Thursday, May 24, 2018


Mark Harris has been a horror fan for over 20 years, and started the website in 2005. As a freelance writer since 2003, he has written for publications such as,, Napster, THEiNDI Magazine, and Ugly Planet, as well as the head writer for the Chicago-based horror television show Midnite Screams. He has been a member of the Online Film Critics Society since 2009 and currently has over 400 horror movies in his Netflix queue.
Snake Outta Compton

Snake Outta Compton (2018)

Snake Outta Compton is the type of movie about which it seems safe to assume the title came WAY before a single word of the actual script was written....
The Strange Thing About the Johnsons

The Strange Thing About the Johnsons (2011)

It's hard enough finding time to review all the full-length movies I want to discuss on this site, so I generally don't delve into short films very much unless...
Voodoo Dolls

Voodoo Dolls (1991)

The Canadian production Voodoo Dolls feels like a relic -- even more so than the nearly three-decades-old film already is. Its images of a shirtless black man clad in...
Safari horror movie

Safari (2014)

Even for hardcore horror fans, found footage movies have pretty much worn out their welcome. Too often, they feel like an easy way for someone to make a film...
The Leech Woman

The Leech Woman (1960)

The Leech Woman isn't exactly the creative zenith of Universal horror -- coming six years after the studio's last great monster movie of its golden era, Creature from the...
Ghetto Goblin (Blood Tokoloshe)

Ghetto Goblin (AKA Blood Tokoloshe) (2013)

I've seen a few African horror movies, but mostly they've been moderately budgeted, relatively mainstream efforts from white filmmakers with primarily white casts, like Richard Stanley's Dust Devil. I'm...
But Deliver Us From Evil

But Deliver Us From Evil (2018)

Christianity and horror make for strange bedfellows. Edgy horror movies and wholesome faith-based films, after all, pretty much occupy opposite ends of the cinematic spectrum. Sure, demonic possession movies...
Demon House

Demon House (2018)

I've frequently found myself wondering if horror fans are more prone to believing that the phenomena they see in their favorite films are real. I might be in the...
They Remain

They Remain (2018)

They Remain opens with an H.P. Lovecraft quote ("Wise men have interpreted dreams, and the gods have laughed."), an indication of the content and the tone to follow. Typical...
The Cloverfield Paradox

The Cloverfield Paradox (2018)

The Cloverfield Paradox had been on the radar for some time (known initially as God Particle) when, on Super Bowl Sunday 2018, amidst the ads for carbonated beverages and...
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