REVIEW: Siphon

A.A. Medina offered us an insight into his style with his short story collection ITCH, and his work with Dustin Schyler Yoak on the wonderful magazine, Aphotic Realm. With SIPHON comes Medina's first venture into a full blown work, such as a novella/novel. It tells the story of Dr. Gary Phillips, the resident hematopathologist at Claybrook Medical... Continue Reading →

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REVIEW: Alien: Containment

It came as a surprise when it was announced that short films based on Alien were to be released in order to celebrate its 40th Anniversary. What was in store for fans of the franchise, given that the short films were actually commissioned, and not fan made ones uploaded to YouTube? The first one released,... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Shelley S2

In The Horror Club’s review of Shelley season 1, we spoke about our concerns that the direction the series would take. It needed to be fresh and inventive, and break away from the typical ‘killer returns and takes revenge’ angle in order to stand out. For season 2, it follows the same approach of its... Continue Reading →

TRAILER: The Dead Don’t Die

The first official trailer for the zombie black comedy, The Dead Don't Die, has just dropped. While the plot is a bit of a mystery for now, the trailer shows a set of local police officers as they fight a horde of the undead who have returned to feed! The film is written and directed... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Love Me Not

Horror House Media has been on a roll. Since its launch last year, we’ve gotten two short films of a high standard, mostly because of Brantley J. Brown's sharp scripts, Michael’s Coulombe’s ability to bring it to the screen and the overall team they have brought together. Each film looks and feels different, yet still... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Stalk

The team of Michael Coulombe/Brantley J. Brown and their Horror House Media project got off to great start when they released their debut short film, Soundbite, last year. Now, they have followed up with more of a straight-up hunter/prey approach for the second release. For the most part, it's a throw back to the movies... Continue Reading →

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