The Craft meets The Skulls in this supernatural teen drama: The Covenant is a clumsy attempt at blending the most popular tropes of the YA-genre and pairs sloppy writing with poor acting. But it’s one of those films that is so bad it’s actually really entertaining. Advertisements
If you enjoy watching women beat the crap out of people, Pride and Prejudice & Zombies is the perfect film for you. The big screen adaptation of Seth Grahame-Smith’s parody novel takes Jane Austen’s message about women’s independence and empowerment to a whole new level…
Love is a Monster. But the little known fantasy romance Spring is here to remind you that sometimes you find someone who will make the horror of falling in love bearable. And Nadia Hilker’s performance makes even the scariest parts of this unconventional love story worthwhile.
Happy Halloween! If you’re still undecided about how to best honour the night of the living dead, here are a few suggestions from popular TV shows of the last 20 years. And yes, putting Sabrina first was a conscious decision.
Frankly, I’m a huge chicken when it comes to horror films. So I asked some of my steel-nerved friends to recommend their favourite Halloween Picks for you (some of which are pretty niche, too). Enjoy getting the living crap scared out of you!
If you were one of those teens who had sleep-over Scream Marathons because they thought it was cool to laugh at their friends when they were too afraid to go to the bathroom by themselves in the middle of the night, Scream Queens is for you. Here are 5 Reasons why you should watch Ryan Murphy’s star-studded … More Mean Girls meets Scream: 5 Reasons to watch Scream Queens
It’s been 10 years since I watched The Ring for the first time and I’m still petrified every time I think about it when I’m by myself at night. This iconic horror movie tells the whispered tale of a nightmarish videotape that causes anyone who watches it to die seven days later. Suffer the creepy … More The Ring: Bring on the Nightmares