Lawyer and horror journalist Lindsay Traves revisits her ‘Friday the 13th’ legal guide in light of the recent court decision.
Sezin Koehler revisit M. Night Shyamalan’s ‘The Village’ and finds a prescient warning against the performative safeties of society.
Kayleigh Donaldson explores ‘Dracula 2000,’ Dimension Films’s ambitious, religious retelling of the Dracula mythos.
Katie Liggera carves out space in the holiday horror canon for Rene Manzor’s ‘Deadly Games,’ aka ‘Dial Code Santa Claus.’
In this Certified Forgotten stocking stuffer, Paul Doro explains why Steven C. Miller’s ‘Silent Night’ (2012) is a Christmas horror classic.
Jenn Adams rings in the holidays with an exploration of how the music in ‘Anna and the Apocalypse’ achieves pop nihilism perfection.
Brian Keiper explains why Adam Leader and Richard Oakes’s ‘Hosts’ (2020) is a lean, mean piece of holiday horror.