Horror Movie Blog

Author name: Alma

Horror is kind of my thing. I consume so much horror that it leaks into my dreams and creates the most uncomfortable sleep paralysis episodes. Just ask the shadow man at the end of the bed, he’ll tell you. I don’t consider myself a professional critic, mainly because I don’t get paid, but I do enjoy discussing horror with anyone who will listen.

Two Witches // A movie review

When I saw this viewing opportunity magically appear in my inbox for Fantastic Fest, I jumped at the chance to screen it again. I know, I know… more movies about witches? Yes, my friend. More movies about witches! Get out of here right now if you don’t want to hear about it. Go! I’m joking, stay! Stick around because this a fun movie to discuss.

WTF?! // 31 Days of Halloween — Day 2 (Scanners)

Happy 31 days of Halloween!  This year, we’re celebrating with a different movie pick each day that made me audibly gasp, “WHAT THE FUCK?!” Today, it’s Scanners from 1981, written and directed by David Cronenberg. A scientist trains an incredibly telepathic and telekinetic man (scanner) to stop an even more powerful scanner who’s gone rogue …

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satanic hispanics movie review

Satanic Hispanics // Panic at the Satanic Disco

Satanic Hispanics! Okay, so I had trouble saying this out loud ten times fast. I heard that if you said it ten times in front of a broken mirror, then “The Traveler” would appear. Or maybe that’s just my sister messing with me. Either way, this movie is bonkers and I cannot wait for you all to watch it. Just in time for Hispanic Heritage Month, Satanic Hispanics is premiering at Fantastic Fest and I just want to say, “Me siento muy… excited!”

Spanish language horror // Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month

I love horror movies and I love hearing people speak in the language I grew up around. We didn’t have cable television, and often, the only way we caught new and popular movies was on the Spanish network that was on public television. We grew up in the days of very few free channel options and we had four whole choices. The films were often dubbed in Spanish or had Spanish subtitles and it was our norm. And we loved it.

A few selected horror movies on Tubi

Free Horror on Tubi // Sriracha for the soul

Seriously, who doesn’t love free stuff? Tubi has so many free movies to stream and horror titles to choose from that I’m here to make it easier on you with this list. You might be tempted to jump into Shark Side of the Moon immediately, but resist the urge and check out some of these films that are leaving Tubi soon.