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Halloween Girl Graphic Novel Review – Spooky Season is Never Over

Quinn MagickNov 7, 2022
Halloween Girl Graphic Novel Review – Spooky Season is Never Over

“Halloween Girl, Book One: Promises to Keep” by Richard T. Wilson is released from Mad Shelley Comics and features art by Stephen Mullan, Pietro Vaughan, Wanderer Luna, Charaf Mezioud, and Eleonora Garofolo. Art is divvied up by chapter, each retaining…

Terrifier 2 (2022) Review – Disgusting and Depraved, Just How We Like It

Hannah SwarbrickNov 4, 2022
Terrifier 2 (2022) Review – Disgusting and Depraved, Just How We Like It

Art the clown brutally slashed his way onto our screens in 2016, in Damien Leone’s gruesome hearkening back to the splatter-filled, SFX-loving classic films of the 70s and 80s that seasoned horror fans know and love. Since then, Art has…

Gregory Horror Show (2003) Game Review – Strange Survival-Horror

Jim CoxNov 4, 2022
Gregory Horror Show (2003) Game Review – Strange Survival-Horror

Gregory Horror Show is a 2003 Japanese mystery survival horror, developed by Capcom and released on PS2 in Japan and in Europe a few months later. The game is based on the dark CG anime of the same name, created…

Guillermo del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities – Every Episode Ranked

Kate DeJongeNov 3, 2022
Guillermo del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities – Every Episode Ranked

Netflix really stepped up its Halloween game this year, launching more exclusive horror series in October 2022 than any other non-themed streaming service in North America. Horror fans have grown accustomed to building their excitement for Mike Flanagan’s annual addition…

Book Recommendation: Kazuo Ishiguro’s Never Let Me Go – A Hidden Horror Gem

Book Recommendation: Kazuo Ishiguro’s Never Let Me Go – A Hidden Horror Gem

When I first received Never Let Me Go in the mail, I was put off by the plain and muted tones of the cover. The only point of interest was that the title itself is purposely spliced. Mr. Ishiguro may…

Speak No Evil (2022) Review – The Subversion of Bourgeois Expectations

Paul WooldridgeOct 31, 2022
Speak No Evil (2022) Review – The Subversion of Bourgeois Expectations

Following an Italian family vacation, Danish trio Bjorn (Morten Burian), Louise (Sidsel Siem Koch), and their young daughter take up an invitation to visit the Netherlands, at the behest of a Dutch family whom they met while abroad. Initially wary,…