For a short film, ‘Blood Oak’ from BCS Films brings the wintry horror, being a worthy entry into the small genre of upstate New York horror.
Mike Thorn’s double shot of short horror, ‘Dreams of Lake Drukka’ and ‘Exhumation,’ don’t need much time to deliver a case of the chills.
The Frankenstein monster, the return of Raimi, and a long-lost collaboration from Italy’s masters of horror make the news in The Week in Horror.
Read Tim Murr’s review of ‘To Wallow in Ash and Other Sorrows,’ the debut short story collection by author Sam Richard.
Argento, Cronenberg and Refn make their way to the small screen and we bid a fond farewell to Robert Forster in The Week in Horror.
Tim Murr looks at Latin American horror movies, which draw from a rich tapestry of urban legend and tradition. #31DaysOfHorror2019
Tim Murr hurls himself headlong into all kinds of 70s low-budget horror with Arrow Video’s ‘American Horror Project, Vols. 1 & 2.’
Lucio Fulci’s ‘House by the Cemetery’ and Ted Geoghegan’s ‘We Are Still Here’ prove that home isn’t always the safe haven it is meant to be.
Tim Murr reviews the new book from Paul Lubaczewski, ‘I Never Eat… Cheesesteak,’ which introduces a new kind of vampire hunter.
‘The Amusement Park,’ George Romero’s lost film from 1973, screens next month! Plus: Leatherface returns and Freddy disappears in The Week in Horror.
Did you spend your Friday the 13th weekend watching Jason murder teenagers or returning to Derry to face an ancient evil? Tim Murr did both!
Jovanka Vuckovic’s ‘Riot Girls’ joins such punksploitation classics as ‘The Ranger’ and ‘Return of the Living Dead’ with its depiction of an alternate 1995.