Bela Lugosi’s Undead – Episode 6 – May (2002) – Directed by Lucky McKee

We're back with 2002's May, a horror film from Lucky McKee. A dark, Frankenstein-adjacent slasher with a Vet Tech surprised us with its surprising themes and ideas.  Come for dark horror, and stay for discussions about Rian Johnson's first job, a very excited Roger Ebert, and the weirdest caterer stories you've ever heard.  00:00 - 05:40 … Continue reading Bela Lugosi’s Undead – Episode 6 – May (2002) – Directed by Lucky McKee

Review: ‘Barbarian’ Will Shake You to Your Core

One of the best things about the horror genre is the element of discovery inherent to its mission. Most successful horror films build from a singular premise with the sole purpose of disturbing the audience. Sometimes this results in grotesque imagery, while others feature unyielding tension. Blood or guts can gross out audiences, but concepts … Continue reading Review: ‘Barbarian’ Will Shake You to Your Core

Halloween Horror Nights 31 Preview: We Did the Monster Mash

Easily becoming one of the most exciting remix houses in recent years, the Universal Monsters have proved themselves more than capable of holding their own. Not only do they continue to rise in popularity, but they serve up genuinely great scares. While one might assume the "classic" status would chill them out, the creative team … Continue reading Halloween Horror Nights 31 Preview: We Did the Monster Mash

Halloween Horror Nights 31 Preview: Grabbers & Ghosts & Body Swaps…Oh My!

While it has only been three event years since the last time The Horrors of Blumhouse made (its 2nd appearance), the world of horror has shifted. Blumhouse was already a juggernaut at the time, but one could argue that Black Phone and Freaky are among the most financially successful films from the studio. Given their … Continue reading Halloween Horror Nights 31 Preview: Grabbers & Ghosts & Body Swaps…Oh My!

Bela Lugosi’s Undead – Episode 5 – The Thing (1982) – Directed By John Carpenter — He’s Watching (2022) & Glorious (2022)

Nobody trusts anybody now… and we’re all very tired. Welcome to the seminal horror film, The Thing (1982), directed by John Carpenter. The iconic film began as a box office and critical bomb. Today, 40 years later, it is considered one of the greatest films ever made. For the first time, Ryan and I also … Continue reading Bela Lugosi’s Undead – Episode 5 – The Thing (1982) – Directed By John Carpenter — He’s Watching (2022) & Glorious (2022)

Halloween Horror Nights 31: ‘Descendants of Destruction’ Gets Very Weird

A common refrain from the HHN community after the infamous HHN 31 t-shirt leak was pure confusion about the Descendants of Destruction house. With the other houses having clear narratives and exciting characters, many began to downplay Descendants as a lower-tier house. However, the mood began to shift once the house logo released. In addition … Continue reading Halloween Horror Nights 31: ‘Descendants of Destruction’ Gets Very Weird

“Halloween Ends” to Release In Theaters and on Peacock on October 14th

The famed serial-killer franchise Halloween returns this October. Officially, Universal and Blumhouse have announced the October 14th release date will be for the film to debut in theaters and via the Peacock app. This will be the second year in a row where Blumhouse and Universal have released a Halloween movie in theaters and on … Continue reading “Halloween Ends” to Release In Theaters and on Peacock on October 14th

Halloween Horror Nights 31: Ladies and Gentleminions…The Weeknd

Perhaps the most controversial IP house of the year, The Weeknd: After Hours Nightmare became a lightning rod for controversy. Some in the community tried to say Abel Tesfaye aka The Weeknd was not a horror figure. This argument never really held water, and we're here to dispel it quickly. First, many of his music videos and … Continue reading Halloween Horror Nights 31: Ladies and Gentleminions…The Weeknd

Halloween Horror Nights 31: Halloween – Michael Myers Returns to Haddonfield (Again)

It's time for our Halloween Horror Nights Previews! A few years ago, we ran this series at We Bought a Blog and had a great time doing so. So, like Mr. Michael Myers, we're bringing it back! First, let's check out the film that shares its name with our holiday, Halloween (1978). There was a … Continue reading Halloween Horror Nights 31: Halloween – Michael Myers Returns to Haddonfield (Again)