Our movie review for The Descent (2005) is now up.

To celebrate the 10-year anniversary of Neil Marshall’s The Descent (2005), we have posted a retrospective review. Note that this has nothing to do with the 1999 novel The Descent, written by Jeff Long, though we recently reviewed that as well. Regardless, read our review to see why we still consider The Descent to be … Continue reading

Our review of The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death is up.

So, is The Woman in Black 2 as good as its predecessor? No, of course it isn’t. Don’t be stupid. But that having been said, it is actually not a bad film, taken on its own merits. Read our review to learn more about it, and discover whether it or not it … Continue reading

Our review of Jeff Long’s 1999 novel The Descent is up.

… and no, it has nothing to do with the 2005 movie of the same name, although perhaps we’ll review that next. Read our review of Jeff Long’s The Descent to find out why this lesser known genre-bending horror tale is an under-rated and epic classic.

Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale (2010) Movie Review


Directed by: Jalmari Helander Production Company: Cinet, Pomor Films Starring: Onni Tommila, Jorma Tommila Release Date: December 3, 2010 Runtime: 84 minutes. Rating: R                 So apparently, hundreds of years ago in Finland, the Sami, a nomadic tribe of reindeer herders had to … Continue reading

Get into the Holiday Season by learning about Santa’s evil minion, the Krampus.


Did you know that in certain European countries, Santa doesn’t punish naughty children by giving them a lump of coal in their stocking, but by outsourcing their torment to a demonic minion known as the Krampus? Well, then you should read our feature article on the charmingly terrifying holiday demon … Continue reading

ADV’s Review of the 1974 Christmas classic Black Christmas is now up.

We’re back, and just in time for the Holidays! So let’s get you in the Christmas spirit with our review of Black Christmas, the 1974 horror film directed by Bob Clark, who brought us the  otherwise un-horrific A Christmas Story. Both are Christmas classics in their own way, but in Black Christmas, shooting your eye … Continue reading