Featured Horror Movies like Witchblade - The Complete Series, 976-EVIL, Secret Window, Curse of Chucky, Halloween 3: Season of the Witch, Buffy the Vampire Slayer - Season 6, Lucky, Hide And Go Kill 2, Just Before Dawn, Leprechaun

  • Witchblade - The Complete Series (2001)
    Witchblade - The Complete Series

    Review: Witchblade TV series was one of those TNT TV series that you didn't watch but wish you did. The series required a regular viewing to keep up with the story and upon watching the two season series after it came out on DVD and was already cancelled; I found myself wishing they continued the series. I loved season 1 but found season 2 lacking in a lot of what made season 1 so good. With all the reboots going around, let's see if this gets revamped and picked up again.

  • 976-EVIL (1988)

    Review: A high-tech horror about what if you can call the Devil on the phone. He can grant you your wildest dreams. However, what happens when it’s time to pay him back? Wierd ending though.

  • Secret Window (2004)
    Secret Window

    Review: This is one of those Stephen King movies that are transitioned well from book to movie. Secret Window was masterfully done and Johnny Depp is becoming one of the rare actors that you can always rely on for a good movie both story-line wise and acting as well. The story sets you up thinking one thing but thanks to Stephen King, drops you in a completely different zone. The characters are well set up. I also loved how the story unfolds slowly while keeping you guessing every step of the way. I will definitely recommend this to anyone. I was…

  • Curse of Chucky (2013)
    Curse of Chucky

    Review: THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS My expectations was not high for Curse of Chucky. I do love Chucky and his movies but my expectation was low mainly because it is known for Chucky to kill people. Director Don Mancini (Seed of Chucky) did an amazing job with Curse of Chucky. This movie contains gore, decapitation, suspense, jump out of your seat scenes, electrocutions, empty eyeball socket, eyeball rolling down the stairs and some twists that are very interesting. Nica (Fiona Dourif) played her role very well in Curse of Chucky. I believe she was the best actress in this movie. I…

  • Halloween 3: Season of the Witch (1982)
    Halloween 3: Season of the Witch

    Review: Oddly enough, Carpenter and Hill decided to take the storyline of the Halloween series in another direction with this tepid third entry. Dan O'Herlihy makes masks that make disturbing things happen to the people wearing them (a boy's head explodes in a shower of various bugs). Tom Atkins finds out the masks have exploding devices that will detonate while watching a specific television commercial on Halloween night, and sets out to stop the evil plot. While this movie does have it's moments, it's a far cry from the previous flicks involving Michael Myers. Thankfully, the series returned to that storyline…

  • Buffy the Vampire Slayer - Season 6 (2002)
    Buffy the Vampire Slayer  - Season 6

    Review: Various.

  • Lucky (2004)

    Review: I gave a three for great efforts... I fully believe there could have been much more to the plot, the acting, more action, more gore, more comedy... it's very lacking. I personally love stupid, campy horror movies... i love dark humor... i even love most horror films which try to give an intelligent humor... this was none of those things and not "scary" or "creepy" enough to be a horror movie beyond those things. I believe I own over 400 horror/thriller/gore/b-horror movies... this one I purchased knowing it would be a great addition. 3 of my campy horror movie night…

  • Hide And Go Kill 2 (2009)
    Hide And Go Kill 2

    Review: When Ritsuko disappears, her friend Ryoko discovers that she was playing a strange online game of hide and seek. She begins to wonder if it could be related to her disappearance somehow. Ryoko then discovers that the game is more sinister than it appeared at first. It is linked to demonology and the supernatural. Will she be able to get past her fears and superstitions to discover what secrets the game might hold?

  • Just Before Dawn (1981)
    Just Before Dawn

    Review: Five youths set out for a weekend camping excursion, to drink, frolic and skinny-dip on an isolated piece of land one of them has inherited. Despite ominous warnings of local forest Rangers, strange backwoods families and a hollering drunken hunter claiming to have witnessed his friends’ evisceration by the hands of "DEMONS", they trek farther into the foliage. Beautifully shot, extremely eerie, featuring the most demented murderer since Jason Voorhees, and a horrifying twist that will make you wonder...Will any of them survive those dark hours JUST BEFORE DAWN?

  • Leprechaun (1998)

    Review: A horrific leprechaun (Warwick Davis) goes on a rampage after his precious bag of gold coins is stolen. He uses all of his magical destructive powers to trick terrorize and kill anyone who is unlucky enough to hinder his relentless search. In a frantic attempt to survive the wrath of the Leprechaun Tori (Jennifer Aniston) and her friends scramble to find the only weapon known to kill this Irish monster... a four leaf clover. However until they discover a four-leaf clover or return all the gold taken from the rainbows end their fairy tale nightmare has only just begun.Starring: Warwick…