The Shed
Horror

The Shed

When I turn on a horror movie, I’m not looking for much other than to be scared and entertained. The Shed eventually succeeded in providing both of these elements, but it was trying at times to […]

Trick
Horror

Trick

In the past few weeks, I’ve been asked to review so many horror movies that I’ve lost count. It is, after all, that time of year. That means that something needs to catch my eye […]

Horror

Mary

I always find it entertaining when I see actors that I consider to be mainstream in a B-horror film. That’s the case with Mary, a B-horror film from Michael Goi. Honestly though, the B-moniker may be […]

Bloodline
Horror

Bloodline

What happens when you take a serial killer slasher flick and cross it with a drama about parents struggling to raise a newborn? You get Bloodline, writer/director Henry Jacobson’s first feature film. I enjoyed the […]

Satanic Panic
Horror

Satanic Panic

I knew that I had to watch Satanic Panic as soon as I saw the cast list. Jerry O’Connell has been a favourite of mine ever since I saw him in Stand be Me and […]

Deadsight
Horror

Deadsight

Zombies have been extremely popular for more than a decade now and pretty much every type of zombie flick you can think of has been made. Deadsight happens to have found a gap in the […]

Head Count
Horror

Head Count

If you’re a frequent reader of my reviews, you’ll know that I have a complex relationship with horror movies. For most of my life, I hated them – seeing movies like The Ring and The […]

Horror

The Cleaning Lady

Sometimes, when you watch a film, there’s a scene so dark that it shakes you to your very core. I feel like that’s the only way to describe the opening scene of The Cleaning Lady, it […]

Monster Party
Horror

Monster Party

The other night, my wife wasn’t in the living room, which meant I could watch something from my Shudder watchlist. They have a couple of films I really want to watch in their Shudder Exclusives […]

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc.
Horror

The Howling

Tonight being Halloween, a horror movie was in order. I sent my wife out of the room, turned off the lights, and turned on The Howling – Joe Dante’s 1981 classic. My wife had actually […]