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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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UMMA Review - Mothers, Daughters and Intergenerational Trauma
Brant Lewis calls Umma a by-the-numbers ghost story with a shining performance from Sandra Oh. Iris K. Shim’s directorial debut Umma was...
E. L. King
[Grimmfest Easter] GHOSTS OF THE OZARKS Review - A Grab Bag of Unintended Comedic Distractions
E.L. King calls Ghosts of the Ozarks an exciting concept with vast potential desperately failing to deliver any suspense. The Southern...
[Grimmfest Easter] WOODLAND GREY Review - Adam Reider Forces Us to Face Grief and Regret
Steffi Graves says Woodland Grey successfully holds a mirror up to the grieving process and the regret and guilt that comes with it....
[Grimmfest Easter] CROSS THE LINE Review - David Victori Delivers a Nightmarish Adventure
Madeline Johnson calls Cross The Line a cautionary tale and reminder to be careful who you go home with. Co-written by Spanish filmmaker...
[Grimmfest Easter] A PURE PLACE Review - Nikias Chryssos Cult Horror Envisions a Purer World
Sarah Kirk says A Pure Place depicts the two sides of everything: pure and impure, rich and poor, light and dark, capturing each...
[Grimmfest Easter] EGO Review: A Queer Horror Film Exploring Isolation and Identity
Brianna Geiger says Alfonso Cortés-Cavanillas’ EGO brings everyone's innate fear of losing our identities to life. Ego is a Spanish...
[Grimmfest Easter] THE FAMILY Review - A Brooding Folk Horror Tale Where Fear is Familial
Sarah Stubbs calls The Family a film that doesn’t bring anything new to the Folk Horror pantheon, but one worth watching. Folk horror...
[Grimmfest Easter] BRING OUT THE FEAR Review - Isolation Brings Out the Worst in People
Brianna Geiger says Bring Out The Fear transcends the horror realm with psychological twists and turns that will leave you mesmerized....
[Grimmfest Easter] THE WOMAN WITH LEOPARD SHOES Review: A Clever Microbudget Noir
Jessica Scott calls The Woman with Leopard Shoes “a noir-infused thriller with experimental minimalism on its mind,” praising the film...
[Grimmfest Easter] POST MORTEM Review - A Mourning Portrait Photographer Goes Ghost Hunting
Christopher Proeh calls Post Mortem a cold and eerie Hungarian supernatural folk horror film. Post Mortem (2020) directed by Péter...
THE BUNKER GAME Review: A LARP Session in Need of a Better Gamemaster
Brant Lewis calls The Bunker Game a film with beautiful cinematography and an excellent score that doesn't rise to its full potential....
Home Sick Pilots Review: A Comic Book Bursting with Ghosts and Punk Energy
Brant Lewis describes Home Sick Pilots as the perfect combination of mechas and the paranormal. Punk holds a special place in my heart. I...
[Boston Underground Film Festival] FAMILY AFFAIR Review: A Night of Isolation
Brant Lewis calls A Family Affair a fascinating psychological horror story evoking 70s genre classics like The Shining. Written,...
THE BOOK OF QUEER SAINTS ANTHOLOGY Review - Queer Horror Villains Transcend the Concepts of Purity
The Book of Queer Saints is a fantastical journey of horror that captivates the diversity of the collection. The Book of Queer Saints is...
Studio 666 Review - Dave Grohl Rocks a Demonic Riff with the Devil Straight to Hell
Brant Lewis describes Studio 666 as a rockin' good time that mixes rock ‘n’ roll with Sam Raimi's horror-comedy chops. Within popular...
THE SEED Review - Aliens, Gore and Erotic Horror
Sydney Bollinger call The Seed a modern alien invasion with hot girls and nostalgic tropes. [content warning: rape and sexual assault]...
HONEYCOMB Review - Boston Underground Film Festival
Isobel Pankhurst calls Honeycomb a creepy Lord of the Flies-esque story about a group of girls turned feral. Screened virtually at the...
NO EXIT Review - A Taut, Mean Thriller
Jessica Scott describes No Exit as a brutal thriller with more twists and turns than a mountain road. Taut and delightfully nasty, No...
Texas Chainsaw Massacre Review - More Roadkill Than Choice Cuts
Brant Lewis describes Texas Chainsaw Massacre as being akin to more of a cash grab than honoring the legacy of a beloved horror...
E. L. King
HELLBENDER Review - Magic Comes From Fear, The Fear Of Death
E. L. King calls Hellbender a bloody coming-of-age journey of self-discovery and a unique occult story exploring love, fear, power,...