Tag Archive for Horror,

Review: The Void (2017)

Like otherworldly and filled-to-the-brim-with-madness horror movies? You should probably check out The Void then, the newest sci-fi horror story told by Jeremy Gillepsie and Steven Kostanski. Like what you see? Be sure to also visit Pissed Off Geek too for more news and reviews with a horrific edge. To stay up to date with the…

Review: The Windmill (2016)

Set in Holland, this slash and dash flick is yet another sinners-get-punished romp through cultural cliches, clockwork kills, and warped faced killers. Good choice, Netflix. Like what you see? Be sure to also visit Pissed Off Geek too for more news and reviews with a horrific edge. To stay up to date with the latest…

Review: The Blackcoat’s Daughter (2017)

Finally available for audiences nationwide, The Blackcoat’s Daughter can now be properly recognized as an arresting and perturbing piece of horror artistry.  Like what you see? Be sure to also visit Pissed Off Geek too for more news and reviews with a horrific edge. To stay up to date with the latest horror news and…

Review: The Beaster Bunny! (2017)

Don’t put all your Easter eggs in your basket and run for your lives as The Beaster Bunny hops into gutter trash cinema history. Like what you see? Be sure to also visit Pissed Off Geek too for more news and reviews with a horrific edge. To stay up to date with the latest horror news…

Review: Split (2017)

Psychiatry patient Kevin (James McAvoy) was diagnosed with 23 different personalities; when a group of them conspire together to welcome a 24th, three girls are abducted and subjected to their startling quirks and lay in wait for the arrival of “The Beast.” Like what you see? Be sure to also visit Pissed Off Geek too for…

Review: The Autopsy of Jane Doe (2016)

The ultimate murdered-mystery comes in the form of IFC Midnight’s The Autopsy of Jane Doe, a generous helping of realistic gore, suspense, and a corpse worth being wary of. Like what you see? Be sure to also visit Pissed Off Geek too for more news and reviews with a horrific edge. To stay up to…