Goodbye Leatherface: Horror Icon Gunnar Hansen Dead at 68

It is with great sadness that we say goodbye to the man behind “one of the most iconic evil figures in the history of cinema”, the original Leatherface, Gunnar Hansen. Born in Reykjavik, Iceland in 1947, Hansen moved to the U.S. with his family at age 5 and grew up in the capital city of Austin, Texas. He passed away at his home in Maine … Keep Reading…

Paul Kane’s Blood RED…A Satisfyingly Dark and Delicious Read

There is something to be said about an author that can effortlessly entice, disgust and mesmerize his readers, all in the same sentence. There is even more to be said about the sublime experience of discovering a new author’s work and falling deeply in adoration with their style and prose that you wonder what on earth took you so long to … Keep Reading…

Happy Halloween: 5 Horror Flicks with Kicks-Ass Heroines…Now Streaming on Netflix

Tis the season my lovelies, and what a lovely season it is; the air is crisp, the leaves are falling and it truly is the most wonderful time of the year. In case you’re confused about my meaning, I’m referring to an exceptionally sacred day and my very favorite holiday, Halloween. Of course, no Halloween is fully complete without a good … Keep Reading…

Horror Quickie: The Last Witch Hunter (2015)

I don’t think I’ll be shocking anyone here when I say that Vin Diesel, gorgeous creature that he is, has not always been the most prolific actor. We all know the man is hot as Hades and possesses an undeniable charisma, but no one has ever accused him of challenging himself or his audience with his chosen roles. Fortunately that makes absolutely no … Keep Reading…

The Exorcism of Molly Hartley (2015)…A Straight Up Evil Sequel (and Not in a Good Way)

Sequels are always kinda touch and go, some are good, some are great, some, like this one, are the cinematic equivalent of eating week old fried chicken…nasty, unsatisfying and guaranteed to make you wish you’d never tried it in the first place. It’s not like The Haunting of Molly Hartley, arguably one of the very worst films of 2008, really needed … Keep Reading…

Crimson Peak (2015)…Del Toro Delivers a Hauntingly Gorgeous but Unsatisfying Fable

There is not one moment during Guillermo del Toro’s sumptuous gothic ghost story Crimson Peak, when we are not fully aware that we are witnessing the work of a master of the craft. Everything, from the stunning set designs to the opulent costumes to the phenomenal, first rate cast speak volumes about del Toro’s ability to weave the intricate worlds of his own imagining … Keep Reading…

Countdown to Halloween: 7 Wicked Villainesses We Can’t Help But Root For

There’s nothing quite like the delicious guilty pleasure of rooting for a villain. From Freddy to Jason to the seemingly unkillable Chucky doll, sometimes we just want the bad guy to get the upper hand on their victim, no matter how evil or sadistic the bad guy in question may be. But, somehow, when it comes to the evil ladies in cinema, most people … Keep Reading…

Horror Quickie: Last Shift (2014)

Watching horror movies ain’t always a cake-walk. Some of these flicks give real meaning to the term unbearably bad (I’m looking at you Gnome Alone), so it’s always fan-fucking-tastic when a movie I was expecting to blow actually ends up being pretty good. I’m not exactly sure why I was expecting Last Shift to be terrible, maybe the poster, maybe because police movies tend … Keep Reading…

Knock Knock (2015)…Do Yourselves a Favor & Just DON’T Answer

Sigh… Really Keanu Reeves, really? After everything we’ve been through, after the unbelievable, badass awesomeness that was John Wick, THIS is what you’ve got for me now? Sigh…I’m so totally disillusioned right now. Alright, here goes, the short fucking version…Keanu plays Evan, a supposedly devoted husband and father who, while home alone, lets in two stranded, beautiful women (Lorenza Izzo … Keep Reading…

Trailer: Pride & Prejudice & Zombies (2016)…A First Peak at the Proper British Undead!

After what feels like an eternity, Lionsgate Films has finally unleashed the first trailer for it’s much anticipated winter release Pride & Prejudice & Zombies. Based on the Jane Austen classic and the parody novel of the same name by Seth Grahame-Smith, the movie tells the timeless tale of love and relationships between different social classes with a distinct horror movie twist, the walking dead. … Keep Reading…

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