Illustration inspired by "Hair" by Mike Thorn | Review of Darkest Hours by Mike Thorn on onecriticalbitch.com

Horror That Grows On You: Mike Thorn’s Darkest Hours

Horror stories: “What could possibly be more natural?” Surprisingly, not my thought, but Theodore’s. A record store owner with a seemingly unnatural desire for a very natural substance – hair. Namely, that of strangers, what sits in corners collecting dust, and even the wefts that begin to sprout from his very own tongue. This is…

Mr. Tusk Watercolor Illustration

The Walrus and The Carpenter: Kevin Smith’s TUSK

*Danger, Will Robinson: Affiliate Links Ahead! Clicking on some links may compensate myself and the blog. Read the disclosure policy for complete info.* Republished today in memory of Michael Parks. Tusk I became acquainted with a Walrus when I was lost at sea. I would describe Tusk as a horror-comedy. I really would. I’d also describe it…

Royalty Hightower in THE FITS | Review at onecriticalbitch.com

The Fits and other Films about Women, Girls, and Group Think

*Danger, Will Robinson: Affiliate Links Ahead! Clicking on some links may compensate myself and the blog. Read the disclosure policy for complete info.* If you haven’t yet found the time to watch Anna Rose Holmer’s  The Fits, now is the time (you’ll find it streaming on Amazon Prime).

Still from The Young Pope (HBO) | Quick review at onecriticalbitch.com

The Young Pope, Get Out, and More Short Reviews

*Danger, Will Robinson: Affiliate Links Ahead! Clicking on some links may compensate myself and the blog. Read the disclosure policy for complete info.* You need to know what to watch and you need to know what to watch now. Am I right? Last year I focused on the Women to Watch list each month*. This year,…

MOVIE REVIEW + GIVEAWAY! Celebrating Tim Burton's Corpse Bride on this 13th Day of #31DaysofHorror | onecriticalbitch.com

Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride

*Danger, Will Robinson: Affiliate Links Ahead! Read the disclosure policy for complete info.* *GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED* It’s been a minute, horror lovers. But who says you can’t keep on with your scary movie binge right past Halloween and into November? Let’s hop back on the #31DaysofHorror bandwagon with the new classic: Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride. P.S. Stick…

MOVIE REVIEW: Leigh Janiak's Honeymoon is a horror/thriller bound to make you think twice about who you're marrying | onecriticalbitch.com

Honeymoon

*Danger, Will Robinson: Affiliate Links Ahead! Read the disclosure policy for complete info.*   The first in this year’s series (but certainly not the last) to be written and directed by a woman, Honeymoon is everything a horror movie should be. It’s also something new, something different, and dare I say – maybe something better.

MOVIE REVIEW: Olatunde Osunsanmi's THE FOURTH KIND | onecriticalbitch.com

The Fourth Kind

*Danger, Will Robinson: Affiliate Links Ahead! Read the disclosure policy for complete info.* It’s fair to say The Fourth Kind is not well reviewed. Rotten Tomatoes’ critics’ consensus calls it “hokey,” “clunky,” and somehow “makes its close encounters seem eerily mundane.” I don’t disagree with any of those thoughts, per say. It is a little hokey. It can be really…

REVIEW: Jack the Ripper and Johnny Depp in FROM HELL (2001) - Join in on #31DaysofHorror at onecriticalbitch.com

From Hell

*Danger, Will Robinson: Affiliate Links Ahead! Read the disclosure policy for complete info.* From Hell  is that  sort of odd 2000s conundrum: a self-serious historical thriller with the editing style of a teen slasher pic. I can’t defend Heather Graham’s difficulty with a cockney accent, but I do have a soft spot for the flashy cuts…

REVIEW: Mumblegore from the likes of Patrick Brice and Mark Duplass in "Creep" 92014) - Join in on #31DaysofHorror at onecriticalbitch.com

Creep

*Danger, Will Robinson: Affiliate Links Ahead! Read the disclosure policy for complete info.* I don’t like found footage horror and I seriously struggle with mumblecore (this is a thing, we’ll discuss it). But I really think I like Patrick Brice and Mark Duplass’s little aptly named creeper, Creep.

REVIEW: Slither (2006) - a B-style horror/comedy from James Gunn - Join in on #31DaysofHorror at onecriticalbitch.com

Slither

*Danger, Will Robinson: Affiliate Links Ahead! Read the disclosure policy for complete info.* Before he was helming Guardians of the Galaxy, James Gunn was playing in a low-budget B-Movie sandbox. Slither is a sci-fi/horror comedy that makes great use of bugs, slugs, and meteors from outer space.

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