The Orphanage (2007) – Juan Antonio Bayona

I can’t think of a better movie to finish the 101 Horror Movies list than The Orphanage. Guillermo del Toro served as executive producer of this ghost story, in a tale that shows that great beauty can be found in things that may initially scare us. I’d seen it before, but this time around the…

Toronto After Dark: Grave Encounters 2 – John Poliquin

  The first found-footage Grave Encounters film became somewhat of a YouTube sensation when it went viral in 2011, so naturally its success prompted a sequel to be made, but trying to re-create and top what made the first movie so much fun would prove to be the real challenge behind making the second one….

Where Have All The Good Scares Gone?

Is it possible that the horror genre has become so spotlit in the mainstream media, that it no longer has any shadows for scary things to hide in? Fear and scares are dependent on the individual, what freaks someone out won’t phase the next. If that’s the case, shouldn’t there be more variety in the…