The Horror Club’s Top 4 Best Reviewed Short Films

As with the books, The Horror Club has decided to name the top four short films we have given the highest ratings to. We have decided not to choose episodes from any of the wonderful web-series we were fortunate to watch, only from standalone short films. We have also decided to choose four, because we... Continue Reading →

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WATCH: The Innocent

The films just keep on rolling when it comes to Crypt TV; and this time they have offered one set in a creepy hospital. Don't you just hate when those damn hospitals are creepy? Well, if you love when they are, then this one is for you. The Innocent tells the story of a man who... Continue Reading →

WATCH: Honest Trailers – The Meg

It was only a matter of time before The Meg got the Honest Trailers treatment, and it did not disappoint. The Honest Trailer points out the seriousness the film tries to approach, awesome scenes from the book they never used, the lack of people punching the shark, among a few other intesting point of views.... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Soundbite

Social Media has become such a huge presence in our lives. We use it daily, sometimes not even realising that we're actually doing so. How many times have we said "I'll have a quick scroll"? We receive and take in countless messages while online, even if it isn't our main focus. Addiction can be another... Continue Reading →

Pros and Cons of Overlord

The Horror Club recently saw Overlord and to sum it up, it was a gory, action-filled film that needs to be appreciated on the big screen. Below, you can check out our Pros and Cons: PROS: The Acting: Usually when it comes to B-movies, especially ones dealing with Nazi-Zombies, the acting can leave a lot... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: SOOT S1:E2

In our review of episode one of Soot, we stated that although it had a lot going for it, the episode as a whole felt a little bit too basic. As for episode two, it would need to add more than just cool deaths and creature effects to really grab the audience. Luckily, it does.... Continue Reading →

President Evil Is Here To Stalk You

A DIFFERENT kind of horror film is coming to frighten you this Halloween when President Evil becomes available this Wednesday, October 31, via Amazon and other platforms. The film is a parody of John Carpenter's horror masterpiece, where President Evil sees Michael Myers disguised as Trump as he gets about suburbia, hell-bent on killing minorities.... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: We Know You Are Home

Holiday themed films, be it short or feature length, always seem to find themselves on the wrong end of the cliche scale. It's because filmmakers don't focus on making it their own, and as a result, get lost in the shuffle. We Know You Are Home thankfully doesn't fall into that category. The film, playing off... Continue Reading →

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