Horror Movie Blog

Author name: Dalia

I love horror and am widely considered one of the preeminent anti-critics of the genre. I consume horror and regurgitate the tales sprinkled with my fact-based opinions. As an amateur professional, I enjoy brainwashing the masses with my anti-mainstream agenda.

Unidentified Objects // A movie review

I recently took an impromptu road trip to Colorado with my partner. I love road trips. I can never succinctly or eloquently say why other than to say I love the freedom of being able to just drive and escape whatever it is that’s mentally troubling me. Travel is a great band-aid to my hurt soul and my mental health. It doesn’t cure, and I can’t ever completely escape it, but it’s a wonderful break.

Gerardo Preciado and Cult of VHS

A chat with Gerardo Preciado // Music, Comics, and VHS tapes

I like silent comics, without dialogue. People think that dialogue equals stories, but to me stories are more about what happens. That comic book was actually a dream. Normally when you have a dream, it is like you are experiencing things. In that dream, I was a fly on the wall in an apartment. It was very intense for me.

All Your Friends are Dead // A movie review

What do you get when a comedian and his fellow native Kentucky friend write a slasher flick produced with a budget of less than $6000? Time to ditch the creepy “teen” nudity and registry-adjacent voyeurism and get back to good old-fashioned, wholesome kills.

Friday the 13th – Just another day in the Emergency Room

Friday the 13th is here, and we all know what that means. Break out the popcorn and queue up the streaming; we’re about to watch Jason Voorhees go homicidal on some undeserving young folk. But what happens afterward? Are survivors of all these slasher flicks bogging down emergency departments across the country?