By Chris Sawin - We have had a Star Wars film every year since 2015 and with every year that passes another part of the already dwindling fan in me dies a bit more upon each film’s release. While it’s nowhere near as bad as getting four to five
Remembering pioneers of the horror genre
By Dr. Joel Lopez - Dismember Me?! Is my way of remembering the first ones, the trailblazers, the people that brought the Horror into the biggest media it could ever be, yes, film. It is important to remember that fear and horror have been and
Tod Browning's freak show
Ivan Starostenko - At the age of sixteen, Tod Browning ran away from home and joined the traveling circus, which featured various shocking numbers. Browning himself was known in the circus as "the living corpse" - he buried himself inside the box for several hours. Working in the
The Grindhouse of Today
Chris Woods interview. Pushing the boundaries of sex and gore in underground horror.
12/10/2017 - Exploitation films of the 1960's, 70's and up until the 80's featured waton nudity and graphic realistic violence. Then the 90's came along, and with access to cheap equipment hard core horror filmmakers
The Howling: Five Different Kinds of Bad
By Evan Purcell - If someone asks me which horror franchise is the best choice for a movie marathon, my answer might surprise you. It’s not Friday the 13th. It’s not Halloween. It’s The Howling.
1981’s The Howling is a ridiculously satisfying horror-comedy from director
A New Galaxy
Landlines and pay phones, made way for cellular phones. Cellular phones fell back into the shadow of smart phones. Star Wars: The Last Jedi will hit theaters, worldwide, on December 15, 2017. The movie’s approach is not a bad thing, but it is a different movie experience for
Nintendo's Fun Can Be A Nightmare
Nintendo's The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has many secrets. It offers a bevy of challenges. I did not know a higher level of challenge now represents Nintendo’s standard over all of their games, at least in my opinion. Follow a pattern.
Happy Death Day
Loving the Premise, Liking the Movie
By Evan Purcell - The new horror-comedy film Happy Death Day instilled a very powerful emotion in me: disappointment. I was so disappointed in the film, in fact, that I had to wait a few days to truly process my feelings. In case
12/2/2017, By James Garibay - Horror is a genre that continues to evolve, desensitize, and occasionally offend. Before we had the luxury of movies, the genre was that of dark tales and folklore. Reading and listening can be more terrifying because it allows you to create your own scary world
11/28/2017 - By Tanner Banks, Nick Mead, better known by his handle on Twitch and YouTube as EatMyDiction keeps his hundreds of thousands of followers in stitches between his angry tirades and drunken escapades. He took the time out of his schedule to come and talk to us at Slickster