Diop’s recent Atlantics come to be known critically as something of sibling films. Both interpolate elements of g...

Tammy and the T-Rex

Tammy and the T-Rex is the Lost ’90s Classic You Didn’t Know You Needed [Review]

What happens when you try to make an R-rated movie about a girl who falls in love with a mechanical dinosaur but have to cut the gore for a more family friendly PG-13 rating? Chances are, you end up w...

Lin Shaye in The Grudge (2020)

Second Opinion: The Grudge (2020) is Garbage

The Grudge (2020) opens with some of the worst exposition in recent memory. A woman stands in front of a house resembling the iconic property from the original Japanese-turned-American series and tell...

Poppy Roe and Katie Brayben in A Serial Killer's Guide to Life

Murder is Self Help in A Serial Killer’s Guide to Life [Review]

A Serial Killer’s Guide to Life is a devilishly clever title for a horror-comedy, immediately invoking the kinds of dark, twisted thoughts many of us harbor about those irritating strangers who ...

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