Tag: Horror

<i>The Nun</i> Probably Should Have Stayed in the Convent

The Nun Probably Should Have Stayed in the Convent


The Conjuring universe is an anomaly when it comes to modern horror movie franchises. While horror movies usually go downhill from the second installment on, The Conjuring franchise has not only found great commercial success with all of its entries, but most of them have also been critically well-received, with the exceptions of the first…

The <i>Voice</i>‘s Favorite Halloween Films

The Voice‘s Favorite Halloween Films


Just in time for Halloween, we assemble the team in the name of all that is ~spooky~ to bring you the best and ~spookiest~ that haunting and horror cinema has to offer. The Corpse Bride (2005) The Corpse Bride was one of those movies that seriously scarred me as a child. Between the bony physiques,…

A Case for the Classics: <i>The Texas Chain Saw Massacre</i>

A Case for the Classics: The Texas Chain Saw Massacre


It’s Halloween season! This is the season in which everyone loves to gather around, dress up in costumes, trick-or-treat, and watch some classic Halloween movies—Halloween, A Nightmare on Elm Street, and Halloweentown (because that is a classic), to name a few. But, I would argue that there is one movie that should, and must, be…

Don’t Accept This <i>Friend Request</i>

Don’t Accept This Friend Request


It’s a great time to be a fan of horror movies. The past five years have seen mainstream hits like The Conjuring franchise that has combined critical and commercial success, along with smaller, high-quality thrillers like The Babadook or The Witch. And it would be remiss not to mention the smash-hit Get Out, which combined…

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