Friends of the Cult

Here are all of the best horror sites that we know – both those affiliated with Cultsploitation and others around the web! Be sure to check them out, and let us know if you’d like to join the cult.

In Poor Taste

The sister site to Cultsploitation, which was formally known as From the Mind of Tatlock. If something doesn’t show up on Cultsploitation, it will most likely end up on In Poor Taste. 

Shaun vs. the B-Movies

A fun site from Shaun, who tackles all kinds of B-movies new and old. You’ll want to check out his witty writing.


Attempting to create an exhaustive encyclopedia of horror films and culture. This is a good resource if you’re looking for film info or original reviews.

The B-Movie Film Vault

Lots of horror content on this site, including reviews, a podcast, and more! Also check out the sister site The B-Movie News Vault.

The Horror Movie BBQ

Our friend Chad pumping out the horror reviews, the Halloween festivities, and wrestling discussion!

Horror Society

A big little horror site, competing with some of the best names on the web!

Today’s Haul

Wayne covers everything he’s received in the mail, documents all the new horror releases, and generally expounds upon all things cult film! Check out the haul today.

Celluloid Terror

Seth’s page for all things horrifying and on film. Check it out for reviews for 88 Films, Kino Lorber, and more.

Zombies Don’t Run

Chuck’s site for horror reviews and more; he also pulls his own screencaps, so that’s a pretty awesome way to check out Blu-ray quality. Also, you might find some Disney films on there!


Kevin’s site on all kinds of television and cinema – he covers everything, not just horror and cult genres.

Jigsaw’s Horror Corner

Tons of horror movie reviews both old and new, with great coverage and a succinct rating scale.

Worlds of Pain

Alexander Z Pain’s blog of short horror stories.

The Nameless Saga

A project that takes HP Lovecraft’s At the Mountains of Madness and expands upon it into three acts.


Cult film Blu-ray reviews along with more contemporary film offerings, as well as news and interviews. And of course, AV is in the name!