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Terror: The Infamy

The Terror: Infamy Season 2 Episode 1 Review: A Sparrow in a Swallow’s Nest

Mondays are normally a drag. Lucky for us AMC has the perfect remedy for that. The long-awaited second season of Terror, this time called The Terror: Infamy, has arrived, bringing viewers a grim tale ...

The Harvesters

Horror of the Heartland: Crowdfunding and Homegrown Terror in Nick Sanford’s ‘The Harvesters’

Oklahoman filmmaker Nick Sanford is never short on ambition. As a child, Sanford had a penchant for short films, such as Hook 2, a spiritual follow-up to Steven Spielberg’s 1991 fantasy adventure. Thi...

Non-Horror Films that Deliver High-Level Suspense Without Gore

Gore and violence definitely have their place in the horror genre. It is sometimes completely necessary to have an extreme amount of gore to achieve a certain impact. To have less gore does not automa...

The primary cover to Jay Gunn's first issue of "Surface Tension"

Advance Review: Surface Tension #1

In case your zombie narrative ever seems dry, just throw a bit of water on it. Fortunately, Jay Gunn did a hell of a lot more than that to bring us Surface Tension, a five part miniseries published by...

The cover art for the upcoming game "Spooky's House of Jump Scares."

Pixelated Pleasantries and Peril in “Spooky’s House of Jump Scares”

Horror gamers have an obvious compulsion to the terrifying. Games like Outlast, Amnesia and Alien: Isolation bare testament to that quite readily. However, we may also foster some fondness for things ...

The official cover of Titan Comics' "World War X Helius."

Comic Review: World War X, Helius

Who could have guessed Earth’s requiem would be so metal?  Jerry Frissen and Peter Snejbjerg’s World War X, Helius explores the intergalactic peril of mishandling intricately-scribed boxes.  What foll...

The Babadook - Daniel's top five 2014

Daniel’s Top Five of 2014

Though typically a genre quickly discredited by most critical circles, 2014 contested horror’s place as a riveting and innovative corner of cinema.  It Follows, for example, dissected a trope as old a...

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