Wicked Lit 2015: Topping the Un-Toppable

So this is not your reviewer’s first experience at Wicked Lit in mysterious Altadena, California, but it may just be […] Read more

Ghoulmaster’s Haunted Playhouse: High-Energy Halloween Fun That’s Charged With Positivity

Ghoulmaster’s Haunted Playhouse is just a charmer. That’s the word for it: Charmer. It’s a love letter to Halloween, horror […] Read more

Mini-Review: Ghosts of Ma Barker—A Satisfying Mix of Spectres and Hoodlums

The recently closed production of T.S. Devai’s play, The Ghosts of Ma Barker, at the Ruby Theatre at The Complex […] Read more

From Beyond and The Monkey’s Paw: A First-Class Night of Entertainment in the Mausoleum from Unbound Productions

L.A.’s own Unbound Productions does more than just their acclaimed annual Wicked Lit show—they offer up smart, often delightfully macabre […] Read more

The Halfwits’ Last Hurrah: It’s Funny… But Is It Creepy?

Well, I won’t deny that I was puzzled when I went to see the Four Clowns production of The Halfwits’ […] Read more

“Friday the 13th” to screen at Griffith Park on Friday the 13th

To promote this year’s “Great Horror Campout,” the event producers at Ten Thirty One Productions will be hosting an outdoor […] Read more

Ghosts of the Underground: A Journey Into Surreal Nightmare At Zombie Joe’s

Horror and the macabre take many forms, and in “Ghosts of the Underground” (playing through this weekend at Zombie Joe’s […] Read more

It Has Four Ghosts, A Graveyard And A Zombie Chorus: A Christmas Carol at Zombie Joe’s Underground Theater

This review, like the show, is short and sweet: If you’ve ever seen anything at Zombie Joe’s Underground Theater—a place […] Read more

Smoke and Mirrors Returns to Blend Humor and Pathos Better Than Ever

In the return engagement of Albie Selznick’s almost-one-man-show, “Smoke and Mirrors” (directed by David Schweizer), it’s easy to see that […] Read more