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Horror Legend Robert Englund talks ‘True Terror’ [Interview]

True Terror with Robert Englund premiered on March 18th. If you’ve missed it due to the current craziness infesting the world, don’t despair. The Travel Channel is airing the inaugura...

True Terror with Robert Englund

True Terror with Robert Englund is a Modern Classic With a Campy Edge [Review]

The Travel Channel’s True Terror with Robert Englund is an ominous ode to similar shows of the past. True Terror exudes the same emotions as cult classics such as Unsolved Mysteries and Beyond B...

Dead Earth

Dead Earth is Tragic for All the Wrong Reasons [Review]

Dead Earth is a post-apocalyptic thriller following two women, Sylvia (played by Milena Gorum of The Driver) and Rose (played by Alice Tantayanon of The Driver) who have survived the initial zombie ou...

The Siren

The Siren is an Arthouse Exploration of Grief [Review]

The Siren follows Tom (Evan Dumouchel of Doctor Sleep), a man who has lost his ability to speak by way of an unfortunate accident. While visiting a lake house, Tom encounters Al (MacLeod Andrews of Do...

Demon Squad

Demon Squad is Well Worth a Watch [Review]

Demon Squad follows Nick Moon (Khristian Fulmer, The Night Shift), a paranormal private investigator and his new hired hand Daisy O’Reilly (Erin Lilley, The Night Shift). Nick quickly realizes that th...

The Grudge (2020)

The Grudge (2020) is Unnecessary but Still Enjoyable [Review]

The news about the release of The Grudge (2020) came as a surprise because I really didn’t think this was a story worth retelling (again). During 2000-2010, there was an influx of Asian films re...

Charlie No-Face

Charlie No-Face: The Truth Behind the Legend

Figures like Sasquatch and the Chupacabra are more commonly recognized urban legends. But there are numerous lesser known monsters that haunt various parts of the United States. For instance, the Bunn...

Mexico Barbaro

Mexico Barbaro is a Solid Anthology [Review]

Mexico Barbaro is an anthology with eight short films by eight different directors. The helmers include Laurette Flores Bornn, Edgar Nito, Aaron Soto, Isaac Ezban, Lex Ortega, Jorge Michel Grau, Ulise...

Why Shocker was a surprisingly personal movie for wes craven

Shocker is Silly, Fun, and Under-Appreciated [Retrospective]

Upon its release in 1989, critics universally panned Shocker. It was a modest box office success but certainly didn’t set any records. Due to bad reviews and a less than perfect screenplay from Craven...

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