Leah Williams and Carlos Gómez’s X-Terminators #1 is a delightful dive into the new series by way of a gory girl’s night out.
Reagan Anick reflects on The Brother of All Men #1 and what it has to say about Canada’s tendency to brush our history under the rug.
Revealer, the newest horror comedy offering from Shudder does little to differentiate itself from the rest of its 80s inspired ilk but it does deliver on its promise of revelations – in more ways than one.
James Field’s The Art of the Batman, a behind the scenes look at the film, is out now and our own Reagan Anick had a couple thoughts on it.
Hellbender, out February 24th on Shudder, is the newest film from the Adams family and it feels like exactly the kind of breath of fresh air that horror needs right now.
Mighty Nein Origins: Caleb Widogast is out now and Reagan Anick had some thoughts on it.
We’re joined by Chris Eddleman for the latest guest column of Reagan’s Recs as he digs into the films of Nic Cage.
The final installment of GateCrasher’s favorite reads in 2021, this time from Reagan!
Reagan’s Recs is back with special guest Levi as they recommend some of the strangest films around!
By now, slasher films have become formulaic and predictable, defined by rules in ways that other subgenres of horror tend not to be; in general, slasher films tend to be made up of the same key components; a killer, usually in a mask or some other of costume, stalks his victims; usually, teenagers until only […]