Biting into the B-Movie Thrills of ‘Morbius’ [The Silver Lining]

In this edition of The Silver Lining, we’ll be covering Daniel Espinosa’s recent comic book adaptation Morbius, which is now available on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, and Digital. From Adventures into the Unknown to Tales from the Crypt, comic books used to be a popular source of horror stories until the Comics Code Authority began […]

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Finding an Underrated Performance in ‘Hannibal Rising’ [The Silver Lining]

In this edition of The Silver Lining, we’ll be covering Peter Webber’s 2007 entry in the Hannibal franchise, Hannibal Rising. No character exemplifies our fascination with charismatic madmen like Thomas Harris’ most infamous creation, Dr. Hannibal Lecter. While the overall quality of the media he’s been featured in may vary, I’d argue that every single […]

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Stephen King’s ‘Cell’ – Finding the Good in a Missed Opportunity [The Silver Lining]

In this edition of The Silver Lining, we’ll be covering Tod Williams’ 2016 Stephen King adaptation, Cell. Stephen King is no stranger to the apocalypse. From the fallen worlds of his The Dark Tower series to his viral opus The Stand (which remains one of my all-time favorite literary works), the writer has an undeniable […]

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‘The Fourth Kind’ Blended Fiction and Reality for a Unique Experiment [The Silver Lining]

In this edition of The Silver Lining, we’ll be covering Universal’s underappreciated alien horror movie, The Fourth Kind. While I usually take eye-witness accounts with a sizable grain of salt, I’ve always been obsessed with ufology and extraterrestrial conspiracies. Not only are these tales of mysterious lights and unexplained disappearances entertaining on their own, but […]

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Celebrating the Cartoonish Thrills of Shane Black’s ‘The Predator’ [The Silver Lining]

In this edition of The Silver Lining, we’ll be covering Shane Black’s underappreciated 2018 sequel/reboot, The Predator. The Predator franchise has always walked the line between action and horror, with most of the films being structured like sci-fi slashers where the victims are just badass enough to have a fighting chance. This is obviously a […]

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‘Riding the Bullet’ – The Cheesy Thrills of an Underappreciated Stephen King Adaptation [The Silver Lining]

In this edition of The Silver Lining, we’ll be discussing Mick Garris’ lesser-known Stephen King adaptation, Riding the Bullet. As of 2022, I think it’s safe to say that Stephen King is still the undisputed monarch of horror adaptations. However, while everyone has heard of Carrie and Misery, most of his massive cinematic catalog is comprised […]

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Finding Fun and Fan-Service in ‘Silent Hill: Revelation’ [The Silver Lining]

For this installment of Bloody Disgusting’s The Silver Lining, we’ll be discussing M.J. Bassett’s Silent Hill: Revelation, which is celebrating its tenth anniversary this year. Christophe Gans’ Silent Hill is single-handedly responsible for my obsession with horror. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve always been fascinated by spooky media, but I grew up as a bit […]

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‘Hellraiser: Judgment’ Stands Out Among the ‘Hellraiser’ Sequels With Ambition and Passion [The Silver Lining]

In this edition of The Silver Lining, we’ll be discussing Gary J. Tunnicliffe’s 2018 sequel, Hellraiser: Judgment. Watching a bad movie doesn’t necessarily have to be a bad experience. Even the worst films can boast a good idea or two, and that’s why we’re trying to look on the bright side with The Silver Lining, […]

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‘Apollo 18’ – Finding the Good in Found Footage’s Ambitious Trip into Space [The Silver Lining]

Watching a bad movie doesn’t necessarily have to be a bad experience. Even the worst films can boast a good idea or two, and that’s why we’re trying to look on the bright side with The Silver Lining, where we shine a light on the best parts of traditionally maligned horror flicks. This time, we’ll […]

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Finding Blood, Guts, Family and a Fun Movie in ‘Texas Chainsaw 3D’ [The Silver Lining]

Watching a bad movie doesn’t necessarily have to be a bad experience. Even the worst films can boast a good idea or two, and that’s why we’re trying to look on the bright side with The Silver Lining, where we shine a light on the best parts of traditionally maligned horror flicks. This time, we’ll […]

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Exploring the Exploitation of Rob Zombie’s ’31’ [The Silver Lining]

Watching a bad movie doesn’t necessarily have to be a bad experience. Even the worst films can boast a good idea or two, and that’s why we’re trying to look on the bright side with The Silver Lining, where we shine a light on the best parts of traditionally maligned horror flicks. This time, we’ll […]

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