The Exorcism of God (Movie Review)

In 1973 The Exorcist did not invent the priest vs demon possession Horror flick, but it has certainly kept it going for nearly 50 years now. Its DNA can be seen in nearly each and every example of the genre since then. Especially if they ... Read More

The Convent (Movie Review)

Religious Horror has been a prevalent subgenre ever since 1973’s The Exorcist shocked audiences and made them genuflect at the altar of scary. The latest entry into the field, The Convent, arrives to select theaters, as well as On Demand, as of Friday, May 3rd, ... Read More

Luciferina (Movie Review)

It sounds like a spin-off too far from Vampirina, but there is nothing Disney-like going on here. Due out on November 20th on Blu-ray/DVD and Digital HD December 4th through Artsploitation Films, Luciferina is an occult Horror flick from Argentina. As such, one can expect ... Read More

Welcome To Mercy (Movie Review)

Old wounds can cause new ones, just as the sins of the parents are oft passed unto their children. So goes the tale of Welcome To Mercy, a brand-new Thriller, which arrives to select theaters, VOD and via digital platforms on Friday, November 2, 2018, ... Read More

The Book of Birdie (Movie Review)

One of the newest Horror films on the scene, The Book of Birdie made its world premiere back in 2017 at the Göteborg Film Festival 2017, before going on to the Sitges Fantasy Film Festival in Spain and the Brooklyn Horror Film Festival, amongst others. ... Read More

The Devil’s Doorway (Movie Review)

In the spirit of such Horror classics as 1973’s The Exorcist and 1968s’ Rosemary’s Baby comes The Devil’s Doorway, a truly disturbing new offering from IFC Midnight that arrives in theaters and On Demand Friday, July 13, 2018. For over 200 years in Ireland, the Catholic Church hid young ... Read More