Indie Horror Director Spotlight: Michael Okum

Welcome to our latest Indie Director spotlight.  This time we interview Michael Okum: an award winning independent filmmaker and visual artist born and raised in New Jersey.  Michael’s first feature film “Expressway To Your Skull” was released on DVD and VOD in fall of 2015. Regular posts about his art and film work can be found… Read More

10 Underrated Halloween Themed Horror Movies

With Halloween just around the corner, cable channels are pumping out their annual Halloween themed programming.  However, for us die-hard horror fans, programming such as AMC’s Fear Fest has turned into a snooze fest with repeated marathons of well-known classics year after year.  We’ve already seen every Halloween, Friday the 13th, or Nightmare on Elm… Read More

The Autopsy of Jane Doe (2016) Review

While André Øvredal broke out onto the scene with his successful horror comedy Trollhunter, he takes a far more chilling, straight forward horror approach with his first English language feature. Opening to a grisly crime scene in a suburban Virginia home, the cops are stumped.  The house shows no forced signs of entry, yet the… Read More

Phantasm: Ravager (2016) Review

37 years ago, Don Coscarelli unwittingly began a cult franchise with his guerilla style DIY supernatural film Phantasm.  While the directorial reigns have been handed off to new director, but long-time series fan David Hartman, that guerilla style of filming still remains with this final entry.  This low budget sequel concludes Reggie and company’s journey,… Read More

The Exorcist II: The Heretic (1977) review

“Your machine has proved scientifically that there’s an ancient demon locked within her!” The Exorcist is a masterpiece.  Forget all that nonsense about it being laughable in this day and age.  It’s an incredibly well made film, period, and it still chills.  Even if you don’t buy into the God vs. the devil business, it’s so… Read More