Kyle Gerbrant joins in as we review 2020’s Invisible Man.
what she ends up finding is something more sinister than she could ever imagine.… Read More ‘Candyman'(1992)- Wilhelm Screamfest V
After several months of reviews, the long-awaited mashup is here! “Freddy vs. Jason” was teased in “Jason Goes to Hell”, though it sat in the limbo of development hell for quite some time. In one of the rarities of Hollywood, the fans got what they wanted; a bonafide crossover extravaganza. … Read More Friday Night Frights- “Freddy vs. Jason”
After 6 films, the “Nightmare on Elm Street” series has evolved over time from supernatural horror to a comedic slasher. And while Robert Englund’s performance has always been stellar, the kills gags that keep these movies going. With Wes Craven returning to the director’s chair for the first time, “New Nightmare”… Read More Friday Night Frights-‘Wes Craven’s New Nightmare’
For decades, slashers have overrun the horror genre. Whether it’s for revenge or recreation, the killer is the star of the film. One sub-genre that breaks this mold is cult-horror. Having a group as the antagonist adds so much more to the scare factor as the unpredictability of various personalities collide.… Read More ‘Apostle’- Wilhelm Screamfest IV
We learn through the opening of the film that Angela loses her father and brother in a boat accident. Picking up eight years later she is living with her cousin Ricky and aunt. The two set off for camp Arawak. Due to her quiet nature, she’s treated as an outcast… Read More ‘Sleepaway Camp’ Wilhelm Screamfest IV
Maddie Young has proven that the fact she is mute hasn’t stopped her from having a voice. Residing in a somewhat isolated woods, she spends most of her days focusing on her craft as an accomplished writer. One night she encounters a home intruder who stalks from outside her walls. Being… Read More ‘Hush’- Wilhelm Screamfest IV