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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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E. L. King
THE SADNESS Review - Violence, Depravity, and the Bloody Bystander Effect
E.L. Kings calls The Sadness a film that at times will make you physically ill, but it’s a creative and disturbing look at society,...
THE CELLAR Review - An Eerie Haunted House With Desires of its Own
A haunted house is more than ghosts and evil spirits in this atmospheric horror film from Brendan Muldowney. It’s a tale as old as time —...
[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...
VERIFIED Review - A Biting Critique of Influencer Culture
Christopher Proeh says Verified is a clever horror short exploring the adverse effects of influencer culture. Written, directed, and...
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...
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...
[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...
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...
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...
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...
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,...