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[TV Review] “Legion” Season 2 Premiere Builds a Maze of Crazy!

by We Love Horror
Television’s most ambitious and impressive genre series returns like a bolt of electricity to the brain and sets the scene for a crazy sophomore season!  “You’re inside the maze now. You cannot escape. Welcome to madness.” Are we the butterfly that dreams that he’s actually a man, or are we the man who dreams that he’s a butterfly? Legion doesn’t want you to know the answer, but it does want you to get lost in the process and adopt a new perspective. There are a lot of ways to begin a new season of a series, but Legion most importantly [...]

Before ‘Pacific Rim’ There Was Stuart Gordon’s ‘Robot Jox’!

by We Love Horror
This past weekend, the sequel to Guillermo del Toro’s 2013 flick, Pacific Rim, made its way to theaters. Despite finally dethroning Black Panther from the top spot, Pacific Rim: Uprising brought in around $28 million domestic. Granted, it’s already proving itself to be a juggernaut over in China where it was quite literally “engineered” to succeed. That was a Universal exec’s word, not mine. Long before del Toro brought the crumbling world of Jaegers and Kaiju (not the rubber suited variety) to screens, a little movie from Empire Pictures had already brought the image of awe-inspiring, human controlled battle mechs to theaters. Since that [...]

10 Unconventional Zombie Movies!

by We Love Horror
George A. Romero forever changed the way cinema handled zombies with Night of the Living Dead, and the zombie sub-genre spent the subsequent decades emulating the rules and formula he’d created. To the point where most zombie releases tend to be met with groans, having long since become a bit stale and repetitive. But, like most sub-genres of horror that have waned in popularity, all it takes is one innovative twist to breathe new life into the undead. Take 2016’s Train to Busan, a zombie outbreak film set mostly on a train and with a ton of heart. Or Irish [...]

Before Slender Man and CreepyPastas There Was ‘Ted the Caver’!

by We Love Horror
I’ve always been fascinated by early-internet horror. Before the rise of Slender Man, Creepypastas, and spooky YouTube videos, most people got their occasional dose of online scares from quirky flash games or viral e-mails spreading updated versions of familiar urban legends. However, that would all change in 2001, as the internet would be graced with an iconic scary story that would inspire many more to come, a tale that we now know as the infamous Ted the Caver. In a time preceding the popularization of MySpace (or even the invention of Facebook, for that matter), customizable web pages were all the [...]

[SXSW Review] Suspenseful ‘A Quiet Place’ Delivers Monster-filled Mayhem!

by We Love Horror
Though it hasn’t happened too often in the past 25 years of its run, it’s always a pleasant surprise to see a highly anticipated horror flick kicking off the Film Track of the SXSW Conference. As the last film to do so was the rollicking The Cabin in the Woods five years ago, it would stand to say that John Krasinski‘s A Quiet Place had some high-energy shoes to fill this year. Luckily for festival-goers, Krasinski’s film is a thoroughly entertaining and surprisingly heartfelt thrill ride worthy of its highly publicized opening night slot. A Quiet Place tells the story of a family living [...]

Intro to Spanish Horror: 5 Must See Horror Films!

by We Love Horror
With Paco Plaza’s Veronica taking Netflix by storm, and many touting it to be one of the most terrifying film in years, it’s time to highlight that Spain has been responsible for some of the scariest horror films for a while now. When it comes to foreign horror the explosive wave of brutal films that emerged from France in the early 2000s, often referred to as New French Extremity, made the rest of the world take notice with films like Inside, High Tension, Martyrs, and so much more. The wave emerged as the boom of J-horror began to wane. Between [...]

[Review] ‘The Strangers: Prey At Night’ Is a Relentless, Next Level Stalker Sequel!

by We Love Horror
The Strangers: Prey at Night will surely please fans of the original home invasion shocker. It will possibly please fans of director Johannes Roberts more. The same relentless thrills he got out of Mandy Moore and Claire Holt in a shark cage in 47 Meters Down now come with human killers. Cindy (Christina Hendricks) and Mike (Martin Henderson) take their kids Luke (Lewis Pullman) and Kinsey (Bailee Madison) to visit their aunt and uncle for one last family trip before Kinsey goes off to boarding school (grudgingly). It turns out the trailer park campsite is the latest stalking ground for [...]

[It Came From the ‘80s] The DIY Carnage of ‘The Deadly Spawn’

by We Love Horror
With horror industry heavy hitters already in place from the 1970s, the 1980s built upon that with the rise of brilliant minds in makeup and effects artists, as well as advances in technology. Artists like Rick Baker, Rob Bottin, Alec Gillis, Tom Woodruff Jr., Tom Savini, Stan Winston, and countless other artists that delivered groundbreaking, mind-blowing practical effects that ushered in the pre-CGI Golden Age of Cinema. Which meant a glorious glut of creatures in horror. More than just a technical marvel, the creatures on display in ‘80s horror meant tangible texture that still holds up decades later. Grotesque slimy skin [...]

[Butcher Block] Godfather of Gore Lucio Fulci’s ‘The Beyond’

by We Love Horror
Butcher Block is a weekly series celebrating horror’s most extreme films and the minds behind them. Dedicated to graphic gore and splatter, each week will explore the dark, the disturbed, and the depraved in horror, and the blood and guts involved. For the films that use special effects of gore as an art form, and the fans that revel in the carnage, this series is for you. Herschell Gordon Lewis may be known as the Godfather of Gore, but it’s a title that he shares with one other; Italian gore master Lucio Fulci. With over 50 films in his filmography ranging from [...]

[It Came From the ’80s] Belial is a Total ‘Basket Case’

by We Love Horror
With horror industry heavy hitters already in place from the 1970s, the 1980s built upon that with the rise of brilliant minds in makeup and effects artists, as well as advances in technology. Artists like Rick Baker, Rob Bottin, Alec Gillis, Tom Woodruff Jr., Tom Savini, Stan Winston, and countless other artists that delivered groundbreaking, mind-blowing practical effects that ushered in the pre-CGI Golden Age of Cinema. Which meant a glorious glut of creatures in horror. More than just a technical marvel, the creatures on display in ‘80s horror meant tangible texture that still holds up decades later. Grotesque slimy [...]