Top 10 Films of 2018

If you've been around the campfire at all this year, then you know the song; one that sounds very similar to last year in which horror is heralded as "revived". Chilling debuts from filmmakers that shed new light on the genre - Ari Aster's Hereditary, Coralie Fargeat's Revenge and Daniel Goldhaber's Cam to name a … Continue reading Top 10 Films of 2018

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The 25 Hottest Vampires in Film, Ranked

As the year comes to a close, I'd be remiss if I didn't commemorate the anniversary of two wildly popular films - Marvel’s 1998 comic book adaptation Blade and 2008’s sparkle-motion phenomenon Twilight. One re-popularized the R-rated superhero film (often attributed to Dolph Ludgren’s turn as Frank Castle in 1991's The Punisher) while the other - … Continue reading The 25 Hottest Vampires in Film, Ranked

Ho-Ho-Horror: Christmas Evil (Lewis Jackson, 1980)

Harry Stadling (Gus Salud), a little boy with a fondness for all things Santa Claus, uncovers the truth about ole Saint Nick after witnessing his mother canoodle with Big Red! In a state of severe shock, Harry runs upstairs and stabs himself with a broken snow globe. Thirty-three years later and still scarred from the … Continue reading Ho-Ho-Horror: Christmas Evil (Lewis Jackson, 1980)

Ho-Ho-Horror: Black Xmas (Glen Morgan, 2006)

Did you ever watch Bob Clark’s Black Christmas (1974) and wonder if this would be better if we only knew who Billy was? Or why he was particularly angry at the girls of Delta Alpha Kappa? Maybe you watched it and thought Billy should suffer from severe jaundice, causing him to become as yellow as the snow … Continue reading Ho-Ho-Horror: Black Xmas (Glen Morgan, 2006)

A to Z Horror: Alice Sweet Alice (1976), directed by Alfred Sole

For the most part, video stores are dead, save for a handful around the world (read Kate Hagen’s excellent and extensive piece for an idea). Luckily, I work at Best Video, one of the last remaining vestiges to the golden days of renting, where streaming meant perusing shelves in hope of finding the last copy of … Continue reading A to Z Horror: Alice Sweet Alice (1976), directed by Alfred Sole