Green Room (2015)

Green Room (2015)

It’s hard to be in a band. Waking up in cornfields, running out of free PBR’s you may or may not have stolen in your shitty Air B&B, getting your arm hacked to bits with a machete by a group of skinheads. Just remember the plight the next time you’re thinking about giving up your day job to play Sex Pistols covers. Also, read this review.

Don't Leave Home (2018)

Don't Leave Home (2018)

Don’t Leave Home is 2018’s entry into the oft overlooked sub-genre of Irish countryside magical oil painting horror. So if you need that in your life, then just go watch the thing. If you need a little more convincing, then click through and check out our mostly spoiler free review.

Evil Dead (2013)

Evil Dead (2013)

Evil Dead. Not The Evil Dead. That’s in important distinction to make as you head into this review because inside you will find almost nothing about Campbell or Raimi. Got it? Groovy. We’re here to review the 2013 reboot because at A-Z Horror, we don’t do things in order. That would be too professional. Hit that link for some spoilery takes, you judgemental sack of…


House of the Devil (2009)

House of the Devil (2009)

Life was hard in the 1980s. No cell phones. Your Sony walkman probably cost about $200. You’re shitty college roommate constantly sleeps with everyone and makes it real awkward when you come home to sleep. Satanic cults may or may not exist. We’ve all been there, and Ti West’s The House of the Devil goes balls deep into the time period. Click through to read our Review of Ti West’s The House of the Devil.

Blair Witch (2016)

Blair Witch (2016)

The Blair Witch is the third in a very tenuous trilogy regarding what happens when you look for trouble in the woods around Burkittsville, Maryland. Turns out, trouble tends to find you, fuck with you for about 2 days, then kill you in a basement. Maybe people should stop looking for it? If you are wondering if you should look for this movie in a queue near you, click through to our review.

Arachnophobia (1990)

Arachnophobia (1990)

There comes a time in every man’s life when he has to choose between the earthquakes and hustle of the Bay Area and the cross-bred Venezuelan murder arachnids of the countryside. It’s a time of introspection and self-doubt that will inevitably swallow all of us. Jeff Daniels explores this sensitive topic in this examination of an extremely common mid-life-crisis challenge. Click through to read our review of 1990’s Arachnophobia.