As relevant today as when it was released, “Eyes of Fire” is folk horror at its finest; terrifying, thought-provoking, and engaging. Folk horror is …continue reading The Films of F Street: Eyes of Fire (1983)
We discuss the film everyone is buzzing about, Nia DaCosta and Jordan Peele’s “Candyman”. Does it deliver the same sting as the original? ABOUT …continue reading Adventures in Movies: “Candyman” Special Edition
On this episode of the “Adventures in Movies!” podcast, your hosts invite you to the ultimate party, plus a review of “Witness Infection”. ABOUT …continue reading Adventures in Movies: Let’s Party!
This week on the podcast, Chaos & Carnage get a lesson in terrifying filmmaking — and not the good kind — with a look at “Urban …continue reading They Mostly Podcast at Night: Urbans Legends 2
Don’t expect anything groundbreaking or overly original, but “Evil Little Things” is an enjoyable horror anthology that makes for a fun, mindless watch. Like …continue reading Reel Review: Evil Little Things (2020)
The indie horror comedy “A Serial Killer’s Guide to Life” delivers plenty of jokes — and blood — at the expense of self help gurus who …continue reading Reel Review: A Serial Killer’s Guide to Life
The Horror genre has been massively successful, despite most films being made for budgets far lower than other genres. The key to success? Fear. …continue reading Horror and the Success of the Small Budget