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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…


The Ruins (2008)

The Ruins (2008)

Y’all like Mexico?! Of course you do. There’s sunshine, tequila, partying coeds, and parasitic plants infesting ancient Mayan temples that will eat you from the inside out? That last little detail really flies under the radar on the travel sites. If you’d like to see if it’ll ruin the trip you’re planning, I’ll let you know once you take the link. Just be warned I’m gonna get into the gory details.

You're Next (2011)

You're Next (2011)

You’re Next is a 2011 home invasion movie that is lauded for its originality, its masks, and being a mumblegore movie. Jack picked this as his home invasion pick of the most recent draft, and the whole crew was pretty excited to take it on. Does it live up to hype? What is mumblegore? The answers to some of those questions and more confusion as to others follows after the jump.

Turbo Kid (2015)

Turbo Kid (2015)

Do you like to bob your head to the rollicking pulse of a synth while you explode peoples brains into goop with your laser-imbued Power Glove? Don’t even bother answering. It was a rhetorical question. There is a biological imperative answering yes for you. Read our review to figure out why.

A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors (1987)

A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors (1987)

Jack chose this movie as his “blind spot” pick. Weirdly, he claims to have seen all the other movies in the franchise, yet somehow the most Dokken-est movie escaped his radar. How did he think this one holds up to the others? Well click on through to find out.

Final Destination (2000)

Final Destination (2000)

Final Destination was Mark’s choice as his “guilty pleasure” movie. He says it has the right combination of chutzpah and moxie… whatever the fuck that means. He seems like he just incoherently rambles sometimes. Read through the review to see if he manages to elucidate his stance in any way.