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[CFF 2022] WULVER’S STANE Review - A Bizarre and Beautiful Hunger
[CFF 2022] TENNESSEE AND REGIONAL FILMMAKER SHOWCASE Review - Exceptional Horror and Genre Shorts
[CFF 2022] DANGEROUS VISIONS VOLUME TWO Review - A Horror and Genre Shorts Showcase
[CFF 2022] DANGEROUS VISIONS VOLUME ONE Review - A Horror and Genre Shorts Showcase
6 days ago
Director Zach Cregger’s BARBARIAN Teases a Night of Claustrophobic Horror in Official Trailer
THE BLOOD OF THE DINOSAURS is Found in Chattanooga at CFF 2022
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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[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,...
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...
E. L. King
The Boston Underground Film Festival Returns to Cambridge March 23-27 - Full Program Announced
The 22nd Annual Boston Underground Film Festival Returns to Cambridge March 23rd — 27th With Electric Line-Up Of Genre-Bending Films....