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[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.