During the early 1980s, primitive home computers were presented as having almost limitless capacities.You remember the ones: green text on a black screen with the kind of graphics that made Ceefax seem positively futuristic. Whether it was kids embroiled in high-tech nuclear war (War Games) or adolescents of a hornier persuasion manufacturing beautiful women in their bedrooms (Weird Science), computers were God-like in their powers, and with only a modicum of tech skills average schmoes the world over were capable of redefining the laws of physics.
Pulse-pounding action and spine-chilling thrills put the bite into this sci-fi shocker Man’s Best Friend starring Ally Sheedy (X-Men: Apocalypse, The Breakfast Club) and Lance Henriksen (Pumpkinhead, Aliens). When an ambitious news journalist (Sheedy) breaks into a genetic research facility, she uncovers the biggest story of her career and unleashes the lab’s most dangerous experiment: […]
Scott Derrickson’s SINISTER is more than creepy, it’s an unsettling collision of the Gothic past and a modern world.
Despite what some misinformed publications may have claimed, 2018 was a fantastic year for horror. From Halloween to Hereditary, there’s no denying that the genre is kicking both financial and critical ass on the big screen. Luckily for us gore-hounds, the same can also be said for horror on Television, as this year we’ve had […]
One of the most memorable lines in Shudder’s Horror Noire: A History of Black Horror is that for black people American history, in general, has been one long horror movie. As a result, the few African American horror movies which do get made often attain a timeless feel through the sad reality that the race […]