★★★★ out of ★★★★★ More often than not the horror story teller is beset with complex stories, radical exposition, and meandering narrative. The horror fan and the horror filmmaker so desperately want to hear and tell a compelling and multi-layered story. But as we all know too well, these stories are overtaken by this well-meaning desire and evolve in to a product so complex that they forget their intended purpose — the SCARES! The prescient and timely The Isolation Horrors is superbly aware of this exposition trap and manages to create an exquisite economy of horror story telling.
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Horror News: The Isolation Horrors (2020)
Have you had enough yet? Did you lose out on the last role of toilet paper? Are you debating the merits of the Exorcist vs. Exorcist III with your cat? Has the isolation started to creep under your skin and in to your psyche? Good! You’re in luck. There’s a new short horror anthology that looks at the dark and horrific side of ISOLATION!
Liz’s Book Report: Growing Things and Other Stories
Whether you’re a new fan or have read all his novels, grab a copy and get tangled up in Growing Things by Paul Tremblay.
Robert’s Review: Dead by Midnight (11pm Central)
★★★3/4 out of ★★★★★
What if Rhonda Shear or Joe Bob Briggs were harbingers of the apocalypse…?
Horror TV News: New horror anthology series from Lena Waithe coming to Amazon
The Emmy-winning writer will be executive producer for the new show.
Horror TV News: Creepshow is back! Exclusively on Shudder.
Brand new Creepshow anthology series coming to Shudder!
Amy’s Review: The Fear Footage (2018)
★★ of ★★★★★
A found footage anthology, complete with a hand-written note of spookiness!
Robert’s Review: Dead List (2018)
★★ out of ★★★★★
“Don’t spend it all in one place” applies to movies, too.
Eric’s Review: Ghost Stories (2018)
★★★★ out of ★★★★★
Directed by Jeremy Dyson and Andy Nyman
A tense and twisty semi-anthology of paranormal de-bunking whose fateful ending makes you rewind the the events of the film when you’re walking out of the theater in this clever British offering.
Eric’s Review: XX (2017)
★★★1/2 Out of ★★★★★
Four uniquely female takes on horror.