The newest Dread affair has some monsters for the books and kills to enjoy but can come across a little threadbare at moments.
Shudder’s newest podcast is yet another refreshingly needed addition for horror fans
Kalli bites into the meat of The Cannibal Club, a new socio-political horror commentary from Brazil.
Treehouse is a bewitching tale of a little known seasonal celebration that directly tackles one of Hollywood’s worst secrets.
Joseph Perry checks out Tangent Room, a cerebral thriller that focuses on wit and charm over budget to create a tight, effective film.
With a few missteps along the way, The Possession of Hannah Grace still cleans up nicely for trying some new story beats.
For those burnt out or tired of the zombie genre, Soldier of War has a new spin on things that will keep you interested and engaged.
Eric Mayo finds a lot to love in Dark Sky Film’s fringe genre festival darling Mega Time Squad.
Tommy Tracy has a lot of things to say about Shudder’s Horror Noire and they’re all good.
The director behind the classic Under the Shadow returns with a much less subtle, but equally great, horror film Wounds.
Darren Lynn Bousman’s new nunsploitation flick treads familiar ground but with beautiful camerawork and some gruesome set pieces, manages to still find some fresh life in a lost genre.
Eric Mayo checks out the newest entry into the long line of Amityville films and weighs in on whether it was needed or not to the already meaty roster.
Down presents a number of horrific situations but the most terrifying is the one that’s all too real.
Dread’s first self-made horror film The Golem is a thought provoking set piece that is as gorgeous as it is bloody.
Blumhouse gets it’s ears wet in the aquatic horror genre with Sweetheart, debuting at Sundance.
Megan Casady’s review for the new Ted Bundy biopic reveals some insight onto the portrait of a human monster that is painted.
Eric Mayo tag teams with fellow GG writer Mike Vlastnik to get through the Capcom survival horror classic Resident Evil 2 HD, playing as the badass heroine Claire Redfield.
Mike has teamed up with Eric Mayo for a dual review of Resident Evil 2 HD and gives an overview of his play through as the Resident Evil universes charmer, Leon Kennedy.
Eric Mayo breaks down the big box for Capcom’s HD remake of their smash survival horror hit Resident Evil 2.
With plenty of nods and easter eggs to the existing Buffyverse, Slayer stands on its own as fantasy young adult novel that resides in a standing universe but tells a wholly unique story.
Megan Casady has waited until 2019 to watch her first Lars Von Trier film and it’s a doozy with The House That Jack Built.
Full of fun practical effects and loaded with cameos of beloved horror vets, Terror Tales is a worthy addition to the canon of genre anthologies.
Ian West checks out the beautiful new blu from Arrow of the Luciano Ercoli Euro thriller.
Joseph Perry praises IFC Midnight’s first release of 2019 for coming out swinging with powerful female performances and subverting some expected genre trends.
RLJE and Chris von Hoffman have crafted a decadent, elegant horror film that soaks itself in blood and violence in a highly satisfactory manner.