Date Night Reviews: GET OUT

“A mind is a terrible thing to waste…” Jordan Peele is known for bringing the laughs, as half of the famed Key & Peele duo.  The show of the same name and internet memes have launched the two men into the comedic stratosphere over the last several years.  Who’d have thought that one of America’s most…

Date Night Reviews: THE BYE BYE MAN/SPLIT Double Feature!

Good evening, boils and ghouls! To kick off this year’s Date Night Reviews column, Your Favorite Horror Newbie and I have decided to discuss a double feature of recently released fright flicks. With a gift card burning a hole in my pocket since my birthday back in November, I decided it was high time to…

Date Night Reviews: DON’T BREATHE

Good evening, freaks and fiends! As we were planning our Sunday this past weekend, there really wasn’t any doubt that part of what was actually a beautiful late summer day was going to be spent in the cool confines of our local theater, checking out the highly anticipated Don’t Breathe. We had been looking forward to this…

Date Night Reviews: HOUSE OF MANSON

There aren’t many things my wife and I enjoy more than a good horror flick.  So it only made sense for us to document our viewing pleasures here on Mangled Matters and offer up some insight on the films that tend to highlight our date nights.  Whether we are watching them from the comfort of…

Unholy terror: a loving reflection of The Sentinel

I was introduced to horror at an early age and fell face first into some of the darkest corners of horror entertainment at far too early an age.  But, it’s gotten me to where I am today as a writer and horror fan, so I save the money I’d spend on therapy bills and just…

‘HEIR’ review

After connecting with a stranger of similar interests online, family man Gordon and his young son Paul embark on an ill fated road trip in which Gordon aims to indulge in a secret passion. Before the day ends a horrible truth will be uncovered and a harsh lesson will be learned.” – IMDB synopsis  …

It Follows: a review

Hype mixes seamlessly with hyperbole in the world of horror cinema. Critics and fans alike are so hungry for the next truly terrifying horror film, they desperately toss around terms and labels like “greatest film since” as if it is going out of style. Sadly, in the horror genre, it is going out of style…