Review: Hour of the Raven (YouTube Series) – Creator Interview

Synopsis:  "Enter the dark world of Ravenloft as a veteran Dungeon Master and horror fan delves into the history, lore and secrets of the D&D Ravenloft Campaign Setting. New episodes every week." Review: First rearing its horrific head in a 1983 adventure module of the same name, the Ravenloft campaign setting for Dungeons and Dragons is … Continue reading Review: Hour of the Raven (YouTube Series) – Creator Interview

Monster of the Week: Judas Breed (Mimic)

Giant roaches that want to eat your face off. If that sounds like the making of a good film, then Guillermo del Toro's 1997 Mimic is something you definitely want to check out. A full-length creature feature about a bio-engineered race of 'roaches', Mimic follows the evolution of these spliced vermin as they climb up … Continue reading Monster of the Week: Judas Breed (Mimic)

Loot of the Week: Kothoga (The Relic)

Part sci-fi, part horror, the story of The Relic's monster begins with an anthropologist returning to civilization after getting a life-altering taste of a South American tribe he was studying. Transformed into the film's titular villain, a part reptilian, part feline, part human hybrid, the Kothoga is certainly terrifying - until its dead and you're … Continue reading Loot of the Week: Kothoga (The Relic)

Monster of the Week: Kothoga (The Relic)

(Featured Image uses art from original Motion Picture The Relic)  They brought it back. Bursting onto the nineties horror movie scene as a full-length creature-feature, the film adaptation of writers Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child's The Relic premiered at a time when horror was slinking along in the distant wake of '80s slasher franchises. Part … Continue reading Monster of the Week: Kothoga (The Relic)

Loot of the Week: Art the Clown

The now infamous jester who debuted in Director Damien Leone’s 2013 All Hallows Eve, a collection of horror shorts. Art left an impression in his low-budget premiere, but it was Leone’s 2017 follow-up full-length feature, Terrifier, where the silent fiend’s sides-splitting antics left  more than a few truly memorable kills beloved by any true horror fan. Provided a party … Continue reading Loot of the Week: Art the Clown