30 Days of Night is a mainstream vampire flick that’s actually pretty unique in its concept. Set in Alaska where the sun won’t come out for a month, this movie features a band of vampires attacking a town with limited resources. Does it live up to its potential? Click through to find out.
What is there to say about 1973’s timeless classic? Seriously. I have to write this thing. Why don’t you go ahead and click through to see what we think about Bill Friedkin’s movie adaptation of one of the best horror novels of all time. Don’t like reading? Well, you can find a link to the podcast review as well.
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 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.
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.
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.
What’s that in the sky? It’s a bird! It’s a plane! No, it’s a shitload of birds that are hellbent on pecking our eyes out for basically no reason! We should run and also light a stogie at the same time! This week we watched Alfred Hitchcock’s 1963 ultra-classic, The Birds. Rod Taylor plays a handsome small town lawyer and Tippi Hedren plays an affluent prankster. What’s not to love? Click through to find out.