3 Dark Magic Horror Films Coming Just in Time for Halloween!

We’re halfway through the spooky season and as the horror movie binges continue, some new entries are around the corner arriving days before Halloween. As with every October, the expected seasonal scares fit perfectly with the mood, as well as, do wonders for conjuring up last-minute costume ideas and/or party themes. This year, three witchy based genre films are about to hit the small screens, and what makes them interesting is that they couldn’t be more different from one another

Creative Comparison: Pretzel Jack and Topsy & Bopsy

The big screen may be home to some of the most legendary monsters to ever grace the horror genre, but recently, entries from filmmakers on streaming services programs have been staking their own claim among the iconic figures as being just as terrifying. The bubbling world of small-screen terror has enabled new nightmares to reach audiences across the globe, while doing so it has introduced inventive original takes on skin-crawling monsters and creepy creatures that can make even die-hard horror

Bring On the Blood: 3 Modern Scary Films Made Especially for Horror Purists

The nightmarish minds of horror filmmakers are able to bring scenes to life with such visceral detail that it can sometimes even hurt to watch. Whether you’re a purists who prefers these gruesome feats to be pulled off with practical effects or a casual fan who is okay with a bit of CGI if done well, the end results can make your stomach turn and your skin crawl. Body horror is usually what turns others off the genre because unlike

3 Darkly Addictive Shows to Get You Through September

Letting go of summer is not that easy for some, but having new creepy shows to watch may just help with the transition. There are of course some perks of entering into a new season, such as, reasons to never leave your couch and the greatest holidays happening but it does feel a bit like we were robbed this year of much needed time with friends and family. With an uncertain future for theatrical releases as Fall approaches, we’re left