Luigi’s Mansion 3 is a solid follow up effort, with beautiful graphics and creepy settings, and will ultimately having you want a Switch.
One of the most anticipated blu ray releases of the year is with The Blob and it’s a homerun.
We could use more Thanksgiving horror in our life, especially if it’s as menacingly weird as Pilgrim.
Red Letter Day takes a stab at satire and violence but misses the artery.
With a beautiful score and attractive visuals, Eli is a great movie night film for horror lovers.
Satanic Panic needs to be home with you this holiday, a perfect addition to your Halloween line-up.
Travis Stevens directorial debut is a Phil Brooks lead turn on ghost stories, an ooey, gooey spooky narrative that is a must watch.
Dabak Anvari’s second feature film plays with vibes of The Ring and modern day occultism for a strange, wild trip.
By subverting some tropes and upping the effects game, Along Came The Devil 2 is a solid upgrade from it’s predecessor.
In the new Netflix adaptation of the joint effort between Stephen King and Joe Hill, symbolism and terror run rampant.
With two fantastic operators behind the camera, Creepshow’s fourth episode may be the best yet.
A bloody, violent Halloween romp, Trick is an instant ‘slashic.’
Cliver Barker’s classic Hellraiser and it’s follow up are masterfully restored in the new Arrow release.
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Hulu delivers in it’s new fun, ukulele filled Little Monsters.
Brian Keiper makes his Ghastly Grinning debut with a look at Shudder’s One Cut of the Dead, a surprisingly delightful zombie comedy.
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Zoey Hickman’s Ghastly Grinning premiere takes a look at indie horror film My Soul to Keep.
Shudder succeeds again with the new animalistic slasher The Furies.
Shudder and RLJE offer up a tale of tragic and possible demonic happenstance in old Wales with Gwen.
Michael Viers breaks down why the Malevolence Trilogy on blu is an absolutely worth addition to your library.
The second episode of Creepshow feels like the movie and that’s not a bad thing.
The second season of Into the Dark is spooky fun with the board game inspired Uncanny Annie.
Ryan checks out a handful of shorts from Fantastic Fest, ranging from surreal almost dream states to strange ass musicals. You read that right.
Joseph Perry checks out the long lost TAMMY AND THE T-REX GORE EDITION.
Bliss from Joe Begos is required viewing for any vampire fan, genre fan, or film fan.
Joseph Perry checks into FilmQuest with DANIEL ISN’T REAL and VOLITION.
Shudder’s Creepshow is your new favorite show. Easy.
Rob Zombie brings his notorious family back from the brink of destruction for a full tilt storm of violence and grindhouse fun.
It seems the hype is real for Villains, a twist on the home invasion genre that Rachael ran through her emotions with.