Channel Zero: Butcher’s Block (2018) TV Review



Channel Zero: Butcher’s Block, Season 3 of the Channel Zero series, introduces viewers to Alice and Zoe Woods, sisters that unknowingly move to an area that is targeted by the Peaches, a family of cannibals.

Please note that the following review contains spoilers.

Review of Channel Zero: Butcher’s Block

Dissimilar to the first (Candle Cove) and second (No-End House) seasons of the series, Channel Zero: Butcher’s Block is inherently more disturbing and graphic throughout the course of the six-episode third season.…

Better Watch Out (2016) Film Review



Chris Peckover’s horror film, Better Watch Out, centers around Ashley (Olivia DeJonge), who agrees to babysit 12-year-old Luke (Levi Miller) and his delinquent friend, Garrett (Ed Oxenbould), unaware of the non-holiday-related chaos that is about to ensue.

Please note that the following review contains spoilers.

Review of Better Watch Out

Despite its intentionally deceptive advertisement as a home-invasion horror film, viewers soon become aware that there is only one true antagonist in Better Watch Out, and he is already inside.…

Channel Zero: No-End House (2017) TV Review

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Channel Zero: No-End House prompts viewers to acknowledge the darker parts of human life that they would rather [ironically] forget.

Season 2 of Syfy’s Channel Zero, a Creepypasta-based horror anthology series, centers around Margot (Amy Forsyth), a young woman that has been traumatized by memories of her father’s death.…

Slasher: Guilty Party (2017) TV Review



Slasher: Guilty Party is the second season of Slasher, a Canadian horror anthology series created by Aaron Martin.

Despite Slasher previously airing on the soon-to-be-defunct network, Chiller, it has since become a Netflix original series.

Season 2 follows the events that occur at a summer-camp-turned-commune after five former camp counselors return to recover the body that they left behind five years earlier.…

Creep 2 (2017) Film Review



On October 6, 2017, Patrick Brice’s Creep 2 was digitally released to the public.

The film, Creep 2, is a sequel to the 2014 film, Creep, although viewers do not have to be familiar with its predecessor in order to adequately view it.

Please note that the following review contains spoilers.…