Horror Club: Annabelle Comes Home

The Conjuring franchise of films has become the second highest-grossing horror franchise of all time - coming in right behind Godzilla - and in my opinion, for good reason: these films have created scares and terrorized audiences since the first film was released in 2013. Now at its seventh release, Annabelle Comes Home is the third movie about the haunted doll, and its release this weekend has generated many mixed reviews among horror fans. The movie takes demonologists Ed and Lorraine Warren out of the story, and sees their daughter Judy and her babysitters as the ones responsible for fighting off the evil that Annabelle hosts. As a die-hard fan of the franchise, I couldn't get my hands on

Horror Club: Child's Play (2019)

It's probably safe to say that 1988's Child's Play is the leading cause of thousands upon thousands of people who suffer from pediophobia: the fear of dolls. The red-haired doll turned killer Chucky haunted the nightmares of kids across the globe when the film came out, and made everyone think twice about those creepy little lifeless eyes. The film was the basis for six sequels and an upcoming TV series; but the fresh to theaters Child's Play that came out this weekend is a reboot of the story and character - and this time, he's WIFI enabled, bringing him into modern times, of course! Since the release of the trailer for the movie, the studio has gotten a pretty decent amount of criticism fr

Horror Club: Insomnium

Living in an apartment complex - when you really think about it - is a pretty crazy concept. On your side of the wall, you've got your own private life filled with secrets that only the walls of your apartment know. But that means so does your neighbor on the other side of the wall. And it's a concept that is explored in INSOMNIUM, a fresh video on demand film released this week both written and directed by Scott Powers. The film is a pretty quick watch clocking in at under an hour and a half, but it's got this pretty awesome blend of mystery, suspense, and horror that will capture you within the first ten minutes and keep you just outside of the truth until the final minutes. It's a relativ

Drown in Sulphur - Blackwind

Italy's DROWN IN SULPHUR are far from new to the deathcore scene; they've been making waves in the online extreme music community since 2015 when they released a video for the single "An Epilogue To The Arrogant." Since then, the band have slowly teased new songs here and there, but it wasn't until just recently that the band released a full EP; their first since 2015's "It Rises" EP. Around this time last year, the band released "Blackwind" as a single - and now, the "Blackwind" EP has finally come to deliver us some finely tuned, devastating deathcore from the Italian dudes in Drown In Sulphur. Blending deathcore with just the right amount of blackened elements, the band have unleashed an

Horror Club: Hallowed Ground

People can be very overprotective of their things, sometimes - but how far is too far when it comes to respecting thy neighbor's property? Fresh to streaming services this month is HALLOWED GROUND, a killer new horror written, directed and even acted by Miles Doleac (who has a pretty rich history in the genre) that tells the tale of two neighboring families, the generations-long property feud they share, and the seriously sinister, dark history behind all the angst. The run time is just shy of two hours - and at times, the film feels like it moves at the pace of a turtle - but I promise, once the backstory truly begins to unfold, Hallowed Ground will have you in its grip and it won't let go

Angelmaker - Self Titled

If there is one band that fans have literally been begging for a new album from, there's no doubt it's gotta be ANGELMAKER out of North Vancouver, British Columbia! Since the release of Dissentient back in 2015 - which feels like forever ago - the band have been hounded by hordes of deathcore fans who crave more of the bands wicked, melodic yet damning form of deathcore. After tons of teasing and hints of a new release, the brand new, self-titled record finally dropped on May 31st, and the results are finally in: this record was worth every single second that we had to wait for it. "Angelmaker" is one of the most intense, dark, and fucking brutal records we've probably ever heard, and there


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