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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.
SCREAM VI REVIEW – Ghostface Takes New York City
Scream VI acknowledges and honors its predecessors while cementing itself as a fresh and self-sustaining film.
[Sundance] INFINITY POOL Review – A Nightmare Vacation That Feels Surprisingly Under-Utilized
Brandon Cronenberg's Infinity Pool is a critique of the lack of consequences for the atrocities of the wealthy whose criticism feels hollow.
BABY RUBY Review – A Fearsome Portrait of the Horrors of Motherhood
Bess Wohl's directorial debut, Baby Ruby is an incredibly fearsome, painful, and unnerving thriller.
[Slamdance] THE UNDERBUG Review – A Frighteningly Effective Haunted House Horror
The Underbug is a captivating and acutely frightening supernatural horror with a backdrop of political unrest and excellent performances.
PEARL Review – An Unsettling Exploration of Sexual Rebellion
Pearl is an unsettling exploration of sexuality and agency during a forgotten period in American history.
SIGNALIS Review – Classic Survival Horror and Existential Dread
Signalis is an expertly crafted blend of anime, cyberpunk, and existential dread that fans of survival horror will want to experience.
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.
SIGNIFICANT OTHER Review – A Quietly Rousing and Suspenseful Science Fiction Cocktail
Robert Olsen and Dan Berk’s Significant Other is beyond anything audiences will anticipate, continuously subverting expectations.
DEADSTREAM Review – Content is King and It Can Be Deadly
Deadstream is a hilarious look at the lengths content creators will go to for fame and one of the best horror films of the past year.
LET THE RIGHT ONE IN Review – An Emotional Exploration of Humanity and Monstrosity
Showtime's Let the Right One In is a naturalistic, emotional story of human compassion and strength set in a monstrous world.
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.
PROMISING YOUNG WOMAN Review – A Revenge Thriller That Ultimately Dissatisfies
E.L. King says Emerald Fennell's Promising Young Woman is unexpected, but ultimately doesn't deliver any hope for sexual assault...
WHAT MOVES THE DEAD Review – Witty, Modern, and Ready to Make a Statement
Breanna Lucci says What Moves The Dead is entertaining, with characters that leap off the page and force us to listen. Award-winning...
BROOD X Review – Cicada Season Isn’t What it Seems
Brianna Geiger says Brood X is a strikingly disturbing novella that makes cicadas absolutely terrifying. Brood X is an illustrated...
BREATHING HAPPY Review – A Tragic and Authentic Lens on Addiction and Grief
Gabriel Rodrigues says Breathing Happy perfectly crafts a haunting and dream-like atmosphere delivering a relatable story to audiences.
SCARE PACKAGE II: RAD CHAD'S REVENGE Review – A Satirical Critique and Love Letter to Horror
Death says Scare Package II is an effective satirical critique of the horror genre that audiences are unlikely to have seen in a very...
THE LEECH Review – An Outrageous and Brutal Holiday Horror
Peg Aloi says Eric Pennycoff's The Leech is a satisfying and hilariously brutal thriller. The indie psychological holiday horror drama,...
DEAD SEAS Review – A Supernatural Thriller Reuniting Cavan Scott and Artist Nick Brokenshire
Sydney Bollinger says Dead Seas is a comic that brings a fresh take to common horror tropes. Someone is always bringing new ideas and...
RAW Review – How to Haze and a Veterinarian's Guide to Cannibalism
Breanna Lucci says Raw overflows with incredible performances, artful props, and complex relationships. [THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS]...
WEREWOLF BY NIGHT Review – Channeling Hollywood’s Classic Monsters
Jamie Arena says Werewolf by Night is a sweet ode to classic creature features but doesn’t fully succeed at intertwining the Marvel...
SHADOWS Review – A Dystopian Paradise and a Claustrophobic Nightmare
E.L. King says Carlo Lavagna’s second feature film Shadows is a beautiful character study demonstrating that damaged people can prevail...
THE CABINET OF DR. CALIGARI Review – Silence Isn’t Golden, It’s Gothic
Mitchell Brown examines the highly inspirational silent horror film that paved the way for German expressionism. German expressionism is...
MISSING Review – An Intense and Emotional Gut-Punching Japanese Crime Thriller
E.L. King says Missing is a captivating and surprising film with hints of neo-noir — it’s a slow burn that subverts audience expectations...
THE MEDIUM Review – Bone-Chilling and Female-Led Thai Folk Horror
Tessa Kaur says The Medium is a chilling tale about the horror lurking in Southeast Asian folklore. To a Southeast Asian, The Medium is...
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