One topic that always comes up whenever someone learns I’m a horror fan is if I watched the latest WALKING DEAD episode (or FEAR THE WALKING DEAD at the time of this writing). This question tends to come from people who wouldn’t declare themselves a horror fan, but just a casual viewer. This is something […]

Mickey Keating’s DARLING Set to Bring ‘Terror Beyond Comprehension’ To FANTASTIC FEST


While speaking to director Mickey Keating earlier this year, the prolific filmmaker mentioned his upcoming film DARLING and how his goal was to make a film that was like a really bad drug trip, an homage to films like REPULSION, ERASERHEAD and TROUBLE EVERY DAY (interview here). Fast forward to this week, when in celebration of the […]

Bluray Review: THE SENTINEL


The gang over at Scream Factory has another great hit on their hands, with their 9/22 release of Michael Winner’s 1977 horror classic, THE SENTINEL. A title that many fans were asking for (especially THIS one), THE SENTINEL, despite its lack of many new supplemental materials, is one to check out, because the gateway to […]

Beyond Fright review: DOG DAY AFTERNOON (40th Anniversary Bluray)


I’m a massive fan of heist films. There’s just something so entertaining and gripping as sitting down and watching films like HEAT, RESERVOIR DOGS, or in this case, DOG DAY AFTERNOON. Easily one of my favorite subgenres of film, films like the ones mentioned above were all able to not only tell a very tightly […]

Review: SUPERNATURAL Season Ten


With Supernatural’s season nine cliffhanger splitting the show’s Winchester brothers and having Dean (Jensen Ackles) turned into a demon, season ten of the long-running TV show begins a lot like the first season began: with searching. Sam (Jared Padalecki) spends early episodes looking for his brother, getting kidnapped the vengeful Cole, angry at the face […]


Some kind of hate 2

Bullying has been an absolute virus, steadily grown throughout our nation’s schools within the last decade. Whether it be over the way a kid looks, the type of music he listens to, or hell, just because he exists, the fact is that it’s grown to astronomical proportions, and it’s only a matter of time before […]

Editorial: Are sites like Rotten Tomatoes and IMDB Swaying Horror Audiences In a Negative Way?


Last month, I called up a friend and asked if he wanted to catch a mid-day screening of Ciaran Foy’s SINISTER 2, the sequel to 2012’s Scott Derrickson-helmed SINISTER. While I was up for catching the film again, my friend said he didn’t want to go, because according to him, “Rotten Tomatoes said it wasn’t […]

Extras Revealed For Scream Factory’s Definitive LARRY FESSENDEN COLLECTION; Celebrate 30 Years of Glass Eye Pix!


Larry Fessenden is a maverick of independent genre cinema. For thirty years, Fessenden has helped establish new voices in horror cinema, and cemented his place as a formidable force of his own with a strong range of films. 2015 aims to be the year of Glass Eye Pix thanks to a Blu-ray release from our […]