Get Out

Something very important happened in horror and film this last weekend. A film was released about racism in America, written and directed by a black man in his directorial debut, and it also happened to be in the horror genre. It currently has a 99% on Rotten Tomatoes and received a sea of positive reviews. […]

Friday the 13th

Ch ch ch, ha ha ha   ch ch ch, ha ha ha Right? Argument: one version of self-care comes in the form of early 80’s slashers. Call me morbid, call me a final girl, call me paranoid. Horror is a form of modern-day prepping. Care to take a trip with me? Tonight, I’m writing up […]

Ex Machina

Not sure about you cats, but I’ve been trapped in a snowstorm for the last few days so I’m hungry for a little horror. No, I didn’t re-watch The Thing or The Shining, even if they are standard snowstorm choices. I finally got around to watching to Ex Machina [2015, directed by Alex Garland]. You […]

Krampus

Ho ho ho and stuff! Happy Christmas, Hanukkah, Solstice, and Yule! I hope y’all have been able to enjoy the season. If you haven’t, have some horror, on me. I’m mega pumped because today I’m deconstructing Krampus [2015, directed by Michael Dougherty]. Before we dig into this delicious nugget, let’s understand exactly who Krampus is. […]

Black Christmas

Merry, merry, y’all! ‘Tis the season and all that, so I’m writing up Christmas horror this month. You might be thinking that horror and Christmas don’t go together. You would be wrong. It’s the darkest, coldest time of the year, people are stressed out of their minds and forced into spaces with people they would […]

The Woman in Black

  Greetings, spooky lovers! As promised, November’s posts focus on ghost stories. This week, I’m writing up The Woman in Black [2012, directed by James Watkins]. This remake is based on a very beloved surprise-hit 1989 made-for-British-tv movie. It’s been said in some internet forums that it has the scariest ending ever made. I’ve seen […]