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Dreamland Suffocates Under Its Delusions of Grandeur [Review]

Dreamland is the latest offering from beloved Canadian director Bruce McDonald, of fan favorite Pontypool and, more recently, the delightfully festive yet divisive Hellions, fame. The movie’s synopsis...

Blood Quantum 2020 Movie Review

Blood Quantum Gets Its Bite From Social Commentary And Slick Visual Style [Review]

I am sure that most of the press surrounding Jeff Barnaby’s Blood Quantum will focus on its being ripped straight from the headlines, given that this is a film made by and centered on the people...

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...

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...

Cube

Cube is a Cerebral Character Study [Retrospective]

A group of strangers wake up inside a giant contraption. Each one of them possesses a unique characteristic or skill that can aid the group in their plight to try and escape the mechanism. But they mu...

The Changeling Horror movies that need to be remade

The Changeling is a Classic and Underrated Haunted House Tale [Retrospective]

When a tragic accident costs John (George C. Scott) his wife and daughter, he believes a change of scenery will do him good. He subsequently moves from his east coast dwelling to Washington State. Onc...

Halloween, Ginger Snaps - A Look Back at the Best and Worst of Early 2000's Horror

Ginger Snaps Helped the Horror Genre While Finding its Audience

Ginger Snaps–as I’ve written about here–is one of the best horror movies of the past fifteen years, period. It’s among the great werewolf films of all time. Yes, it was independent a...

The Brood

The Brood is Cronenberg’s Most Autobiographical Movie: Here’s Why!

David Cronenberg’s The Brood is not only one of his best movies, it’s one of his most personal as well. It might not seem like it at first. But the film is about a woman who subconsciously creates mon...

Are you afraid of the dark

Are You Afraid of the Dark?: Top 5 Saddest Tales

During its seven-season run on Nickelodeon (1992 to 2000), Are You Afraid of the Dark? featured a variety of chilling tales of the supernatural. Each episode revolved around a group of teenagers (The ...

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