The Conjuring 2

By Eric Johnson. If you enjoyed the first movie, The Conjuring (2013), you will enjoy this one as well. The Conjuring 2 (2016) takes place in London where Ed and Lorraine Continue Reading →

The Strangers

By Eric Johnson. The Strangers is filled with horror movie clichés, from the antagonists wearing masks, to the protagonists lack of competent decisions. Like they say though, if it’s not Continue Reading →


By Debbie Elicksen. Director Mathieu Kassovitz opens the suspense thriller Gothika (2003) with great optics with Halle Berry‘s (Miranda Grey) opening prison walk. Pre-order Zero Escape 3 today at Available 12/31/2016. Continue Reading →

American Psycho

By Debbie Elicksen. Christian Bale is perfectly cast in American Psycho (2000), written and directed by Mary Harron (also written with Guinevere Turner). The screenplay was adapted from the novel by Continue Reading →

Hush … Hush, Sweet Charlotte

By Debbie Elicksen. Directed by Robert Aldrich and written by Henry Farrell, the 1964 psychological thriller Hush … Hush, Sweet Charlotte is a must-see, in my opinion.   During a party at Continue Reading →

Whatever Happened To Baby Jane?

By Debbie Elicksen. Whatever Happened To Baby Jane? (1962) was written by Henry Farrell and Lukas Heller, and was directed by Robert Aldrich. It is a classic psychological horror about Continue Reading →

Horrors of the Black Museum

By Debbie Elicksen. The 1959 Horrors of the Black Museum is a great classic horror film that was pretty gruesome for its day. It was produced in Eastman Color and Continue Reading →

Two On A Guillotine

By Debbie Elicksen. There is something about horror flicks from the 1960s and 1970s, before CGI and realism, when it was the suspense of the drama that pulled you through Continue Reading →

Phantom of the Opera

By Debbie Elicksen. There have been numerous film adaptations of the original silent movie Phantom of the Opera (1925, starring Lon Chaney Sr and Mary Filbin) of the same name. Prior to Continue Reading →

FX, HBO and ABC Shake Up TV with Anthology Format

By Debbie Elicksen While it seems new and refreshing, anthologies are really not new to the television domain. Past productions have been focused mostly on the mystery/horror/science fiction genres and Continue Reading →