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Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers - Halloween 666: The Origin

Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers Actually Isn’t a Bad Film: Here’s Why!

Every once in a great while, a horror film is released that is universally embraced by fans from all walks of life. From the superb writing, visionary direction and stellar acting, it becomes an insta...

Critters 1986

Studio Schlock: Why We Needed Low-Budget Studio Horror (And Why it Disappeared)

I want to talk a bit about one of my favorite eras in horror. It’s a time that I think will sound completely alien to the horror climate we live in now, thriving as it may be. There was a lengthy peri...

Jay and Silent Bob

Script to Pieces: Jay and Silent Bob Meet Pinhead

Welcome to Script to Pieces, a recurring feature at Wicked Horror where we look at the best, most interesting and at times most unbelievable horror movies that never happened. Sometimes these will be ...

The Harvesters

Horror of the Heartland: Crowdfunding and Homegrown Terror in Nick Sanford’s ‘The Harvesters’

Oklahoman filmmaker Nick Sanford is never short on ambition. As a child, Sanford had a penchant for short films, such as Hook 2, a spiritual follow-up to Steven Spielberg’s 1991 fantasy adventure. Thi...

Halloween Most outrageous deaths in the Halloween franchise - Halloween Returns

Why the Halloween/Dimension Split is Not a Good Thing

As I think I’ve made clear in several articles, I’m an avid fan of the Halloween franchise. Whatever direction it takes, whomever takes the reigns of the series, whenever there’s a new incarnation of ...

The Faculty, 1998

Why The Faculty Was One of the Last Great Sci-Fi Horrors

Horror and science fiction are not mutually exclusive genres. This is something that both casual and hardcore fans alike seem not to grasp, especially when it comes time to debate on of the oldest, mo...

Poster for Amityville.

Amityville and Demonic Delayed Indefinitely

[soliloquy id=”5607″] Dimension Films has inexplicably pulled both Amityville: The Awakening and Demonic from its upcoming release schedule. Demonic was previously scheduled to make its de...

The Bye Bye Man. The Weinstein Company logo.

Dimension Secures Worldwide Rights to The Bye Bye Man

The Weinstein Company’s genre film banner Dimension Films reached out today to share the news that they have picked up global distribution rights to the horror-thriller The Bye Bye Man. The pict...

5 underrated remakes. Poster for Glen Morgan's Black Christmas.

Black Christmas (2006) Retrospective – You’re My Family Now

[soliloquy id=”4508″] Circumstance leaves a group of sorority sisters still in their house a few days prior to Christmas. Simultaneously, Billy Lenz, the spree killer that lived in their h...

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