When it comes to 80s slashers, a few heavyweights dominate the discourse. But these 7 lesser-loved slashers deserve your attention. The 1980s birthed more …continue reading Seven Slashers That Deserve More Love
Attention campers! If meta-horror and self-aware humor — a la “Scream” — is your bag, “You Might Be the Killer” might be your summer jam. …continue reading All-American Spookshow: You Might Be the Killer (2018)
Weird and ambitious, “The Initiation” throws a lot into the pot. It may not cook up something truly delicious, but it’s satisfying enough. This …continue reading Tubi Tuesday: The Initiation (1984)
An underrated slasher from the 80s, “The Stepfather” is a smart, surprising, well-made, and truly frightening flick that deserves more love. Slashers come in …continue reading Tubi Tuesday: The Stepfather (1987)
On this week’s Cheer and Loathing, it’s all about lady killers and epic endings as we discuss “Sleepaway Camp” and “April Fool’s Day”. THIS EPISODE: …continue reading Cheer and Loathing: Who Wears Short Shorts?
Who says bloody carnage and cuddles don’t go together? These five great slasher films will make your next date night one to die for. …continue reading Date Night: Slashers and Snuggles
A cheesy 80s offering more infamous for its theme song than its content, “The Mutilator” is a bad film that delivers a really good …continue reading Tubi Tuesday: The Mutilator (1984)
As we celebrate one of the greatest Christmas horror films of all time, we recognize the unsung legacy of the ultimate final girl, Jess …continue reading Jess Bradford: More Than a Final Girl