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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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[Interview] A Conversation with Emily De Margheriti About Her New Horror Film SISSY
Brianna Geiger discusses Sissy with actress Emily De Margheriti for its Overlook Film Festival premiere this weekend. Emily De Margheriti...
[PANIC FEST] THE PASSENGER Review - A Story of Survival and Familial Bonds
Sarah Kirk calls The Passenger a passionate, nerve-wracking, and amusing film with comedic and fierce acting performances. THE PASSENGER...
[PANIC FEST] THE CHAMBER OF TERROR Review - A Light-Hearted and Absurd Revenge Horror Comedy
Brianna Geiger says The Chamber of Terror is a hilarious revenge horror-comedy with no shortage of blood, guts, and gore. Don’t seek...
E. L. King
[Panic Fest] WHEN THE SCREAMING STARTS Review - A Gruesome and Delightful Mockumentary
E.L. King calls When the Screaming Starts pure satire and wholesome murderous fun serving as a cautionary reminder that any one of us can...
[PANIC FEST] PRESENCE Review - Schultz Delivers a Dark and Terrifying Descent into Madness
Brianna Geiger calls Presence a horrifyingly beautiful film where every moment is intentional, building to an unexpected conclusion....
[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...
[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...
[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...
[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...
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...
[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,...