Psychological Horror

Wind Walkers

Wind Walkers Review [8 Films to Die for]

Wind Walkers sees a soldier returning from a top secret mission in Afghanistan. While  suffering from PTSD, he goes on a hunting trip with several friends in the Florida Everglades. A friend who had c...

Fight Club 2 - Comic

Comic Review: Fight Club 2, Issue 6

Every solid sequel needs a brief moment of transition. This isn’t at all different in Fight Club 2’s sixth issue, which refrains from much of the heavy, proverbial movement the series has established ...

Advance Review-Almost Mercy

Kids today can be more viscous than you might expect. They’ve become desensitized to violence and sex, and some even participate in very-adult activities without fear of consequences. People may argue...

Session 9, 2001

Why Session 9 is One of the Smartest Horror Films of the Last 15 Years

[soliloquy id=”1613″] It’s hard to believe that Brad Anderson’s Session 9 is almost fifteen years old. Many of the horror films from the era in which it was made have not stood the test of...

Nailed Poster

Cult Corner: Nailed (2006)

[soliloquy id=”20710″] Welcome to Cult Corner where we dive through the bargain bins to determine if a movie is trash or treasure. Today’s pick… Adrian O’Connell’s Nailed. If I...

Review: Proxy

[soliloquy id=”15074″] The filmmakers responsible for Proxy have described it as a spiritual successor to Rosemary’s Baby, which is an incredibly bold statement that one cannot make withou...

Poster for Adam Green's 2010 film Frozen.

Frozen Review – Adam Green’s Elemental Horror Thriller

[soliloquy id=”4013″] Parker, Joe, and Dan take to the mountain for some fun in the snow in the Adam Green horror-thriller Frozen. Rather than pay the going rate for lift tickets, the youn...

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