Curiosities Have Been Piqued With Guillermo del Toro’s “Cabinet of Curiosities”

There are things in this world that we may never truly fully understand. There are also things in this world that we are too afraid to understand, some of them being our own human psyche and behaviors. Cabinet of Curiosities is no exception when it comes to the outlandish and bizarre, showcasing storytelling at itsContinue reading “Curiosities Have Been Piqued With Guillermo del Toro’s “Cabinet of Curiosities””

Why All Of Us Are Tuning Into Netflix’s “All Of Us Are Dead”

High school is supposed to be some of the best years of your life. Prom. School dances. Sports events. Your teenage years are all about unlocking core memories for you to look back on in the years to come. But what happens when a zombie outbreak becomes one of those memories? For the students ofContinue reading “Why All Of Us Are Tuning Into Netflix’s “All Of Us Are Dead””

The Past Just Can’t Stay Buried In Netflix’s New Horror “Archive 81”

There’s something about recording cherished memories that many people enjoy. Whether that be on their phone or an old camera from the 80’s or 90’s, a video is visual reminder of all the cherished memories that are recorded in the moment. But not everything should be recorded and the past should remain in the past.Continue reading “The Past Just Can’t Stay Buried In Netflix’s New Horror “Archive 81””

Netflix’s “The House” Is As Dark As It Is Weird And Creepy

A house is meant to be a safe space. Whether you’re living alone or with others, your house keeps you warm and comfortable and safe from the dangers outside. Until it doesn’t. Netflix’s The House depicts three surreal tales of comedy mixed with horror that are so bizarre it’ll make your jaw drop. The houseContinue reading “Netflix’s “The House” Is As Dark As It Is Weird And Creepy”

“Fear Street: 1978” Brings Back A Classic Horror Theme

If you recall, last week we covered part one of Netflix’s new ambitious horror trilogy “Fear Street”. While part one took place in 1994, part two is set in 1978 during summer camp (more on that as you read on). If you thought the first movie was spooky, this one definitely up’s the spook factor.Continue reading ““Fear Street: 1978” Brings Back A Classic Horror Theme”

“Fear Street: 1994” Mixes “Stranger Things” With Classic Cult Horror

We all grew up with the Goosebumps books. You remember Say Cheese and Die or The Cuckoo Clock of Doom. But do you remember Fear Street? With more of a teen audience and rated PG, the Netflix series is far from PG and doesn’t necessarily follow the books. While the books didn’t amass as muchContinue reading ““Fear Street: 1994” Mixes “Stranger Things” With Classic Cult Horror”

“Sweet Home” Is The Monster Show Of 2020

On December 18th, Netflix released a new Korean horror/survival titled Sweet Home. I had known nothing prior to the title until I read the synopsis. My mind immediately went “Wait. I know this. I’ve seen this before”. After reading up on it some more, it dawned on me that this new series is based onContinue reading ““Sweet Home” Is The Monster Show Of 2020″

Looking For A Scary Movie This Spooky Season? Say No More. We’ve Got You Covered

It’s that time of year again. Carving pumpkins. Eating candy. Trick or treating (depending on where you live and how strict the COVID rules are). Dressing up. Halloween is by far the most superior holiday. I’ve always loved Halloween and growing up, a huge part of it was watching scary movies throughout the entire month.Continue reading “Looking For A Scary Movie This Spooky Season? Say No More. We’ve Got You Covered”