Showcasing the best and worst of horror and geek culture.

‘Krampus’ (2015) Film Review

Rated PG-13 98 min. Directed by Michael Dougherty Starring: Adam Scott, Toni Collette, David Koechner, Allison Tolman & Emjay Anthony While most oftenly associated with Halloween, the horror film genre has a long history of taking on various holidays and injecting them with a little terror. Christmas is no exception, and while Gremlins, Black Christmas and […]

‘Halo 5: Guardians’ Video Game Review

Well, it’s finally here. Microsoft’s flagship video game franchise finally has its own entry in the Xbox One catalog, nearly two years after its release. Halo 5: Guardians has landed, and with it comes Master Chief along with some old friends and new. Now some of you might be wondering, “how does this one compare […]

‘Batman: Arkham Knight’ (2015) Video Game Review

Rocksteady Studios has finally released the final installment of their Arkham series, a collection of video games centered around the Dark Knight himself, Batman. Batman: Arkham Knight is the fourth game in the franchise and a direct sequel to its predecessor, the smash hit Batman: Arkham City, which itself was a follow-up to Arkham Asylum, the first […]

Classic Horror Review: An American Werewolf in London (1981)

Rated R 97 min. Written & Directed by: John Landis A review written by our newest contributor, Jeremy Mullin I’m a big fan of werewolf movies. I’ve always been drawn to the idea of a man who changes, often against his will, into a monstrous, wolf-like creature, haunted by the deaths he’s caused and struggling […]

“The House That Drips Blood On Alex” Video Review

Here is a video review of The House that Drips Blood on Alex by Dr. Morbid circa 2011. Until recently it was forgotten, but in lieu of Kyle’s passing, some videos were uncovered and there will be more posts when videos/footage become available. Stay Tuned! – Nathan Jacquard, Morbidly Amusing Films

‘The Walking Dead’ Season 4 Finale – Grade “A” Review = Rick Grimes Goes on a Tear

Season 4 of The Walking Dead has gone by and we are left with more questions and less answers. This season has been a whirlwind experience for fans of the series, as the first half of the season culminated with The Governor annihilating the prison, sending the remaining survivors on the road to fend for […]

Devils Pass (2013) Review

  Devils Pass follows a team of 5 American college students in search of answers about the mysterious death of a group of nine Russians in the 50’s. The team travels to the Ural Mountains in Russia to document what they find. Good: -Cool concept -Like winter/cold setting Bad: -Shit characters -so/so effects Found Footage […]

Return To Nuke ‘Em High: Volume 1 (2013) Review

   Unrated 85 mins. Written by: Travis Campbell, Derek Dressler & Lloyd Kaufman Directed by: Lloyd Kaufman . Class of Nuke ‘Em High was a 1986 horror/comedy film that had two lackluster sequels, one in 1991 and one in 1994. Troma, the independent film production company that has been around for 30 years and counting, is […]

Mortal Kombat: Legacy – Season 2 (2013) Review

Series Directed by: Kevin Tancharoen Mortal Kombat was one of the most controversial video games ever released.  The 1995 feature film based on the video game, while entertaining during my childhood, was missing something.  The mixture of a PG-13 rating and characters that weren’t fleshed out besides the three main characters had something to do with […]

R.I.P.D. (2013) Review

Rated PG-13 96 minutes. Written by: Phil Hay, Matt Manfredi Directed by: Robert Schwentke Based on the Dark Horse comic Rest In Peace Department comes R.I.P.D., which follows a newly deceased police officer, Nick Walker, played by Ryan Reynolds.  He is betrayed by his partner, Kevin Bacon,  and is sent  packing into the afterlife, which just so […]