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SKINAMARINK: Shudder Acquires Creepy Canadian Horror Flick

Two children wake up in the middle of the night to find their father is missing, and all the windows and doors in their home have vanished.

Arrow Unwraps THE LEECH And More Holiday Treats This December

Hard to believe that we're here, it's December already. Our attention has turned to the holidays and preparing for Christmas and New Years. When you're all spent and done after long day of shopping or partied out it's time to...

Review: A WOUNDED FAWN, Blood and Freakiness Abound

Director Travis Stevens spins a mesmerizing tale of horror, starring Josh Ruben and Sarah Lind, now streaming on Shudder and AMC+.

Review: THE ETERNAL DAUGHTER, Just the Right Level of Creepiness

It might be something bred into us when we're in the womb: a need to please our parents. Or at least, to have some kind of effect on them. The memory of how we either succeeded or failed can haunt...

Review: THE HARBINGER, Smart, Resonant, Scary

If there’s one thing that has shown the interconnectedness of humanity in the last few years, it is the global Covid-19 pandemic. While responses may have been different in different regions, virtually every person on the planet was forced to...

Review: NANNY, Enthralling, Unsettling Immigrant Horror

Nanny, writer-director Nikyatu Jusu's impressively-imagined, impressively crafted feature-length debut, brilliantly explores one aspect of the the 21st-century immigrant experience that's too often left either unexamined or under-examined on film, TV, and cable. Wrapped inside cleverly executed supernatural/horror genre tropes with...

SOMETHING IN THE DIRT Q&A Video: 40 Minutes With Mike Flanagan, Justin Benson, Aaron Moorhead

The latest film by Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead prompted our own Shelagh Rowan-Legg to conclude her review thusly: "Delving once again into the metaphysical and its shadowy yet pervasive hold, Something in the Dirt takes a labyrinthian walk through...

Imagine 2022 Review: SPUTUM Gobs At Class Differences

It isn't often that we see a science fiction film made in the Netherlands, especially an English-language one, but lo-and-behold: at this year's Imagine Film Festival there was a world première for just such a film: director Dan Geesin's dystopic...

South African Horrorfest 2022: THE HARBINGER, KING OF SCREEN And LIFE WITH CHUCKY Highlight African Genre Fest Lineup

After an unforeseen scheduling setback our friends at the South African Horrorfest picked up their bootstraps and were able to reschedule their annual event for this coming week and a half. While its always nice to be able to hold...

PRESENCE Exclusive Clip: Out on VOD Today!

Two young business partners are invited to a week-long yachting voyage with a potential investor. At night, Jennifer's dreams begin to bleed into reality as the others realize that Jennifer may have unknowingly brought something on-board.

Los Cabos 2022 Review: THE WHALE, One of Darren Aronofsky's Most Empathetic Films

Darren Aronofsky’s The Whale was the opening film of the eleventh edition of the Los Cabos International Film Festival, which took place from November 9 to 13. Since its world premiere at the latest edition of the Venice Film Festival,...

CHRISTMAS BLOODY CHRISTMAS: Official Trailer And Poster, In Theaters And Streaming on Shudder on December 9th

It's Christmas Eve and fiery record store owner Tori Tooms just wants to get drunk and party, until the robotic Santa Claus at a nearby toy store goes haywire and makes her night more than a little complicated.

Review: MVP, Unlikely Comrades, Off Different Fields of Battle

Nate Boyer, who also directed, and Will Phillips star in a stirring drama, inspired by real-life events.

Now Streaming: ALL JACKED UP AND FULL OF WORMS, Disturbing, Disgusting, Demented, Occasionally Delightful

The pantheon of films about imagined illicit substances is varied and wide. First time feature director Alex Phillips throws his hat into the ring with his avant horror buddy trip, All Jacked Up and Full of Worms. This story of...

DASH: Trailer And Poster Premiere For One-Take Ride Share Thriller on VOD And Digital Nov. 29th

An adulterous rideshare driver navigating the nighttime streets of Hollywood goes to great lengths to take his troubling double-life to the grave...only to dig a grave for himself.

Review: SOFT & QUIET, Thriller Speaks Loudly

A cozy Alt-Right ladies’ luncheon leads to a horrific sequence of events in Beth de Araújo’s real-time wonder, Soft & Quiet. Already one of SXSW’s most divisive features, Soft & Quiet will likely continue to split audiences right down the...

ALLEGORIA: Blu-ray Giveaway of Spider One's Horror Flick

We will have copies of Spider One's horror film Allegoria to give away this week. RLJE FIlms is releasing the movie on Blu-ray and DVD on November 15, 2022.    A group of artist's lives become unwittingly entangled as their...

Blu-ray Review: DAISIES, Still Fresh, Subversive, and Relevant, Now Beautifully Restored

While there might be filmmakers who more readily come to the minds of cinephiles when you mention Czech New Wave cinema of the 1960s, I'd argue that there is no more important film of that era than Daisies. Věra Chytilová's...

SOUTH BEACH SHARK CLUB: Promo Clip and Exclusive Stills

In the early 1970's on the shores of sleepy Miami Beach, a group of teenage outcasts are ushered into adulthood by the enigmatic Rene De Dios, the self proclaimed "greatest shark fisherman in the world"

Review: NEXT EXIT, A Life After Death (After Life) Road Romance

In writer-director Mali Elfman’s feature-length debut, Next Exit, the world as we’ve come to know it doesn’t end with a bang or even a whimper, but on the society-upending revelation that ghosts do, in fact, exist and thus, so does...