Blind Spot 10: Bride of Frankenstein (1935), dir. James Whale

Being October, the pick for the Blind Spot Series could only be a horror movie. Here's what I thought of the classic Bride of Frankenstein (1935).

Technology in Horror Movies · TMP

In this week's Thursday Movie Picks: Halloween Special, the theme is technology in horror movies.

Review | The Nun (2018), dir. Corin Hardy

A new chapter of the Conjuring is out, and it was one of my most anticipated movies of the year: The Nun (2018). Yet it also proved to be the most disappointing so far.

Review | A Quiet Place (2018), dir. John Krasinski

In John Krasinski's horror debut, a family has to be completely silent in order to survive. With a strong emotional core and a few effective jump scares, there's good chance you'll scream as much as you will cry watching A Quiet Place (2018).

TMP: Top 5 Horror TV Shows of All-Time

In this week's feature topic, we look at the best horror television has to offer. If we're picking favourites, these shows are it. Honourable mentions include Stranger Things, True Blood, American Horror Story, Supernatural, and Bates Motel. Read more to find out which shows made the top 5!
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TMP: 3 Body Horror Movies to Never See Again

A quick look at three unwatchable movies that are not for the faint of heart. In this week’s Thursday Movie Picks we dive into Body Horror, a subgenre of horror films that focuses on body disintegration, deformation, mutilation… you get the picture. Read on, if you can stomach it.

RW: Do They Ever Return to Possess The Living?

In this weekly recap you'll find the new edition of October Horror, thoughts on The Exorcist's second season, a directorial debut, and more!