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Overlooked Performances in Horror

There are many reasons audiences love to watch horror movies. Whether it is the attraction of an auteur director such as John Carpenter or just a compulsive need to add up the body count, each audienc...

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Franck Khalfoun on i-Lived and Amityville: The Reawakening [Exclusive]

Wicked Horror recently had the occasion to chat with Franck Khalfoun about his new film i-Lived, as well as about the upcoming Amityville sequel. The director filled us in on the character driven natu...

Horror Hybrids: A Comedic Horror Drama in Space

One of the many things that helps make the horror genre relevant to audiences is its ability to form links and hybrids to other genres. This only makes sense because the way to effectively scare audie...

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Pernicious (Advance Review)

Pernicious tells the story of three young women who intend to spend the summer in Thailand teaching children to read English, but get much more than they bargained for. The trio unintentionally releas...

Battle Apocalypse

Battle Apocalypse is a Drama that Tries to be a Zombie Flick

I had to think for a while before I wrote this review. While Battle Apocalypse (aka Chrysalis) bills itself as another entry in the zombie sub-genre, it really doesn’t play out that way, and in ...

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Review-Nightlight Movie

The Nightlight Movie is the recently released, first person perspective feature film by the writing and directing team behind Bluebox Limited, Bryan Woods and Scott Beck. Although the two have been wo...

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Exclusive Interview: Bryan Woods and Scott Beck on Nightlight

Nightlight is the first feature length movie for filmmakers Bryan Woods and Scott Beck. Both were eager to speak with Wicked Horror about how their collaborative approach to writing and directing, as ...

The movie poster for Horns starring Daniel Radcliffe and Juno Temple and directed by Alexandre Aja.

Horns Does the Best it Can With Challenging Source Material

In Radcliffe’s latest efforts to distance himself from the Potter boy wizard, he turns into the Devil himself in fantasy-horror, Horns, directed by Alexandre Aja and based on the novel by Joe Hill. In...

The Babadooks of Hazard. The Babadook is here this holiday season. The Babadook Pop-up book is available for pre-order. The movie poster for The babadook written and directed by Jennifer Kent.

Advance Review – You Can’t Get Rid of The Babadook

[soliloquy id=”13079″] Written and directed by Jennifer Kent, “If it’s in a word, or it’s in a look, you can’t get rid of The Babadook.” The Babadook revolves around struggling, single mom...

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