Review: ‘The VelociPastor’ Doesn’t Reach the Greatness of Its Own Title

‘The VelociPastor’ stumbles in its attempt to become the next cult classic by trying too hard to become the next cult classic.

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The Week In Horror: Sharks, Worms, and Freudstein

Sharks at a certain depth in the water, worms in a desert land with little water, and a mad scientist who knows what water is at in The Week in Horror.

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All Manor Of Dark Mystery In ‘Manor Black #1’ On The Wednesday Run

From the creators of one of this writer’s fave comics of the last decade (Harrow County) comes a new miniseries full of darkness, mystery and sorcery – prepare yourself for Manor Black!

The Week in Horror: Hauer, ‘Halloween,’ and Harrelson

Revisit Rutger Hauer’s iconic performance in ‘The Hitcher,’ a ‘Blair Witch’ video game on the way, and upcoming sequels in ‘The Week in Horror.’

Fantasia 2019: ‘Harpoon’ is Twisty, Witty, and Pretty Gross

‘Harpoon,’ an official selection of Fantasia Fest 2019, strands three friends in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean with only their dark secrets surfacing.

Fantasia 2019: In ‘Homewrecker,’ Being Polite Will Kill You

‘Homewrecker’ draws a horrifying picture of what happens between two women when common courtesy overrides obvious behavioral red flags.

Fantasia 2019: Izzy Lee’s Short Film, ‘Re-Home,’ Tears Down the Wall

Filmmaker Izzy Lee continues to dazzle and provoke discussion with her politically-charged short film, ‘Re-Home,’ showing at this year’s Fantasia Fest.

Fantasia 2019: ‘Sator’ is Gorgeous, Affecting, and Quietly Frightening

Five years in the making, the Fantasia Fest selection, ‘Sator,’ brings a quiet mental horror into stark realization in the California forest.

Fantasia 2019: ‘Satanic Panic’ Does Horror-Comedy Right

‘Satanic Panic,’ an official selection of Fantasia 2019, is one of the best horror-comedy films of the last twenty years.

The Week in Horror: News From Comic Con, Haddonfield, and Hell

The MCU gets scary, Blumhouse chooses not to kill the Boogeyman, and Scream Factory announces the box set we didn’t know we needed in ‘The Week in Horror.’