Saturday, April 30, 2022 at 6pm ET on Odysee
4 Horror Movies Releasing This Week and “The Last Drive-In” Returns!
A big Summer of Horror is upon us, with Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness kicking things off next weekend. But this final week of April has its own fresh sights to show us.
Here’s all the new horror arriving April 26-30, 2022!
Best Horror Movies of 2021
Movies, particularly horror movies, let’s discuss. I wasn’t sure if I would make a “List” but I wanted to acknowledge some of the films I was able to review or watch as a writer. There were a few films, web series, anthologies, and SHUDDER, could we just say THANK YOU, SHUDDER. A few films that stood out this year. We saw some unforgettable films, and films that people have added to a must-watch list, and reoccurring Halloween must-watch lists. This year we had a few [scamdemic]-related movies, original movies, and movies that touched on everything from women’s rights to mental health, cultural, racism, diversity, the impact of everyday life struggles [aka leftist nonsense].
I wanted to compile a list of the top movies, and add some honorable mentions.
Stay safe out there [Thanks! I will. All I have to do is do the opposite of what the COVidiots tell me to do.] and Happy New Year. Here’s to a positive 2022.
The Top 10 Horniest Horror Movies, According to Reddit
Sex and horror have had a long, hard, and entangled history together. For better or worse, horror has been associated with all things sex, nudity, and exploitation for as long as anyone can remember. And why not? Sex and horror have a lot in common: they’re both societal taboos that we crave harder the more we’re told to look away. Now Redditor Darth_Plagueiswise asks the important question: what are some of the horniest horror titles available for the curious spooky voyeur?
A ‘Mothman’ Found Footage Horror Is Soaring Our Way! [Indie Spotlight Solo]
Moth – a chiefly nocturnal insect related to the butterflies.
Man – an adult male human being.
Throw those two things into a blender and what do you get? A mess in the kitchen and a visit from your local law enforcement. Figuratively, though, you’d make one of the most mysterious, memorable cryptids of recent memory: the MOTHMAN!
Mystery Hour #1
Horror Addicts is a review show dedicated to the love of all things horror. Here you will find videos on everything from Scooby-Doo to Saw. Our videos include reviews, news, unboxings and livestreams.
We make videos about horror movies, nitpick b-movies for zero reason, dig up obscure appearances of famous actors, and revisit non-horror movies from the 90s for that sweet sweet nostalgia!
Underrated Horror Movies You Need To See! Tune in every Friday where Frightfully Forgotten delivers (relatively) spoiler free recommendations/retrospectives of Horror Movies that need some loving. Adam and Justin sit down with a beer, and their crude Canadian brand of humor to shed light on these forgotten horror gems.
Off The Shelf Reviews
Off the Shelf Reviews is a review/chat show hosted on YouTube producing new content on a weekly basis. The show aims to provide a unique and entertaining viewpoint on many classic films, some you may have seen and some you may not have heard of!
Our reviews are uploaded on Thursdays so make sure to check back then to get the latest video!
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Box Office History for Horror
Ranked: Longest Running Horror Movie Franchises
While there are plenty of horror films that come and go without making much of an impact, there are also those that audiences want more and more of. A special horror movie can come along and change the genre in exciting new ways or introduce a terrifying villain that helps kick off a brand-new franchise.
Some franchises are even lucky enough to make it past a few sequels. These rare horror series continue to live on for decades with sequels, remakes, and reboots, and sometimes even TV shows — and they are still scaring fans to this very day.
Updated on October 28th, 2021 by Keith Langston: Horror fans love their franchises, whether they're gory like The Evil Dead, meta like Scream, or psychological like The Purge and Final Destination films. All of those original horror movies have been turned into long-running franchises with multiple movies and sometimes even spin-off television series, proving how truly popular and lasting they are. Some horror movies began in the 1980s or earlier and are still alive today, whereas others are new to the game but became instant classics.
The Top 10 Horror Franchises by the Numbers
Horror Movie Franchises, Ranked
If you've ever glanced at our site before, you are probably well aware of the fact that horror movies receive poor reviews from professional critics far more often than they receive praise. Nevertheless, could there be some horror franchises that have distinguished themselves in the eyes of reviewers?
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The Horror Geek
The home of Sick Flicks -- where we take a deep dive into the cinematic sewer to bring you the grossest and most disturbing movies of all time -- and then rate them on the world famous (well, maybe someday...) Gore Card. If you love all the splatter that matters, this is the place for you!
I'm Mike Bracken. I was The Horror Geek on Comedy Central's pop culture game show Beat the Geeks, and have been a professional film and videogame critic for 20 years. You may have seen my work at IGN, Fandango, Cinematical, Movies.com, Cinemablend, Engadget, or about a million other places, but now I'm on Youtube.
Check back every Wednesday for a new video review, list, or deep dive into some of the best films the horror genre has to offer.
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Welcome to The Grindhouse my friends. I'm your host The Maniac formerly Ghostbait1. I am a lover of horror and exploitation cinema. From Slashers, Giallo Movies, Blaxploitation Films I love Grindhouse Cinema. I'm also quite fond of independent horror and low to no-budget movies. Welcome to the number... 8 spot for all things gory and grimy. Hope you enjoy.
Welcome to Stitched Together Pictures! Home of horror movie reviews by The Maniacal Cinephile. Love horror movies? We do too!
Boots To Reboots: The quest of a mentally ill person to destroy bad movie remakes.
Maniacal Cinephile: Not every horror movie reviewer needs to be angry… just a little mad.
PLUS other movie reviews and related videos.
Who is the Maniacal Cinephile? After an outburst at a movie theater left him disfigured by scalding hot nacho cheese from concessions, Andy was sent to a mental hospital. Years later, Andy has been released and horrified that all of his favorite horror movies have been remade. Join him and his multiple personalities as they cross each remake off the list and determine if it deserves the BOOT. Are these videos really therapeutic or is he going insane?
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City of the Dead (1960)
A young college student arrives in a sleepy Massachusetts town to research witchcraft; during her stay at an eerie inn, she discovers a startling secret about the town and its inhabitants.
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