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Ghosted in LA

Ghosted in L.A. Vol One is a Dramedy with Ghosts [Review]

Think teen dramedy with ghosts if you want a thumbnail of what’s in store in Ghosted in L.A. Vol. 1. It collects four issues of an ongoing Boom! BoxTM series created and scripted by Sina Grace (Iceman...

Storyteller Ghosts

Jim Henson’s The Storyteller Ghosts delivers eerie spiritual chills with “The Promise” [Review]

Horror or the grotesque often tinged the original television episodes of Jim Henson’s The Storyteller. That spirit remains in the fourth installment of Boom’s latest miniseries resurrection, Jim Henso...

Alan Van Sprang in Tainted 2

Tainted Could Stand to Be More of an Exploitation Movie [Review]

Tainted has one of the most insane, homoerotic posters I’ve seen in quite some time. It’s a shame, then, that the movie itself is more subdued than its marketing material implies. The need...

Judy Greer Into the Dark: Good Boy

Good Boy Provides an Emotional Support Dog With Bloody Benefits [Review]

An emotional support dog that senses your irritation and preys on your enemies, oh my! Hulu and Blumhouse’s Into the Dark is always holiday themed, and June’s installment in the anthology film series,...

Devil's Rejects

The True Story Of The Real-Life Devil’s Rejects

Rob Zombie’s critically-acclaimed masterpiece The Devil’s Rejects is the far superior sequel to the equally gut-wrenching and terrifying House of 1000 Corpses. The pair of gore flicks follows th...

Valerie and Jenny in Into the Dark Delivered

Delivered is a Mother’s Day Bundle of Dread and Discomfort [Review]

Mother’s Day is the holiday-tie-in for Hulu’s Delivered, but it will keep viewers in a state of uncomfortable dread more than happy anticipation. That’s the effect that it’s going for, of course, and ...

Cursed Films

Shudder’s Cursed Films Series Finishes Strong [Review]

Cursed Films opened its season with explorations of the superstitions surrounding The Exorcist, Poltergeist, and The Omen. The religious and spiritual nature of the themes these films touch on seeming...

Crew Checking For Parasites in Sea Fever

Sea Fever Offers Unexpected Prescience and an Opening for Ethical Debate [Review]

We’re in a moment where many properties seem prescient in ways not initially intended. Sea Fever’s personal and ethical dilemmas would have been relevant at any time, but they resonate even more in th...

Haunting Hour

Five of the Creepiest Episodes of R. L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour

If you’re unfamiliar with R. L. Stine‘s The Haunting Hour, just imagine a modernized version of Goosebumps without the awful acting and lame twists. Unlike its fairly tame ’90s prede...