[Disclaimer: This review contains spoilers.] There’s trouble in Naperville this holiday season and this story is sure to make you howl with delight. A Creepshow Holiday Special, written and directed by Greg Nicotero, is the latest Shudder original to join the premium horror streaming service. At 45-minutes long, the story based on and named after… Read More ‘A Creepshow Holiday Special’ Puts Another Santa on the Holiday Horror Naughty List [Review]

Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is a Mexican holiday celebrated annually on November 1st and 2nd, honoring friends and family members who have passed on. On November 1st, in time for Día de los Muertos, director Gigi Saul Guerrero, Blumhouse & Hulu’s Into The Dark: CULTURE SHOCK, and production company Luchagore Productions released… Read More MISTRESS OF BONES: An enthralling story of betrayal and revenge

Viy (1967) | Review

Every so often, I come across a film that is so groundbreaking that it feels like I found a huge piece in the puzzle of film history. A movie that influenced many of the techniques used in the movies we all know and love. One such film is the 1967 Russian classic Viy (pronounced “VEE”).… Read More Viy (1967) | Review

[WARNING: THIS REVIEW INCLUDES SPOILERS] There is no sugarcoating in this review. Dare I even need to remind people that my opinions may differ from their own, it is begrudging yet necessary since there’s already been so much heat surrounding Black Christmas (2019).  The remake of the beloved 1974 Canadian film was written and directed… Read More Review: Black Christmas Remake Isn’t For Everyone, But Necessary As F*ck