White God: Dog Revenge Porn at its Finest

“White God” (2014). Directed by Kornél Mundruczó. Starring Zsófia Psotta.  Lili is a 13-year-old girl whose dog, Hagen, is tossed aside by a callous father. She fights to protect Hagen, and strives to get the abusive adults in her town to stop, as it is their actions that drive the dogs to...

THE BOOGENS Slithers into Your Heart with its Simple Charms

  “The Boogens” is a 1981 monster movie directed by James Conway, featuring fanged turtles with tentacles that are viciously guarding an abandoned silver mine. When the mine is bought and reopened, the Boogens go on a killing spree in an attempt to keep people out of the mine.  ...

Schwarzeneggar Helmed Zombie Film Maggie Kicks Ass!

Maggie, a teenage girl, becomes infected during an outbreak in the Midwest of a disease that slowly turns people into zombies. Her father Wade has to fight to stay by her side as she succumbs to the horrible disease.   I’m going to say this right up front: This ain’t your average zombie gorefest....

The Shrine is Lovecraftian Goodness at its Finest!

    “The Shrine” is a 2010 supernatural horror film directed by Jon Knautz. It’s about a reporter that stumbles upon a mysterious and a deadly cult that will stop at nothing to keep a secret from being leaked to the outside world.   “The Shrine” explores a trope that...
Life Has A Faint Pulse

Life Has A Faint Pulse

Life (2017)  Directed by Daniel Espinosa. Starring Jake Gyllenhaal, Rebecca Ferguson, and Ryan Reynolds. The crew of a space station orbiting Earth must fight for their lives after discovering an evolving and very hostile Martian life form. The opening shot of “Life,” a lengthy single take that travels through the International...
Top 10 of the Worst Zombie Movies Ever Made

Top 10 of the Worst Zombie Movies Ever Made

Prepare yourself for Zombie Movies – The Bottom Ten. For every yin, there is a yang. For every top, there is a bottom. You saw my yin, now it’s time to get yanged! You saw my top, now it’s time to see my bottom! Wait, that didn’t come out right....
From A House On Willow Street Feels Hauntingly Familiar

From A House On Willow Street Feels Hauntingly Familiar

“From A House On Willow Street” (2016) Directed by Alastair Orr. Starring Catherine Blackman, Jonathan Jordaan and Alastair Orr. A group of criminals kidnap the teenage daughter of a wealthy family, then must face their own worst fears when the girl begins manifesting deadly supernatural abilities. This South African horror flick was originally...
Top Ten Zombie Movies

Top Ten Zombie Movies

As many of you read from my Zombie Spectacular, I am a huge fan of the flesh eaters from the netherworld. As a matter of fact, Zombies are my favorite creatures to watch on the screen, whether it be a short film or a feature. Through my Short Film articles,...
Cancer’s Requiem: A Free Story from WE ARE ALL MONSTERS

Cancer’s Requiem: A Free Story from WE ARE ALL MONSTERS

  CANCER’S REQUIEM is one of the stories that can be found in the horror story collection WE ARE ALL MONSTERS by Cassie Carnage. You can read it in its entirety here. They lived in that place for years and it, like his life, just went up in flames. He...
Z: Our International Zombie Extravaganza! – A to Z Short Horror Film Review Series-The Finale

Z: Our International Zombie Extravaganza! – A to Z Short Horror Film Review Series-The Finale

Every country seems to have a spin on the Zombie Apocalypse. But we don’t get a real chance to see many of them. Okay, Spain gave us the “[REC]” series and the UK gave us “28 Days Later” and “Shaun of the Dead,” but how many of you have seen...
Insane Tales from the Dead is Crazy Fun!

Insane Tales from the Dead is Crazy Fun!

Do you like indie horror comics? Do you yearn for the horror comics of yore that were narrated by a spooky host? Well, do I have a comic book for you! Insane Tales from the Dead Issue 2 October 2014 Hosted by the Grim Faced Pale One (aka Death or the...
The Letter “Y”– A to Z Short Horror Film Review Series

The Letter “Y”– A to Z Short Horror Film Review Series

Over the course of this series, I have already written 25 articles (for those counting, I did two articles for “R”). This is number 26. As with the last article, “Y” titles are not as numerous, but more so than “X”. For the most part, I can stay with the...