TV reviews for horror aficionados; from vampire slayers to streamable spooks, explore horror-inducing television series from the discomfort of your living room.
The Unseen Santa
'Twas the night before Christmas, and all through the house, not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse. The stockings were hung by the chimney with care, in hopes that St. Nicholas soon would be there. Little did the Thompson family know that this Christmas Eve would be unlike any other.
The Crimson Aurora
Beneath a sky ablaze with the ethereal brushstrokes of the Northern Lights, a hush fell over Reindeer Hill. The snow muffled every footfall, the wind held its breath, and even the ever-present jingle of silver bells seemed to dim. Ten-year-old Elara, bundled in layers against the arctic bite, watched from her hidden perch behind a towering spruce, her heart a frantic drum against her ribs.
"Lapse" Short Film Completes Production, Set to Thrill Audiences on the 2024 Festival Circuit
The highly anticipated horror short film "Lapse," directed by Katie Colwell, is set to make its debut on the 2024 festival circuit. Known for her expertise in visual storytelling and her background as a former competitive swimmer, Colwell takes audiences on a chilling journey through the depths of psychological horror in this suspenseful cinematic piece. The film has a run time of six minutes and fifty-four seconds.
Harvest of Shadows: Unveiling the Cursed Legacy
In the heart of a secluded village nestled between dense forests and rolling hills, the air buzzed with anticipation as the annual harvest festival approached. Villagers eagerly prepared for the grand event, adorning the town square with vibrant decorations and setting up stalls with local delicacies. Little did they know that this year's celebration would unleash a nightmare that had long been confined to the shadows—the Curse of the Harvest Festival.
Police say many people were killed
In the wake of an appalling shooting at the University of Nevada, the campus found itself engulfed in an unprecedented wave of chaos and fear, prompting an urgent and somber NBC News special report, with seasoned anchor Lester Holt at the helm. As Holt took to the airwaves, the gravity of the situation became all too apparent - multiple fatalities had occurred, including the death of the suspected shooter, casting a somber pall over the entire university community.
Haunted Bhangarh Fort
Bhangarh Fort, situated in the Alwar district of Rajasthan, India, has earned a notorious reputation as one of the most haunted places in the country. This ancient fort, surrounded by lush greenery and the Aravalli Range, has captured the imagination of locals and tourists alike, drawing both thrill-seekers and paranormal enthusiasts. The eerie stories and legends associated with Bhangarh Fort have become deeply ingrained in the cultural fabric of the region, adding an air of mystery to its already intriguing historical significance.
The Cursed Quest
In the heart of 18th century India, a period shrouded in mystery and intrigue, treasure hunting was not merely an adventurous pursuit—it was a perilous journey through uncharted territories, haunted by supernatural forces. The vast landscape of the Indian subcontinent held treasures untold, tempting intrepid souls to embark on quests that blended the allure of wealth with the chill of the unknown.
Reviewing a Hat Trick of Villainesses from "Creepshow" Episode 4.03
I have never seen the original Creepshow film, but I'm definitely familiar with the film. This whole phenomenon all started back in 1982 with the anthology film, and we have horror masters George A. Romero and Stephen King to thank for this. The movie spawned two sequels, with the second film coming out in 1987, while the third was released in 2007, 20 years after the second film. It also spawned a spinoff series that we're all familiar with: Tales from the Darkside.
Friday the Thirteenth: The Series "Helloween"
Note: The following review contains spoilers. This morning I awoke, as per usual, at around five thirty, rolled out of bed, read for a few minutes, drank some decaffeinated coffee, and signed into my telephone job. While alternating between waiting for calls and drawing macabre faces with my charcoal pencils, I watched an episode of "Friday the Thirteenth: The Series" (which, by the way, has nothing to do with Friday the Thirteenth: The Movies) which was particularly memorable, as it was short on brains but high on shlock entertainment value.
Why Hotstar Horror Movies Are A Top Pick: Top 5 Horror Movies on Hotstar
1. "The Haunting of Bly Manor" This series, a follow-up to "The Haunting of Hill House," offers a haunting narrative of love, loss, and supernatural occurrences. Set in an English manor, it weaves an intricate tale that keeps viewers on the edge of their seats.
"Eclipsed Legacies: Unveiling the Secrets of Ravenscroft Manor"
The wind whispered through the ancient oaks that surrounded the imposing mansion known as Ravenscroft Manor. Its ivy-covered walls stood tall and ominous, casting long shadows under the silvery glow of the moon. The mansion seemed to creak with the weight of its own history, a history that reached back through generations. It was a place that harbored secrets, and within its walls, a nursery bore witness to a chilling tale that defied the boundaries of the living and the dead.
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Stephen King’s “It”: Impact of a Legend
On this day 33 years ago in 1990, the television network CBS premiered the film It, based on the 1986 Stephen King novel of the same name. The film would no doubt become one of the most influential horror films of all time due to its uniquely imaginative and disturbing psychological take on primal fear and what happens when it is unearthed.