By now any genre film fan knows you’re not safe anywhere. You can also raise a guess that if you decide to go camping, especially in the remote outdoors, you’re probably going to end up dead. Or at least wish you were.
The fascination with old and dilapidated houses is one that has endured. Regardless of any known hauntings, there’s just something about the isolation, the history left behind, and the time it has seen. In Lavender, theses houses are described as “epitaphs” – a looming reminder of what has existed and what is left.
It’s a common desire of horror heads to want to find themselves in the middle of an actual horror movie—the tension, the frights, the validation of your knowledge of tropes and jump scares proving to be most important assets to your survival...Well, FEAR, INC. is your movie.
The anticipation of the female driven anthology XX buzzed for quite a while before it was released. Riddled with rumors of cancellation and departures, the four-short anthology finally arrived with two big names and most of its hype intact.
Every year the BGH crew selects their picks for best and worst horror films of that year. Stay tuned toward the end of the year for our infallible consensus for the best and worst of the year, compiled by our very own genre mega-scholar Jonathan Schnaars.