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FUZZY HEAD Review – A Surrealist Spiral Into Accepting Self Love
With its excellent cast and impeccable direction, McColm delivers a film worth remembering in Fuzzy Head.
[PODCAST] FOLLOW HER Producer Michael Indjeian Discusses the Psychological Thriller and Horror
Follow Her producer Michael Indjeian discusses the Psychological Thriller, his love of horror, and Queer for Fear on the Slay Away podcast.
SHADOWS Review – A Dystopian Paradise and a Claustrophobic Nightmare
The beautiful overgrown dystopian paradise of a post-apocalyptic event sets director Carlo Lavagna’s second feature's bleak, unforgiving,...
[BHFF] DAUGHTER Review – An Intelligent and Psychologically Labyrinthine Journey
E.L. King says Corey Deshon's Daughter is a tense, nuanced, clever thriller delicately navigating depravity and power dynamics. Beyond...
[BHFF] OLD FLAME Review – Anxiety, Former Lovers, and Dangerous Secrets
Breanna Lucci says Old Flame holds a plethora of alluring storylines and emotions, all delivered through thoughtfully crafted dialogue....
[BHFF] MOTHER, MAY I? Review – Mommy Dearest Plays a Dangerous Game with Childhood Trauma
E.L. King says Laurence Vannicelli's psychological horror Mother, May I? is thoughtfully crafted with distinct sensitivity, and embraces...
[CFF 2022] DANGEROUS VISIONS VOLUME TWO Review - A Horror and Genre Shorts Showcase
E.L. King says the Dangerous Visions Volume Two showcase of horror and genre shorts at the Chattanooga Film Festival takes us to other...