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Stan Against Evil Season 3

Stan Against Evil Season 3 is the Best Yet!

FC’s horror comedy, Stan Against Evil features John C. McGinley as a small town ex-sheriff and local curmudgeon. Those who enjoyed McGinley’s performance on Scrubs work will like Stan Mill...

Creator Feature: Justine from Last Blog on the Left

In years past, being a horror fan could make you the odd one out in your group of friends, the Internet has opened the door for the wider community to evolve. Nowadays, we have the freedom to share id...

Review: The Crooked Man Is An Entertaining, Well-rounded Monster Movie

The Crooked Man is a fun, teenage monster movie–a fun thrill ride from start to finish, in all the most literal sense. As the film opens, we are introduced to a gaggle of young women trying to h...

Review: The Autopsy Of Jane Doe Is An Exceptional Horror Movie

Twenty years ago, on December 20th, Scream was released to give horror fans something to watch over Christmas. And now, just a day (and a couple decades) later, on December 21st, 2016 we have another ...

Buffy season 10 #30

Comic Review: Buffy Season 11 #1

I thought it was a little strange to take such a short gap between the end of season 10 and the beginning of season 11, but I’m not really ever gonna be the guy to complain about more Buffy. The reaso...

Rocky Horror 2016

Review: Rocky Horror is a Dazzling, Surprising Tribute to the Original!

Despite the fact that I wrote a piece telling people that it doesn’t hurt to be excited for the new Rocky Horror, I obviously had some reservations. I wanted it to be the best that it could be and the...

Cabin Fever

Review: Cabin Fever (2016) is Uninspired and Tedious

Cabin Fever catches up with a group of friends that rent a cabin in the woods for a wilderness getaway. Shortly after the fivesome arrives at their destination, they begin to notice strange goings on....

Howl

Review: Howl is a Roaring Good Time!

There are not nearly enough good werewolf movies. Glancing over the “Werewolf” index on Box Office Mojo is a stark reminder of this. The top four grossing werewolf movies are all Twilight movies. Next...

Advance Review: Silent Retreat is a Slow Burning Thriller with a Satisfying Third Act

“Silent Retreat features six members of a media company go on a weekend business retreat at an isolated lodge in the woods. When one of the members goes missing, they discover that the lodge was...

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