Carmilla, written by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu, is one of vampire fiction’s earliest tales and predates Dracula by almost thirty years. Along with a poem written by Heinrich August Ossenfelder—which tells of a vampire … Continue reading Carmilla 2020: Where Are All the Vampires?
I was woefully unprepared for the opening scene of Santa’s Slay, which features a dysfunctional family – headed by the Nanny herself, Fran Drescher – sitting down for Christmas Dinner, … Continue reading Don’t Mess with Santa (A Santa’s Slay Review)
There isn’t a lot of Christmas cheer in this messy, low budget holiday slasher directed by and starring Edmund Purdon, but it does feature a musical number from Bond Girl … Continue reading Don’t Open Till Christmas Is a Messy Holiday Slasher
Spoiler warning! This post contains key plot elements from the horror slasher flick Return to Horror High. If you haven’t seen this movie, go watch it (or don’t–it’s actually pretty … Continue reading The Convoluted Return to Horror High and the Death of George Clooney
BY MACK VELTMAN SPOILER WARNING! I’m discussing key plot elements from the film. If you haven’t seen this movie, go watch it, and then come back and read my review. … Continue reading Prom Night 1980 Review
Angela from Sleepaway Camp is back! Well—not really. There’s a familiar vibe to Felissa Rose’s over-the-top performance as Ms. Jessica Bloom, a teacher who chaperons some students at risk of … Continue reading Camp Twilight and the Return of (Almost) Angela
BY MACK VELTMAN There’s no getting around it–this movie is pure trash, and even fans of bad cinema will have a hard time making it through this hour and twenty-five … Continue reading Horror Movie Review: Killer Workout