From The Editors

SAVE YOURSELVES! Trailer: Watch out for Alien Pouffes

I do love weird sci-fi. Especially what is often termed lo-fi sci fi, those films that use either little or no special effects, and are far more about how humans deals with really weird shit happening (other examples being The...


The Alfred Hitchcock Classics Collection from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment was released this month in a 4K UHD and Blu-ray combo package, and it's simply stunning. This review is for the Blu-ray discs, as I don't yet have a system that...

Review: RABBIT, Bold and Confident Psychological Horror

Adelaide Clemens, Alex Russell and Veerle Baetens star in director and writer Luke Shanahan's horror mystery from Australia, now streaming on Shudder (US) and Shudder Canada.

Crowd Fund This: Help Build INSIDE and Black Mansion Films

Producer Heather Buckley (The Ranger) is currently raising funds to support the first production within her new horror studio, Black Mansion Films. That film is called Inside, and it's to be directed by Elise Salomon in Ireland. If you know...

Now Streaming: THE IDHUN CHRONICLES, Nimble Spanish Anime

Michelle Jenner leads the voice cast in an anime adaptation of Laura Gallego's popular YA book, now streaming on Netflix.

Shudder Celebrates Hitting the One Million Subscriber Milestone

Shudder celebrates a landmark today. The AMC streaming service passed the one million subscriber mark! That's one million subscribers delighting in and discovering horror, thriller and supernatural content from around the World in the comfort of their own homes.   ...


Sandy K. Boone's film features appearances from Richard Linklater, Penn Jillette and Nick Offerman.


Have you ever watched Charlize Theron, Lynda Carter, Michelle Rodriguez, Michelle Yeoh, Brie Larson, Pam Grier, or Carrie-Anne Moss in an action flick and wonder, "How the hell did they do that?"    Based on the best-selling book by Mollie...

Sitges Pitchbox 2020: Film And Series Projects Selected For Virtual Coproduction Event

Sitges is not too far off and along with that comes Sitges Pitchbox, an international coproduction event committed to finding production partners for emerging projects.    This year the project will go virtual over four days. Two days from the...

SUMMERLAND: Exclusive Clip And an iTunes Code Giveaway For Canadian LGBTQ Comedy Drama

Today we have an exclusive clip to share with you, as well as an iTunes code giveaway, for the LGBTQ coming-of-age film Summerland from Lankyboy (Kurtis David Harder & Noah Kentis). Summerland is out now on VOD on iTunes, Vudu,...

Venice 2020 Review: Silly Off-Kilter Comedy YELLOW CAT Harbors Bleaker Socio-Existential Observations Underneath

Adilkhan Yerzhanov's latest absurdist tragicomedy lands as close as possible to Terrence Malick's 'Badlands' as reimagined by Roy Andersson.

Review: KAJILLIONAIRE, Oddball Charms and Genuine Emotion in Equal Measure

Evan Rachel Wood, Mark Ivanir, Gina Rodriguez and Debra Winger star in filmmaker Miranda July's latest comedy-drama.

Venice 2020 Review: GENUS PAN, Shakespearean Tragedy on a Darwinian Stage

Filipino auteur Lav Diaz netted the Best Director award at the 2020 Venice Film Festival for his latest oeuvre.

Telluride Horror Show 2020: SPARE PARTS, FOR SAKE OF VICIOUS, BUTCHERS in First Wave of Shelter-in-Place Edition

As we announced just a few loooooong weeks ago our friends at the Telluride Horror Show have gone digital this year with their Shelter-in-Place edition. Today they have announced the first wave of titles and there is a nice mix...

Venice 2020 Review: Enigmatic CARELESS CRIME Pushes Boundaries of Form and Structure

Iranian director Shahram Mokri, known for his single-shot films and his decided penchant for time-loops, achieves formalistic excellence in his latest effort.

Jos├ęphine Darcy Hopkins' NUAGE Captures the Pain of Parting

Anyone who’s been following these pages has come across the works of Les Films de la Mouche, a French collective of talented filmmakers sure to make a splash with a notable debut feature in the not too distant future. Until...

New York 2020 Review: MLK/FBI Reminds That Dr. King's Legacy Resonates Now, More Than Ever

Sam Pollard's documentary is a searing indictment of government surveillance and a smear campaign on one of the most revered figures in American history.

Toronto 2020 Review: SHADOW IN THE CLOUD, A Boisterous Aerial Horror Adventure With Dubious Motivations

Part World War II aerial action thriller, part creature feature, and one hundred percent disinterested in reality or physics, Roseanne Liang's Shadow in the Cloud is a boisterous adventure bound to delight audiences, as long as they don't think too...

Toronto 2020 Review: ANOTHER ROUND, A Feel Good Movie About Booze

Thomas Vinterberg's latest comedy of manners is as bourgeoisie-punk as ever. He leaped onto the global stage, along with Lars von Trier, with the collaborative manifesto Dogme95, and its first film Festen (The Celebration), which re-wrote the design rules of...

Toronto 2020 Review: FAUNA Cleverly Deconstructs The Mexican Social Contract

Poor Paco needs a cigarette. Badly. After arguing with his girlfriend, Flora, and fighting with Waze and Wifi they eventually arrive in the remote Mexican village of her childhood, only to find her parents not to be around. The house...