by Michael Spierig, Peter Spierig
It’s been several years since the Saw franchise has graced us with its presence during the Halloween season. When I’d first heard that the series was getting a reboot, I was ecstatic. Love it or hate it, you have to give it up to James Wan and Leigh Whannell for creating a unique and lovable serial killer for a new generation. Read More…
A Plague So Pleasant
by Benjamin Roberds, Jordan Reyes
A Plague So Pleasant is a few years older, coming out in 2013, but I hadn’t really heard much buzz about it. It wasn’t until this past week when, browsing Amazon, I found it available to stream.
The plot synopsis piqued my interest immediately. Read More…
by Ridley Scott
While I could probably write a ten-page paper on why Ellen Ripley is one of the greatest characters of all time, this review needs to pertain to the new Alien film in the franchise, and sadly, Sigourney Weaver’s fabulous character has yet to exist in the prequel timeline. Read More…
by M. Night Shyamalan
Split is 2017’s M. Night Shyamalan film that perhaps we were all pretty nervous about seeing. The first reason I’d mention is that, typically, horror films in January just don’t tend to do well, and the second is that his movies are pretty 50/50. Read More…
by Michael Thelin
It’s not often that I don’t find something worth enjoying in a film, whether it be the soundtrack, effects, acting, or storyline, something is typically redeemable and I can usually find the positive in something. However, I can’t say that’s the case for a film I watched recently called Emelie. Read More…
What We Become
by Bo Mikkelsen
I like foreign films, I like outbreak films, and I like zombie films, so when I came across the Danish zombie outbreak film, What We Become, naturally I was excited. Read More…
by Rob Zombie
Ah, Rob Zombie… a good friend once told me “Rob Zombie is the new M. Night Shyamalan,” and while his trend of releases over the past few years seems to prove that statement true, I feel like Shyamalan seems to have gotten part of his groove back and Zombie has yet to do that. Read More…
Train to Busan
by Yeon San-ho
Train to Busan, was the world’s breakout zombie hit of the summer. I was happy to see (of course) a new zombie film emerge that had a nice production budget behind it and even happier to see that it was coming out of South Korea. Read More…
Yay! I dub today Haven day! Head over to Amazon and pick up your copies of Haven, available now on eBook and Paperback!
I also have two brand new reviews of Haven to share with you!
One from Hey Said Renee and one from Fear Street Zombie.
In other news I have a guest blog post that I did for Permuted Press about the horror movie remake movement. Read More…
Hey hey everyone!
The year is coming to a close and I have been busy as hell to say the least. With the Holiday season in full swing (and soon coming to a close) work has been wild and I just bought a new house so moving has been crazy. But the dust is starting to settle, and through it all, awesome things have happened…
Like book 3 being completed. Yup. Read More…