Marie Gilbert discovers the joy of the now-completed tv series, iZombie.
Although there’s no pea soup volcano vomiting scenes in The Old Ways, what this exorcism film offers is just as frightening.
The Chestnut Man will keep you glued to your seat, as you try to uncover why a serial killer is leaving chestnut figurines at each crime scene.
Marie Gilbert shares her thoughts on James Wan’s latest film, the divisive Malignant.
In a world of real-life government coverups and corruption, Christian Nilsson’s Dashcam mirrors what is happening today everywhere.
Marie Gilbert’s The Scene That Shook Me for 31 Days of Horror is 1954’s THEM!
Take it from someone who has many spirits living in her house…Bathsheba: Search for Evil is one of the best documentaries that Marie Gilbert has seen in a long time.
Marie Gilbert looks at the new sci-fi film Solitary, set in 2044 during a global population explosion.
Skater Girl is a beautiful film about a beautiful people, all of whom share the desire for freedom.
Marie Gilbert looks at SyFy’s newest tv show, SurrealEstate, and talks about her own experiences investigating haunted homes.
Marie Gilbert looks at the 2017 film Lucky, featuring the final performance from the legendary Harry Dean Stanton.
Marie Gilbert gave up hope of ever finding another series as good as Channel Zero until she discovered Brand New Cherry Flavor.