Movies featuring creepy, deadly members of the Uncanny Valley.
Our final entry in the Killer Dolls series: the original Child’s Play from 1988! Brad Dourif plays a serial killer / dark sorcerer trapped in an ugly doll. In his campaign of blood and evil, he preys on a very dumb little kid and battles two very gullible adults.
Our Killer Dolls series continues with a chapter from The Conjuring-verse! A yuppy couple (who should really break up) keep an obviously haunted doll around for no reason. Padded plot, overdone jumpscares, and Rosemary’s Baby references abound!
A new short series: Killer Dolls! Before Annabelle… Before Chucky… There was: Fats the Dummy! Anthony Hopkins stars as a magician who battles the evil will of Fats, along with his own cringe-worthy struggles with love.
Why History is Horrifying
Check out our entries in a series dedicated to true and horrific tales throughout history!
Learn why the past is scary! In 1901, an anarchist and a president met at a fair. It didn’t go so well. Featuring Guest Stars: Teddy Roosevelt, Thomas Edison, and hero James B. Parker.
‘Monster of the Week’-Week with The X-Files
7 posts, 7 days, 7 episodes of The X-Files!
Day 7 of ‘Monster of the Week’-Week! For our final entry, we bring you the X-Files episode Stephen King wrote about an evil doll! Happy Halloween!
Day 6 of ‘Monster of the Week’-Week! As we ramp up to Halloween, we go through one of the most grisly episodes of The X-Files!
Day 5 of ‘Monster of the Week’-Week: The agents encounter videogames, a lightning-splainer sheriff, a screaming Giovanni Ribisi, and Jack Black!
Day 4: It’s an episode all about chickens. Just chickens. Nothing nefarious at all. Bring your appetite for this one!
In our third Monster of the Week entry, the agents dance with the devil! Also frogs!
For our second MOTW-Week entry, it takes two to almost murder Our Intrepid Agents!
Watch as our agents avoid obvious vampire theories, ask intensely intimate family planning questions, and get terrible jet lag!
Meet The X-Files’ very first Monster of the Week! We also introduce you to classic X-Files tropes like Scully getting attacked, the script taking a nap, and genocide being thrown in for no good reason!
90s Teen Slashers
A cloaked killer. Dark secrets. Pretty white teens dropping like flies. Check out 4 classic 90s slashers!
In 1996, Scream entered the failing horror scene with an established horror director but completely new everything else. It paid off then–how does it hold up now?
Unlike its peers, ‘Urban Legend’ isn’t trying too hard. One might say it isn’t trying at all. The only ‘challenging’ aspect is keeping track of its internal urban myth bingo.
A great movie to emphasize ‘fuck death!’ Originally a draft X-Files script, Final Destination was supposed to be an ‘anti-slasher’ movie. It’s an anti-something, all right. It gets crazy, it gets dumb. Let’s die-ve into Death’s Die-sign!
I Know What You Did Last Summer is ‘prime’ teen slasher horror. Our cast is quintessentially 90s. The villain cloaked in an improbable, vaguely menacing costume. The script has the depth of a puddle. It is not a good product. But it is entertainingly mock-able.
12 Crimes of Christmas
Three part series dedicated to 12 festive crimes, some mere folly and some far more fatal!
Part 3 in our 12 Crimes of Christmas Series! Featuring: Edgar Poe, Al Capone, a deadly dinner, and a very bad Santa!
Part 2 in our 12 Crimes of Christmas Series! Featuring: A quaint pie murder, one man’s revenge against Domino’s pizza, a missing family, and a bank robbery featuring St. Nick!
Part 1 in our 12 Crimes of Christmas Series! Featuring: Santa’s gruesome origin story, a fake kidnapping, a real kidnapping, and Ted Bundy himself!