Blu-ray Review: PINK FLAMINGOS Celebrates Fifty Filthy Years In Style

There is no greater purveyor and icon of shock cinema than Baltimore’s favorite son, John Waters. From his humblest beginnings making silent shorts in the late ‘60s, he’s always had his thumb firmly up the butt of good taste, but...

Review: THE BLACK PHONE, Another Excellent Supernatural Horror From The SINISTER Team

It’s 1978 and someone is abducting teenage boys in the suburbs of Denver. The police have no leads, no bodies, and no hope. When Finney (Mason Thames) disappears, he finds out what’s been happening to all of those kids, but...

Review: Baz Luhrmann's ELVIS Rings Incredibly Hollow

I’m having a really hard time with Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis. I would like to apologize in advance for my own personal biases leaking into this review, but with my affinity for the subject it is very hard to be completely...

Trailer: BRAHMĀSTRA Sparks A New Superhero Franchise In Bollywood

Fox Star Studios and Dharma Productions in India are preparing to launch their newest potential franchise in the superhero saga, Brahmāstra. This isn't India's first superhero film, over the last decade and a half they've made well over a dozen,...

Blu-ray Review: Noir Classic DOUBLE INDEMNITY Drips With Atmosphere On Criterion's New Disc(s)

If there is one film movement that Hollywood can lay claim to, it is the Film Noir. A staple of cinema from the late '30s through the '60s and sporadically thereafter, film noir is a genre retroactively coined by the...

Kier-La Janisse's Groundbreaking HOUSE OF PSYCHOTIC WOMEN Gets A 10th Anniversary Upgrade This Summer!

Kier-La Janisse is a legend in the genre film community. With over twenty years of writing, analysis, programming, and festival experience, she helped build the community that we all strive to support, and a pillar of her contribution to the...

Chattanooga 2022: Second Wave Lineup Is Here, THE LEECH Opens, NIGHT SHIFT Closes

The premiere genre film fest in the American South is back with their third all virtual edition, and this year's Chattanooga Film Fest looks to be another winner. In addition to the previously announced films, we've learned that Eric Pennycoff's...

Fantasia 2022: Second Wave Lineup Is Here! POLARIS To Open, SHIN ULTRAMAN Premiere, Kier-La Janisse Honored!

With a little more than a month to go until Fantasia returns in person in Montreal (July 14th - August 3rd), North America's biggest genre film festival has unveiled their second wave of titles and events and there are plenty...

Celebrating David Cronenberg: Hollywood and Beyond

In celebration of Crimes of the Future, a new film by David "Mr. Canada" Cronenberg that will open in North American movie theaters on Friday, June 3, we're looking back at his distinguished career this week. Filmmaker David Cronenberg recalls...

Review: DINNER IN AMERICA, Heartwarming and Surprising

Kyle Gallner, Yancey Fuqua, Jennifer Kincer and Pat Healy star in writer/director Adam Rehmeier's comedy-drama.

Review: TOP GUN: MAVERICK, Top-Flight Big Screen Blockbuster

Top Gun: Maverick manages a minor miracle, a legacy sequel over thirty years down the road that actually meets – or maybe even exceeds – the standard of the film it’s following. The original Top Gun wasn’t Tom Cruise’s first...

Review: THE BOB'S BURGERS MOVIE Is The Feel-Good Feast You Deserve

The art of adapting an animated series to feature length is a bit of a tricky thing. With twelve seasons of history, there is the danger that the Bob’s Burgers story has been thoroughly told; thankfully that’s not the case...

Review: MEN, Alex Garland Descends Into Inscrutable Body Horror

A darling of the independent film circuit, Alex Garland’s latest mindfuck is his most confounding and inscrutable work yet. While Men is bound to spark conversations about male violence, toxic masculinity, and the fragile male ego from a large sector...

Review: FIRESTARTER Fizzles

A family on the run, a little girl with immense powers she doesn’t understand and can barely control, and an evil covert organization desperate to harness the girl’s power for their own good. This is Firestarter, a new adaptation of...

Review: THAR, There's Blood on the Rajasthani Sand in Netflix's Latest Indian Thriller

A detective investigating a seemingly random murder in the rural Rajasthani desert turns out to be so much more in Raj Singh Chaudhary’s Thar. Nothing much happens in Munabao, a small town near the Pakistani border region of Rajasthan, but...

Review: DOCTOR STRANGE IN THE MULTIVERSE OF MADNESS, Sam Raimi Puts His Stamp On The MCU With Style

The latest in the unending labyrinth that is the Marvel Cinematic Universe hits theaters this Friday, and if it weren’t for Sam Raimi returning to the superhero fold, this writer probably wouldn’t have given Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of...

Get Onboard! The Chattanooga (Virtual) Film Fest Returns With 2022 First Wave!

It's that time of year again, the 2022 Chattanooga (Virtual) Film Fest is right around the the first wave of titles and events is here! Taking place from June 23rd through the 28th, CFF is hosting at least one more...

Review: HATCHING, Escapist Fantasy, Mixed with Revenge Horror and Weirdness

Directed by Hanna Bergholm, the horror film from Finland stars Siiri Solalinna, Sophia Heikkilä, Jani Volanen, Oiva Ollila and Reino Nordin.

Review: THE UNBEARABLE WEIGHT OF MASSIVE TALENT, Nonstop Barrage of Greatest Hits

Nicholas Cage stars as Nick Cage in a Nicholas Cage action movie, with Pedro Pascal, Ike Barinholz, Neil Patrick Harris and Tiffany Hadish.

Review: THE CELLAR Borrows Liberally From Haunted House Lore

Elisha Cuthbert and Eoin Macken star in an Irish horror film, directed by Brendan Muldowney.