Posts Tagged ‘horror’

Why You Need to Watch Santa Clarita Diet Right NOW!

by Hannah Broadbenton February 13, 2017
If you haven’t watched Netflix’s new show Santa Clarita Diet yet, what have you been doing with your life? There’s only 10 episodes so far, that are each 30 minutes long. You can definitely binge this show! Hands down this is the best horror-comedy show to come to Netflix in a long time. If you still aren’t […]

Black Fawn’s ‘The Heretics’ Looks Beautifully Disturbing

by Jeff Fountainon February 3, 2017
Chad Archibald’s The Heretics features a young girl who is abducted by a man, after he claims that a cult is hunting her. His goal is to protect her until sunrise but while restrained, the young girl falls deathly ill. While her friends and family search for her, the source of her illness becomes more […]


Movie Review: All Through the House

by Jeff Fountainon December 7, 2016
Even though the horror genre is no stranger to the Christmas season, it has been awhile since a full blooded slasher has come around to carve up more than the Christmas turkey. With no apologies whatsoever, ‘All Through the House’ is gleeful and deranged gore fest, full of blood, inventive kills and a masked Santa […]

Movie Review: Holy Hell

by Jeff Fountainon November 21, 2016
Grindhouse, exploitation, gore fest, whatever you want to call it, ‘Holy Hell’ is bloody AND funny and completely in your face from start to finish, making no apologies for what it is as it speeds its way to the finish in a shower of blood and mayhem. Writer/director/actor Ryan LaPlante obviously has a plan that […]


Movie Review: Capture Kill Release

by Jeff Fountainon November 19, 2016
At first glance, ‘Capture Kill Release’ seems to be a mash up of torture porn and a sort of first person POV movie. Neither of these seem to be welcome genres these days so my first thought was they had their work cut out for them right from the opening scene. However, this peek at […]

Movie Review ‘Let Her Out’: A Disturbing and Delightful Slow Burn

by Jeff Fountainon October 16, 2016
Toronto After Dark Film Festival 2016 In the world of indie horror, Black Fawn has carved out a nice little niche for themselves with numerous films filled with monsters, blood and gore. However, in what might be their best film to date, ‘Let Her Out’ explores the battle between two siblings, the twist being they […]


American Horror Story Chapter Four Review: Man Pigs, Blood and Gore

by Jeff Fountainon October 6, 2016
I’ll say this for American Horror Story, when it’s time to bring out the blood it does so by the bucketful. This was by far the goriest and most disturbing episode of the year but at the same time, also the most informative. We found out a lot about certain characters and the charming area […]

Director Chad Archibald and Actor Elma Begovic Talk All Things ‘Bite’ at Fan Expo Canada

by Jeff Fountainon September 20, 2016
Fresh off a successful festival run, ‘Bite’ has now been released on DVD and Blu-ray in major retailers across Canada. Recently, we had a chance to talk with Chad and Elma while they were at Fan Expo Canada in Toronto about the movie and their experiences on set. So where did the idea for Bite […]


‘Amityville Horror’ meets ‘Blair Witch’ in Season Six Premiere of American Horror Story

by Jeff Fountainon September 15, 2016
The sixth season of AHS is called ‘My Roanoke Nightmare’ and while deviating from its usual format was nice to see, this was a strange premiere in both the setup and content. I’m not quite sure where they are going to take this season after watching the first episode but it definitely had moments that […]

An “American Horror Story” with Naomi Grossman at Fan Expo Canada

by Jeff Fountainon September 8, 2016
Best known for her role as Pepper in two different seasons of American Horror Story, Naomi Grossman career has included writing, producing and being part of the improvisational and sketch comedy troupe The Groundlings. Recently we had the chance to talk with her during a media round table while she was at Fan Expo Canada […]