Day 9 in the 31 Days of Halloween goes over DR. GIGGLES and the Freudian trauma, as well as the misogyny, at its core.
The 3rd day in 31 Days of Halloween looks at BAD CANDY (2020), a mixed bag of treats with a few strong messages.
A girl tries to figure out why her sister killed herself, only to stumble onto a horrifying online game and a den of digital predators.
More gruesome Camp Redwood history comes to light
Hirotaka Adachi digs in the J-horror claws with the help of modern folklore’s terrifying power
A father takes his daughters on a road trip after their mother’s death. But they run into terrifying supernatural trouble.
URBAN EXPLORER’s not a good movie, but it has plenty of things to say about how we sometimes choose to hide the past rather than confront it.
Candyman returns, as a white family confronts their history within the context of America’s long, ugly racist past.
When a man’s son is taken by the Slender Man, he goes to any & all lengths necessary to find him again. Even if that means becoming a criminal himself.
Feed the Gods. 2014. Dir. Braden Croft. Starring Shawn Roberts, Emily Tennant, Britt Irvin, Tyler Johnston, and Aleks Paunovic. Compound B. Unrated. 84 minutes. Horror/Thriller ★1/2 There are times I’ll admit I am fooled by an interesting title. When I first heard of Feed the Gods I’ve got to say, I was absolutely hooked. Just byContinue reading “Feed the Gods Leaves Everyone Hungry”