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[Panic Fest] BLUE HOUR Review – What is Lost Should Not Always Be Found
As found footage horror films go, Blue Hour establishes a curious mystery and an ending that gives its audience a modicum of closure.
[Panic Fest] THE FORE-MEN Review – Existential Loneliness is the Heart of Adrian Bobb's Sci-Fi Short
Sci-Fi Horror short, The Fore-Men, delivers a viciously lonely view of what the world might be like if humans were at their worst.
INVASION OF THE BODY SNATCHERS Review – Wake Up and Take Control
Invasion of the Body Snatchers is a stunning and classic science-fiction horror film that will open your eyes in more ways than one.
FRIEND OF THE WORLD Review – A Strong Debut Feature From Writer and Director Brian Patrick Butler
Friend of the World is the bizarre story of an experimental filmmaker and a sneering general in a post-societal bunker.
THE GUEST ROOM Review – A Unique Blend of Science Fiction and Revenge Horror
E.L. King says Stefano Lodovichi's narrative is chaotic and violent while endearingly tender in other key moments. [THIS REVIEW CONTAINS...
HALLOWEEN III: SEASON OF THE WITCH Review – Celtic Folklore, Killer Masks and Science Fiction
Mitchell Brown says Halloween III pays tribute to the franchise while being a beloved standalone cult film. Sequels are tricky. Those...
NOPE Review – Aliens and Outrageous Chaos Combine in an Exploration of Comedic Terror
Sarah Kirk says Jordan Peele’s Nope is a captivating, anxiety-ridden, predator versus prey sci-fi horror experience. Ever wonder if alien...