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FUZZY HEAD Review – A Surrealist Spiral Into Accepting Self Love
With its excellent cast and impeccable direction, McColm delivers a film worth remembering in Fuzzy Head.
SCREAM VI REVIEW – Ghostface Takes New York City
Scream VI acknowledges and honors its predecessors while cementing itself as a fresh and self-sustaining film.
[PODCAST] THE OUTWATERS Cast and Producer Discuss Robbie Banfitch's Terrifying Cosmic Horror
THE OUTWATERS interview with the cast and producer discussing Robbie Banfitch's terrifying cosmic horror film.
[Sundance] INFINITY POOL Review – A Nightmare Vacation That Feels Surprisingly Under-Utilized
Brandon Cronenberg's Infinity Pool is a critique of the lack of consequences for the atrocities of the wealthy whose criticism feels hollow.
BABY RUBY Review – A Fearsome Portrait of the Horrors of Motherhood
Bess Wohl's directorial debut, Baby Ruby is an incredibly fearsome, painful, and unnerving thriller.
[Slamdance] THE UNDERBUG Review – A Frighteningly Effective Haunted House Horror
The Underbug is a captivating and acutely frightening supernatural horror with a backdrop of political unrest and excellent performances.
[Interview] A Conversation with THE DEATH OF APRIL Writer and Director Ruben Rodriguez
E.L. King interviews Ruben Rodriguez discussing his career as a filmmaker, his love of the horror genre, and The Death of April.
I Am Hungry for Other People – The Intersection of BONES AND ALL and Borderline Personality Disorder
An analysis of Bones and All as a reflection of Borderline Personality Disorder.
PEARL Review – An Unsettling Exploration of Sexual Rebellion
Pearl is an unsettling exploration of sexuality and agency during a forgotten period in American history.
[Interview] A Conversation with Onyx the Fortuitous and the Talisman of Souls Director Andrew Bowser
Sam Rosenberg interviews Andrew Bowser about his feature-length film debut at Sundance, Onyx the Fortuitous and the Talisman of Souls.
SIGNALIS Review – Classic Survival Horror and Existential Dread
Signalis is an expertly crafted blend of anime, cyberpunk, and existential dread that fans of survival horror will want to experience.
Mythologizing the Final Girl – An Analysis of Sienna and the Hero’s Journey
An examination of Damien Leone's Terrifier 2, the hero's journey, and Sienna's role as a fresh representation of the final girl trope.
[PODCAST] Tigers Are Not Afraid, Dark Fairy Tales, and the Mexican Drug Wars
E.L. King discusses Tigers Are Not Afraid, written and directed by Issa López with Kate Sanchez and Jessica Scott on the Slay Away podcast.
The Long History of the Ouija Board and its Connection to the Beyond
An exploration of the origins of the Ouija Board throughout history and horror cinema.
INVASION OF THE BODY SNATCHERS Review – Wake Up and Take Control
Invasion of the Body Snatchers is a stunning and classic science-fiction horror film that will open your eyes in more ways than one.
[PODCAST] FOLLOW HER Producer Michael Indjeian Discusses the Psychological Thriller and Horror
Follow Her producer Michael Indjeian discusses the Psychological Thriller, his love of horror, and Queer for Fear on the Slay Away podcast.
SIGNIFICANT OTHER Review – A Quietly Rousing and Suspenseful Science Fiction Cocktail
Robert Olsen and Dan Berk’s Significant Other is beyond anything audiences will anticipate, continuously subverting expectations.
[Death Creeps] Death’s Blanket and THE BLACKCOAT’S DAUGHTER
Death Creeps is a monthly column of ecological readings on horror media. Sydney Bollinger explores the themes in The Blackcoat's Daughter.
DEADSTREAM Review – Content is King and It Can Be Deadly
Deadstream is a hilarious look at the lengths content creators will go to for fame and one of the best horror films of the past year.
[PODCAST] Silver Bullet, Small Town Americana, and the Cycle of the Werewolf
Silver Bullet, Small Town Americana, and the Cycle of the Werewolf explores the film's themes and religious iconography.
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