From The Editors

Review: Modern Illness in EL GRAN MOVIMIENTO

La Paz, Bolivia's capital, sitting on the high plains of the Andés, is a bustling city, and home to close to one million souls. With electric wires and cable cars criss-crossing the ultra-modern glass skyscrapers against rugged natural vistas, the...

MY BEST FRIEND'S EXORCISM: First Look at Amazon's Adaptation of The Grady Hendrix Novel

It's not much but it's someting. Amazon released the first image from their upcoming movie, My Best Friend's Exorcism, based off of Grady Hendrix's novel of the same name. The movie will premiere on Prime on September 30th, 2022.   ...

Blu-ray Review: THE WORST PERSON IN THE WORLD Runs to Criterion

Joachim Trier's unique award-winning jaunt of the heart comes home.

Blu-ray Review: HOTEL DU NORD, Criterion Takes a Poetic Stroll Through Carné's Paris

Paris is arguably the most romanticized city in the world, and no wonder, given the music, the wine, the food, and the stereotype of all of these things being enjoyed by all citizens all the time. Much of early 20th...

ASTONISHING TALES OF TERROR: ROCKTAPUSSY! Black Fawn Acquire Home Video Rights For Canadian Action Horror

Here's a cheeky one for you. Our friends at Black Fawn Distribution have announced that they have acquired the Canadian home video rights for the horror-adventure-comedy Astonishing Tales of Terror: Rocktapussy!   Produced by the husband-and-wife team of Brigitte Kingsley...

MISTER LIMBO Trailer Premiere: Existential Dramady on Digital This September

Two strangers wake up in the middle of the desert with no memory of anything - including their names. Are they dead? Or did they just party too hard? A warm buddy film at heart - but hopefully also a...

Blood Window 2022: Spanish Screamings Program to Bring Focus to Spanish Genre Projects

Blood Window, part of the larger Ventana Sur co-production market held in Buenos Aires every December, have announced a new program called Spanish Screamings.    It is part of the larger program hosted by Ventana Sur called Spanish Screenings which...

Friday One Sheet: EDEN

Such glorious use of negative space. The key art for Estefanía Cortes's spa-trauma (thriller? horror? drama?) in the forest, Edén, places the human scale against the implacability of nature to great effect. Designed by Villuti Creative Studio, the same team...

Review: THE SANDMAN, Neil Gaiman's Magnum Opus Gets the Streaming Treatment It Deserves

Between 1989 and 1996, a then little-known, British-born writer, Neil Gaiman (Stardust, Good Omens, American Gods), wrote what many justifiably consider an unequalled masterpiece of serialized comic-book storytelling and a standard-resetting, genre-redefining work of dark fantasy, The Sandman. Well before...

GenreBlast 2022: WORST LAID PLANS Headlines Indie Genre Fest Lineup

GenreBlast, the genre festival happening at the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema in Winchester, Virginia, is gearing up to hold its four day event.    Over the course of the long weekend the festival's lineup promises fourteen independant films, some world premieres,...

Review: BODIES BODIES BODIES, Funny, Surprising, Occasionally Even Scary

The storm raging outside is the least of their worries when a group of Gen Z friends turn on each other in Halina Reijn’s cocaine-fueled paranoid nightmare, Bodies Bodies Bodies. With a hurricane bearing down on them in less than...

Fantasia 2022 Review: SPECIAL DELIVERY, Park So-dam Slays The Streets Of Seoul In This Action Thriller

There’s nothing like a good, old-fashioned car chase, and director Park Dae-min’s Special Delivery is chock full of them. Borrowing liberally from Hollywood bangers like The Transporter series, Baby Driver, and Drive; Special Delivery is the familiar story of a...

Review: WHAT JOSIAH SAW Screams With Quiet Violence

An oil company is buying up land around an all but dead American town in the South.   One of the last holdouts is the old Graham place on the outskirts. However, it comes with a warning - the land...

Review: PREY Bleeds Profusely

Amber Midthunder stars in director Dan Trachtenberg's newest entry in the Predator franchise.

4K Review: Paramount's EVENT HORIZON

It’s hard to believe it’s been 25 years since Event Horizon was unleashed in theaters. To commemorate this milestone, Paramount Home Entertainment is releasing this sci-fi horror suckerpunch next week (August 9th) in North America.  This 4K/Blu-ray combo release (with...

Review: LUCK and Its Many Consequences

Eva Noblezada, Simon Pegg, Whoopi Goldberg and Jane Fonda star in an animated adventure, directed by Peggy Holmes, debuting globally on Apple TV+.

Sanfic-Morbido Lab 2022: Six New Projects Presented at This Year's Showcase

Last week the six projects participating in this year's Sanfic Morbido Lab, Sanfic’s genre/fantastic film showcase, were announced over at Variety. The showcase is in it's third year and takes place during Sanfic, Santiago Festival Internacional de Cine, during the...

Review: BULLET TRAIN, Tarantinoesque Thrills Mix With John Wickian Action to Middling, Modest Results

With a generic title like Bullet Train, it’s fair to assume that all or mostly all of the action in film called Bullet Train will either unfold on a said bullet train (Shinkansen) or a bullet train will play a...

Is This New ANDOR Trailer Signaling The STAR WARS Series We've All Hoped For?

Yesterday a new trailer dropped for the Andor, the next Star Wars series from Lucasfilm and Disney+. We waited until we got the official press release today to share this with you. It had nothing to do with how much...

Fantasia 2022 Review: OUT IN THE RING, The History & Future Of Pro Wrestling From A Queer Perspective

A compelling documentary about the history of LGBTQIA+ wrestlers prowling the squared circle, Ry Levey’s Out in the Ring is solid enough to engage even those unfamiliar or even uninterested in professional wrestling. For over one hundred years, professional wrestling...