It’s always fun to take a break from the regular programming and dive into an anthology because these movies offer the rare occasion for us to break down individual short films, which we all agree are a fantastic way to take in what horror has to offer. It’s even more fun when we get to do it via Pateron member recommendation! How does V/H/S/2 do at stringing these together? Are there any standout efforts in here? Click on through to the other side for a spoilery review.
Hey, Jake picked a zombie movie. Hey, Jake picked a foreign movie. We hear things like that far too often so guess what? Jake went all-in this time and picked a foreign zombie movie. And it’s one that people have actually heard of. Actually, Jake has been waiting to review this movie for a long time. What did he (and the other guys)? Let’s find out.
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If we told you this was a slasher movie we would be lying, so we won’t. This Clive Barker movie throws a sprinkle of slasher onto an all out monster vs people battle and tries to build a mythos akin to Star Wars in the process. Does it succeed in sweeping glory or is it all basically the cantina scene? Click through to find out.
The late 90s and early 00s saw a weird uptick in remakes of William Castle movies. This week we take a look at one of the more… shall we say… over the top? Thir13een Ghosts is a special bird that might delight some and will actively drive others into a blind rage. Speaking from experience here. Click through to read our review.
We’re no strangers to found footage flicks around these parts, so we’re reaching out and covering one that flies just a bit under the radar. If you’re in the US, you might know this a Final Prayer but whatever name you’re going by, this is one of those that you won’t forget after you’ve seen it. Click through to find out why in our spoilery review.