It’s the middle of the summer. It’s hot outside. It’s hot inside. Your water and electricity bills are high. You just want to escape the world for a minute and watch an invisible doom monster execute pure Rube Goldbergian murder-scapes on some obnoxious teens. Final Destination 3 has you covered. Click through to read our review.
You know that feeling when you’re suuuuper close to your next milestone in followers as you grow your brilliant idea into a media goliath? Yeah, neither do we, and judging by Sadie and McKayla’s strategy, they have a very different idea of being proactive than you. Click that button to find out why.
The holidays are here (or at least they were if you are reading this in the future), and that means the risk of crossing paths with a mutant killer snowman has risen exponentially. If you are as concerned about this as we are, then click through to our review of 1997's Jack Frost and arm yourself with knowledge.
Seven is a dark, rain soaked serial killer thriller with a cast that might make your head spin even more than then insanely messed up nature of the seven deadly sins-based murders the movie follows. Just how much of a horror movie is this and more importantly, what the hell was in the box? Click on through to find out.
Mark has spent the last year and a half trying to get the guys to watch this movie. A classic reverse-slasher, this movie follows two lovable rednecks being harassed by douchebag camping teenagers. How well does it all come together to form a horror comedy soup? Click through to the main review to find out.
Could you possibly come up with more quintessentially 90’s movie than Scream? A bunch of melodramatic 20 somethings playing high school students get hunted down by a masked killer, all while commenting on the very rules that keep people in alive in traditional slasher movies like Halloween and Nightmare on Elm Street. Click through to see how well it stands up today.