Paranormal movies - next to slashers - are probably the most fun movies to immerse yourself in. Stories can get a little crazy, the ghosts can get terrifying - it's an all around screamfest. Over the last decade or so, we've been so many paranormal films get released, and there's been a lot of good ones, but there's also been a ton of duds. It's been a while since we've had a good one, but it's been even longer since we've had a phenomenal one. New to streaming comes one that blows all ghost movies in the last few years out of the water: GHOSTS OF WAR. I knew this film wa...

Camp Crystal Lake and Camp Arawak are two of the most popular summer camps in horror history; every summer we seem to have new camps popping up in the genre. Campgrounds make for a great location for horror films because of how easily things can go dark and twisted; seclusion, isolation, desolation, where no one can see you and no one can hear you scream. This summer, we've gotten a new horror that is based on a summer campground - A DEADLY LEGEND - where there's a sinister history buried in the earth and a gateway that begs to be opened. The Pilgrim Lake Campground in A...

As we enter into another weekend - and we get one step closer to our favorite day of the year, Halloween - we finally made it to one of Universal's most popular classic horror films, The Phantom of the Opera! The film blends music and terror to create this awesome atmosphere inside of the Paris Opera House where the film takes place. Released in 1943 - in technicolor! - the film was directed by Arthur Lubin (one of Universal's leading directors of his time) and was loosely based on the novel by Gaston Leroux, as well as the 1925 silent horror adaption which had Lon Chaney...

Summer 2020 is in full force, and even though a lot of people are still boarded up in their homes, there's plenty of beach bums hitting the shores soaking in the sunshine. We're still a couple weeks out until Shark Week hits shores starting on August 9th, but what's a better way to prepare for the festivities than with a shark horror, and this time we're gonna need a bigger board as we summon the OUIJA SHARK! The film was written by David A. Lloyd and directed by Scott Patrick and has been gaining a reputation for being abysmally bad, so of course I had to check it out fo...

One of the great things about the horror genre is the ability to turn anything into a bloodthirsty killing machine. Think about how many films we have where inanimate either come to life or lead to murder: Rubber (a tire), Killer Sofa (a chair), Attack of the Killer Donuts (donuts!), Poltergeist (a tv set), The Stuff (ice cream)... the list goes on and on. While we're at it, we've already all seen Teeth about a vagina with some dental issues, but we've finally gotten the movie we didn't know we needed, but now cannot live without: THE SCROTUM! The film was...

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