Category Archives: Most Recent Horror Reviews

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31 Movie Review

Author: Laura Cosheril

I’m not going to lie, I’m a bit of a Rob Zombie fan girl, I’m a fan of his music and his movies. I will admit, some of his movies have been questionable (Lords of Salem) but I have enjoyed them all the same. His style of directing and writing appeal to the inner metalhead hillbilly in me and I enjoy it. Continue reading 31 Movie Review

Blair Witch (2016) Review

Author: Laura Cosheril

Before we start, I need to get this out there – I was (and still am) a massive fan of the 1999 “The Blair Witch Project”. Back in the day when I first laid eyes upon it a few years after its release I was a wee 8 year old, and I couldn’t sleep for a week… Literally. Continue reading Blair Witch (2016) Review

Exorcist House Of Evil 2016 – Review

Author: Craig Matthews

Who likes a slice of demonic possession in the morning? Director David Trotti certainly does, and in his latest flick EXORCIST HOUSE OF EVIL he tries to bring all that evil goodness to us, the dear viewers. With Amy Holland as lead character Amy, Mark Holzum as love interest Luke and a budget of around $1million, we should be in for some low budget devilish fun. Continue reading Exorcist House Of Evil 2016 – Review

Shelter (2012 Review)

Author: Craig Matthews

Here we have SHELTER, released in 2012 this indie psychological thriller is the brainchild of Adam Caudill and Wrion Bowling. Made for less than $100,000 it has featured at the Eerie Horror Film Festival where it won Best Director and the 2012 Williamsburg Independent Film Festival where it won Best Narrative Feature Film. The idea behind this is 5 total strangers trapped in a nuclear fallout shelter for a long time, with no immediate hope of release. Continue reading Shelter (2012 Review)

Lights Out (2016 Review)

Author: Laura Cosheril

Lights Out is the newest “Cult Horror” movie to grace our screens. It takes an age-old Horror Movie concept and puts a modern and overly-creepy twist on it which makes for hair-pulling, nail-biting and downright creepy viewing. Continue reading Lights Out (2016 Review)