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[CFF 2022] PUSSYCAKE Review - Blood and Guts Meet Girl Power in Pablo Parés’ Queer Horror Feature
[CFF 2022] CRYO Review - An Unsettling Experiment in Human Psychology
[CFF 2022] THE BLOOD OF THE DINOSAURS - Uncle Bobbo and the Tragic Origin of Fossil Fuels
[Tribeca Festival] NEXT EXIT Review - A Hauntingly Beautiful Exploration of Life and Death
19 hours ago
Director Zach Cregger’s BARBARIAN Teases a Night of Claustrophobic Horror in Official Trailer
6 days ago
THE BLOOD OF THE DINOSAURS is Found in Chattanooga at CFF 2022
6 days ago
B.J. Novak's Comedy-Thriller VENGEANCE is Set to Release Theatrically in July
Filming Has Wrapped on M. Night Shyamalan’s KNOCK AT THE CABIN
Destination Texas Chain Saw Massacre
Grant Me Serenity - A Disabled Defense of Midnight Mass’ Leeza Scarborough
Elevated Horror - A Complicated History of Neglecting Genre, German Expressionism and Jordan Peele
Sep 8, 2021
'Idle Hands' and the Devilish Allure of Anti-Productivity
[Death Creeps] WEREWOLVES WITHIN and the Unending Greed of Big Oil
[Slay The Date] This Joke Will Kill You
[Trans Agenda] Examining THE LURE - The Fetishization and Exploitation of Trans Bodies
[Viva La Horror] Long Live the Slasher
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[PANIC FEST] TO THE MOON Review - A Dissection of Family Trauma With Thought-Provoking Dialogue
Sarah Kirk calls To the Moon an anxiety-inducing, thought-provoking, and discomforting story with faultless acting. TO THE MOON (2021) is...
E. L. King
THE TWIN Review - A Mother’s Grief and the Dangers of Bargaining
E.L. King calls The Twin a psychological thriller that will leave you questioning reality for better or worse. Shudder Original, THE...
[PODCAST] Halloween, The Shape, and the Devil’s Eyes - The Night He Came Home
E.L. King discusses John Carpenter's Halloween (1978) with horror content creators GamesWithDeath and Ashlinaa in Slay Away's season two...
[PODCAST] Behind the Podcast with E.L. King - Meet the Host of Slay Away
Slay Away is a horror podcast with a little something for everyone. DESCRIPTION Welcome to the Slay Away horror podcast dear creatures of...
[PANIC FEST] THE CREEPING Review - Jamie Hooper’s Haunted Feature Debut of Foreboding Family Secrets
Brianna Geiger calls The Creeping a classic haunted house story with a sinister score and terrifying twists. In their feature-length...
5 Terrifying Psychological Horror Films To Watch This Year
Mitchell Brown shares the psychological horror films he’s most eager to see this year. It’s raining men, doppelgangers, and also an egg....
[PANIC FEST] MALIBU HORROR STORY Review - Found Footage and a Paranormal Terror-Filled Adventure
Sarah Kirk calls Malibu Horror Story a terrifying watch and a culmination of disturbing scenes ready to thrillingly upset any horror fan....
[PANIC FEST] THE OUTWATERS Review - A Masterful Found Footage Death Dream
Jessica Scott says The Outwaters is an absolute nightmare of a movie, in the best way possible. Watching Robbie Banfitch’s THE OUTWATERS...
HOUNDS OF LOVE Review - A Skin Crawling Test of the Will to Survive
Madeline Johnson calls Hounds of Love an anxiety-inducing observation of the cycles of abuse filled with Kate Bush’s best hits....
[PANIC FEST] BITCH ASS Review - Revenge, Deadly Board Games and Original Storytelling
Sarah Kirk says Bitch Ass is a story of pure revenge and torture games, but with a twist. Pick your next game wisely, the next card or...
THE TWIN Premieres in Theaters and on Shudder This Week
Motherhood, grief, and a strong sign of the occult put The Twin at the top of our watchlist. THE TWIN follows an American family after...
8 Horrifying, Haunted and Bloody Films Streaming on Shudder in May
The Twin. The Sadness. These are the terrifying features headed to Shudder next month we’re most excited for! Shudder delights us with...
E. L. King
AMC+ Announces Exclusive Friday Night Film Premieres
AMC+ will feature an exclusive movie, direct from theaters, every Friday, all year long, starting on May 6, 2022. A new distribution...
NIGHT’S END Review: A Haunted Exploration of Isolation and the Paranormal that Zooms It In
Brant Lewis calls Night’s End an enjoyable haunted house experience with a solid supporting cast. At the height of taking to the internet...
MX Bel Morrigan
SLAPFACE Review - Exploring the Complexities of Human Existence in the Presence of Trauma
Bel Morrigan says that Slapface masterfully uses a monster to tell an all too human story. SLAPFACE is an indie horror film written and...
DEMON JUICE Review - A Weekend Getaway With the Girls Gets Demonic
Christopher Proeh says Demon Juice is a horror short that isn't his cup of juice but it will make you chuckle. DEMON JUICE is the second...
Spirit Halloween Is Getting Its Own Feature Film, Spooky Season Lovers Rejoice
The Magic of the infamous Halloween retailer will be a 1980s family horror film feature. Spirit Halloween stores have infamously...
X Review - It’s So Much More Than a Slasher
Justin Lockwood says there’s much to admire in Ti West’s return to horror. X is Ti West’s long-awaited return to the horror genre and...
WYRMWOOD APOCALYPSE Review: Kiah and Tristan Roache-Turner Deliver More Guts, Gore, and Chaos!
Christopher Proeh says the Australian zombie sequel, Wrymwood: Apocalypse is fantastically bizarre and entertaining. Co-written by...
E. L. King
VIRUS :32 Review - Gustavo Hernández Proves the Zombie Genre Still has Compelling Stories to Tell
E.L. King calls Virus :32 a portrait of how we can derive strength from our past traumas to survive the unimaginable. Shudder Original,...