Punish! The ‘Silent Night, Deadly Night’ Films Ranked

To bring in the holidays, I sat through all five Silent Night Deadly Night films. Parts 3-5 were new to me and do not have a nostalgic lense helping them in any way. So what’s the verdict? Let’s examine… #5: Silent Night, Deadly Night 3: Better Watch Out I wouldn’t …

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‘The Bell Keeper’ – Should You Ring The Bell?

A group of friends set out to Bell Lake to film a documentary on the local legend of The Bell Keeper, but they get more than they bargained for when they find out how much truth there is to the legend. The Bell Keeper, directed by Colton Tran, brings together a …

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Review: ‘In The Fire’ Will Make You Contemplate What It Means To Be Evil

Doctor Grace Burnham (Amber Heard) travels to a remote plantation to try and help a boy named Martin Marquez (Lorenzo McGovern Zaini), who the locals claim has supernatural powers granted by the devil. Martin’s widower father, Nicolas (Eduardo Noriega), is trying his best to keep the peace while being torn …

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Small Town Monsters Kicks Off Spooky Season With ‘WEREWOLVES UNEARTHED’

Werewolves Unearthed

Brought to you by 1091 and Small Town Monsters, Werewolves Unearthed sets out to investigate a rash of werewolf and Dogman sightings in the Ohio Valley. The crew sets out to interview witnesses and investigate some of the locations of the sightings in an attempt to make sense of what’s …

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Waxwork Records Strikes Again With Rob Zombie Presents: ‘SPIDER BABY’

Spider Baby

Waxworks Records released their second entry in the Rob Zombie Presents series: Spider Baby. How does the second entry hold up in comparison to the first? Unlike White Zombie, which was a single LP, Spider Baby is a double LP, with each record being a different color. Once again, Graham …

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Is ‘FPS: First Person Shooter’ the Definitive Documentary on the Genre?

The documentary, FPS: First Person Shooter, is a massive four and a half hour documentary on its title subject, but is it the definitive documentary? FPS: First Person Shooter covers everything from the genre’s roots in Maze War in the early 70s to modern gaming. You’ll see a lot of …

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Review: ‘INSIDIOUS: THE RED DOOR’ – A Necessary Sequel?

Insidious: The Red Door

NOTE: This review was generated during the 2023 WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes. Without the labor of the writers and actors currently on strike, this film wouldn’t exist. PopHorror fully supports the WGA and SAG-AFTRA and their efforts. Insidious: The Red Door picks up 9 years after its predecessor with an …

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‘WARHAMMER 40K: BOLTGUN:’ Grab Your Chainsword and Purge the Unclean – Review

Warhammer 40k Boltgun may be one of the best classic Doom homages I’ve ever played, and no, you don’t have to be a Warhammer fan to enjoy it. Much like its predecessor, you have to fight your way through corrupted soldiers and interdimensional Daemons (pretty much the same as demons) …

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Waxwork Records and Rob Zombie Team Up For ‘Rob Zombie Presents’ OST Series

Rob Zombie Presents : White Zombie

Waxwork Records and Rob Zombie have teamed up to bring us the Rob Zombie Presents series of classic horror OSTs. They kicked it off with the classic film White Zombie, , featuring artwork from Graham Humphries. Their first release is really impressive and unique to what you may be used …

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A KILLER’S CONFESSION’s New Music Video Deemed Too Gory By YouTube

A Killer's Confession

Metal band, A Killer’s Confession released a brutal new track titled “Tongue.” Its music video, which is shot like a short horror film, has been deemed too gory for YouTube. The service is restricting the video’s availability in YouTube’s algorithm and slapping a content warning across its thumbnail. The video …

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