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A woman’s panicked decision to cover up an accidental killing spins out of control when her conscience demands she return the dead man’s body to his family. Starring: Bethany Anne Lind, Will Patton, and Elisabeth Rohm Directed by: Matthew Pope Written by: Don M. Thompson, and Matthew Pope   “Blood on Her Name” opens right after a murder has been committed. It’s a dark and rainy night, and Leigh (Bethany Anne Lind) has found herself alone in her auto shop with a dead body. She seems confused at what to do, and weighs her options as she paces around. She decides to dispose of the body in a lake, but just can’t do it once she’s on the water. Instead, she returns the body to a shed outside of the dead man’s home. It’s a decision that will haunt her from that point on.   The opening scene is a good hook because it leaves the audience wanting to know what happened in the auto shop. Did Leigh commit the murder? It seems likely she did, but then the audience is introdu


When Cecilia’s abusive ex takes his own life and leaves her his fortune, she suspects his death was a hoax. As a series of coincidences turn lethal, Cecilia works to prove that she is being hunted by someone nobody can see. Starring: Aldis Hodge, Storm Reid, Elisabeth Moss, and Oliver Jackson-Cohen Directed by: Leigh Whannell Written by: Leigh Whannell, and H.G. Wells (novel)   We've all heard about the plans to bring back Universal’s classic monsters in a new Dark Universe. The first attempt failed with “The Mummy,” so it might have seemed logical to jump right to something like Dracula or Frankenstein. Instead, they took another risk, and decided to reimagine “The Invisible Man.” There’s lots that they could do with an invisible man, so did they get this monster story right this time?   Interestingly enough, this monster story is more about the victim than anything else. From the start, the story follows Cecilia (Elisabeth Moss), as she makes a daring esc


Where The Scary Things Are Episode 34: ZOMBIE WITH A SHOTGUN with HILTON ARIEL RUIZ Director/Writer/Producer HILTON ARIEL RUIZ joins us to discuss his latest movie: ZOMBIE WITH A SHOTGUN. Muse gives her SINISTER 6 FEMALE DIRECTORS IN HORROR. KILLER KACY talks about 10 creepy surgeries. MONSTERMASH KEN reveals several movies in the Horror Movie Flashback. CHRIS The CREATURE reviews 2010's El Monstro Del Mar. HORRO asks the question: Can 2 people see the same ghost at the same time in the PROMOTEHORROR.COM 666 RUNDOWN.  Support the show   ( )


Jenn has washed ashore on a small tropical island and it doesn’t take her long to realize she’s completely alone. She must spend her days not only surviving the elements, but must also fend off the malevolent force that comes out each night.  Starring: Kiesey Clemons, Emory Cohen, and Hanna Mangan Lawrence Directed by: J.D. Dillard Written by: J.D. Dillard, Alex Theurer, and Alex Hyner Check out the video below and find out how many pools of blood it received…


After being horrendously embarrassed by the mean girls at school, Faye, a practicing witch, summons the evil Cupid to take revenge on all those who wronged her. Starring: Georgina Jane, Michael Owusu, and Abi Casson Thompson Directed and written by: Scott Jeffrey Check out the video review below and find out how many pools of blood it received…


A magical realism/horror film that explores the paradox of why a woman chooses to stay in an abusive relationship. Starring: Emily Bennett, Cole Simon, Jack Downey, Michael Downey, and Katharin Mraz Directed and written by: Emily Bennett   “LVRS” wastes little time in grabbing the audience’s attention, and never lets go. It opens with a woman in bed, and a man standing in front of it. The man looks completely normal except for the mirror that’s in front of his face. While it might shock the audience, it brings a smile to the woman who gets to see herself happy. This romantic moment is quickly interrupted by the ring of a red phone, and a young boy. As the film goes on, both the boy and phone are constant interruptions.    The interruptions might not be welcomed for the woman, but are for horror fans. The woman is tortured by the man each time the boy appears, and it will definitely make the audience cringe. She continues to smile into the mirror, as the man appears


The terrifying day a ten year old girl witnesses her mother stabbing her father’s eyes to get insurance money. Directed by: Jiwon Moon   With the big win for “Parasite” at the Oscars, it looks like a great time to be a Korean film. “Nose Nose Nose Eyes!” is also a Korean film, and looks to be another must see short film on ALTER. According to the director, this is actually based on a true story. Of course this film tilts towards horror, but it’s horrific in real life as well.   So the film takes the point of view of a little girl, who is stuck in the middle of some deadly family drama. It starts off with a dream that may scare the audience, but definitely scares the girl. She runs to her mother for comfort. Her mother seems normal at first, but there’s nothing normal about what she’s doing. The mother gets a call from the girl’s uncle, and clearly lies to him because she wants to keep the insurance money for herself. The girl questions her mother about it, but is dismis


While a zombie virus breaks out in South Korea, passengers struggle to survive on the train from Seoul to Busan. Starring: Yoo Gong, Yu-mi Jung, and Dong-seok Ma Directed by: Sang-ho Yeon Written by: Joo-Suk Park, and Sang-ho Yeon Check out the video review below and find out how many pools of blood this movie received…


Where The Scary Things Are Episode 32: BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER with TV FANATIC GIRL AMY KOTO In this Episode we review The 90's Classic, BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER. Our guest on the show is TV FANATIC GIRL Amy Koto. Muse talks HORROR COMEDIES in her SINISTER6. Killer Kacy tells us about special Valentines Day Cockroaches in the CREEPY CHRONICLES. MonsterMash brings up a great movie in the HORROR MOVIE FLASHBACK. CREATURE FEATURE OF THE WEEK with Chris the Creature Zisi: CARNIVAL OF BLOOD. HorrO gives us the 666 RUNDOWN. Apple Spotify IHeart


A soon-to-be stepmom is snowed in with her fiancé’s two children at a remote holiday village. Just as relations begin to thaw between the trio, some strange and frightening events take place. Starring: Richard Armitage, Riley Keough, Jaeden Martell, and Alicia Silverstone Directed by: Severin Fiala, and Veronika Franz Written by: Sergio Casci, Severin Fiala, and Veronika Franz   As horror fans, we’ve seen a lot of horror movies featuring cabins in the woods. It usually sets up for a great blood and guts slasher type movie, but that’s not happening in “The Lodge.” Not only do we get a little bit of a different setting, but we also get a slow burn psychological horror movie. So should horror fans pay a visit to the lodge…lets find out!    Mia (Lia McHugh) and Aiden (Jaeden Martell) are young kids with parents on the verge of a divorce. Their father, Richard (Richard Armitage) has already moved on to a new woman, Grace (Riley Keough). The movie wastes little time in


What if a child from another world crash-landed on Earth, but instead of becoming a hero to mankind, he proved to be something far more sinister? Starring: Elizabeth Banks, David Denman, and Jackson A. Dunn Directed by: David Yarovesky Written by: Brian Gunn and Mark Gunn   Check out the video review below and find out how many pools of blood this movie received…


Where The Scary Things Are Episode 31: DEPRAVED with Director/Producer LARRY FESSENDEN Hello Boys and this episode we speak to Larry Fessenden about his recent movie, Depraved, a modern take from the Frankenstein classic. Muse gives her top Movie Monsters in the Sinister 6. Creature Feature of the Week with Chris the Creature: The Corpse Grinders. HorrO gives us the 666 Promote Horror Rundown. Apple Spotify