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Past articles by Daniel:

Bloody Disgusting’s 12 Best International Horror Films of 2022

2022 was an incredible year for horror films from across the world that deserve just as much attention as any domestic genre hit. 2022 has proven itself to be a banner year for horror and genre fans have never had more exciting and terrifying options at their disposal. Whether in the security of one’s own […] → Read More

Twice and Hawks Clash in My Hero Academia Season 6 Episode 3

The bell tolls for Twice as one of My Hero Academia's most chaotic villains gets his heart broken in a stunning episode. → Read More

Spend 24 Hours at Home for Halloween With This Binge Guide for Shudder

Stop stressing over what to watch this Halloween and instead turn to this varied mix of horror titles, both old and new, from Shudder’s library Every streaming service turns Halloween into an opportunity to showcase what horror genre heavy hitters they have in their library. But there’s extra pressure for a service like Shudder (also […] → Read More

Mirko Takes on the Nomu in My Hero Academia Season 6 Episode 2

Rabbit Hero: Mirko rises to the occasion as the takedown of Dr. Garaki's lab and its many High-End Nomu yields some fascinating intel. → Read More

Shudder Is the Home for Halloween and the Home for Argento in October

Shudder’s comprehensive “Home for Halloween” line-up this October features the premiere of Dario Argento’s giallo return, ‘Dark Glasses,’ and much more. Every Halloween, horror fans are presented with a murderer’s row of options when it comes to the perfect place to binge on bloody buffets of seasonal content. Horror programming is unavoidable during this time […] → Read More

“Let the Right One In” Review – An Emotional Update That Proves Blood Is Thicker Than Water

Showtime’s adaptation of the Swedish vampire novel, “Let the Right One In,” finds strength in characters and relationships rather than visceral gore. “I’m just trying to take care of my kid.” “So am I.” Vampires have always been one of the more popular subgenres of horror for television to explore, but these bloodsuckers are in […] → Read More

The My Hero Academia Season 6 Premiere Breaks a Major Precedent

My Hero Academia returns and season 6 wastes zero time as the battle between the Pro Heroes and the newly empowered Paranormal Liberation Front intensifies. → Read More

10 More Horror Prequels We Want to See After Ti West’s ‘Pearl’

The release of Ti West’s ‘Pearl’ this weekend raises the question of which other horror classics would benefit from the prequel treatment. Ti West has pulled off an impressive feat in 2022 by not only introducing audiences to Maxine, Pearl, and the world of X, but fleshing it out into its own horror trilogy within […] → Read More

Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 27 Review: Retrospective

The bodies hit the floor as the penultimate episode of ‘Attack on Titan’ pushes every character beyond their physical and mental limits. → Read More

Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 26 Review: Traitor

The Resistance must infiltrate the volatile Jaegerists as a gambit for an essential flying ship forces lines to get permanently crossed → Read More

Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 25 Review: Night of the End

On the eve of a great attack, the Jaegerist Resistance have a long overdue discussion about who they are and what they want. → Read More

Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 24 Review: Pride

New alliances form and old grudges dissolve as the Eldians and Marleyans discover a power far greater than the Titans: teamwork. → Read More

Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 23 Review: Sunset

More unrest pulls the nation further apart, but the emergence of an old enemy might by the heroes’ best hope for survival on Attack on Titan. → Read More

Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 21 Review: From You, 2000 Years Ago

Attack on Titan looks back to the birth of the first Titan as Eren’s intricate plan comes to fruition and humanity descends into darkness. → Read More

Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 20 Review: Memories of the Future

Eren and Zeke take a walk down memory lane as they relitigate the sins of their father to figure out the fate of the future. → Read More

Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 19 Review: Two Brothers

One of Attack on Titan’s very best episodes brings Eren and Zeke’s master plan to a head, both figuratively and literally… → Read More

Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 18 Review: Sneak Attack

Eren advances closer to Zeke to trigger their master plan as everyone else works to prevent the union and figure out where the truth lies on Attack on Titan. → Read More

Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 17 Review: Judgment

The War for Paradis heats up as Attack on Titan returns with a vengeance with Eren taking on Marley’s collective Titan forces. → Read More

Search Party Season 5 Concludes a Modern Comedy Classic

Search Party wraps up its five-season run on its own terms with a funny, fearless, and frightening batch of episodes. → Read More

My Hero Academia Season 5 Episode 24 Review

The battle between Shigaraki and Re-Destro hits its climax as Tomura’s first steps as a villain are revealed in agonizing detail. → Read More