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Psycho Beach Party [Rabid Dog’s House Review]

The Rabid Dog’s House is a recurring feature at Wicked Horror where contributor Justin Steele uncovers hidden gems, lost classics, and overlooked indie offerings. Flying solo or with the occasional gu...

A Nightmare on Elm Street 2

A Nightmare on Elm Street 2 is Quirky, Bizarre, and Fun [Editorial]

A Nightmare on Elm Street 2 sees Jesse and his family moving into a new home on Elm Street. While settling in, Jesse learns that Nancy Thompson previously occupied his new home. When Jesse finds Nancy...

Netflix Horror Spotlight: Slasher Solstice

Slasher Solstice is the third go-round for Aaron Martin’s ludicrously inventive little anthology series, which kicked off not that long ago (in 2016) with The Executioner. By now, the format sho...

New on Netflix

New on Netflix: May 24th, 2019

Welcome to New on Netflix, a feature here at Wicked Horror in which we provide the latest updates on what’s coming to the streaming service for the week. In recent times, Netflix’s shift in content ha...

The Night Evelyn Came Out of the Grave

Why The Night Evelyn Came Out of the Grave is a Must See!

Emilio Miraglia’s The Night Evelyn Came Out of the Grave is a an Italian-made British horror film that features velvet suits, gloved killers, the unexpected appearance of free-spirited bands, J&...

The Sleeper

The Sleeper is an Inept ’80s Throwback [Retrospective]

Amy and her roommate Ava are college sophomores that are considering pledging the Theta House. They like the Theta girls and the idea of getting out of the dorms. But what Eva and Amy don’t realize is...

Christmas evil

Everything Wrong With Christmas Evil

Good Christmas Horror films have always been few and far between, from the slow-witted Jack Frost to the downright bizarre Silent Night Deadly Night Part 2. However, never have I been met with such pu...

A scene from the 2018 film "Death House."

All-Star Horror Offering Death House is Cheesy, Bloody, Nostalgic Fun

I’ve been hearing a lot of people describe Death House as “The Expendables of horror.” But that’s not really a fitting description of the movie — it’s more like The Expendables meets Cabin in the Wood...

Alien (1979) The problem with sub-genres - label makers

Label Makers: The Persistent Problem With Sub-Genres

Sub-genres are great for categorizing. In general, that’s the only real purpose that genre serves: putting films in a certain place so that they’re easier to find when you’re looking for them. In term...

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