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SLASH /BACK Trailer: Indigenous Sci-fi Horror Coming to The U.S. in October

Nyla Innuksuk's Indigenous Sci-fi horror is coming to U.S. theaters, On Digital and On Demand October 21, 2022.

Slash 2022 Review: Melies d'argent Shorts, A Mosaic of Story Delights

As readers know, I'm a champion of the unsung gems of any film festival - the shorts. It's not just about filmmakers' calling cards, it's a film form too often forgotten. Given how we're inundated more with shorter forms via...

KIDS VS. ALIENS Teaser Promises a Colorful And Gory Romp

All Gary wants is to make awesome home movies with his best buds. All his older sister Samantha wants is to hang with the cool kids. When their parents head out of town one Halloween weekend, an all-time rager of a teen house party turns to terror when aliens attack, forcing the siblings to band together to survive the night.

SPOONFUL OF SUGAR: Shudder Acquires Mercedes Bryce Morgan's Psychological Horror

Shudder have announced that they have acquired the streaming rights for Mercedes Bryce Morgan's psychological horror flick, Spoonful of Sugar. The film will have its world premiere at Fantastic Fest this coming Saturday.   Millicent is taking a semester off...

ALL JACKED UP AND FULL OF WORMS: New Trailer For Alex Phillips' Splatter Comedy

Follows Roscoe, a seedy motel maintenance man, discovers some powerful hallucinogenic worms. He meets Benny and they fall in love making worms together before embarking on an odyssey of sex and violence.


Fall festival season kicks into high gear tonight in Austin, Texas, where the 17th edition of Fantastic Fest opens with its usual gusto. Smile, Missing, The Five Devils and Amazing Elisa are the films that have been chosen to screen...

Review: SECTION 8, More Than the Sum of Its Tasty Action Parts

Ryan Kwanten, Dolph Lundgren, Dermot Mulroney, Scott Adkins and Mickey Rourke star in a potent action thriller, directed by Christian Sesma, opening in theaters and streaming on AMC+.

Opening: GOD'S COUNTRY, Alone and Besieged

Opening in more than 500 U.S. theaters tomorrow (Friday, September 16), God's Country stars Thandiwe Newton as a professor "living and working in a rural college town." Stop right there. You had me at Thandiwe Newton. For those who need...

Review: SEE HOW THEY RUN, Meta-Mystery-Comedy Soars on Saoirse Ronan's Performance

Over the last half-decade, Agatha Christie, one of the the 20th-century’s most prolific, popular writers, has seen something of a resurgence in interest in her work. Beginning with Kenneth Branagh’s adaptation of Christie’s Murder on the Orient Express in 2017,...

Review: BECOMING ICONIC: JONATHAN BAKER Wrestles With Filmmaking

Filmmaker Jonathan Baker opens up about the perils and pleasures of making his debut feature. Now streaming on Fandor.

WOLVES OF WAR Exclusive Clip: Not Your Family

At the end of WWII, a tough British officer leads a ragtag band of Allied commandos behind enemy lines on one last impossible mission. Their task is to rescue a scientist in order to stop the Nazi’s work on developing...

Toronto 2022 Review: HOLY SPIDER, A Taut and Stark Social Thriller

It might be the world's oldest profession, but prostitution has always been treated with disdain, or far worse, depending on the society and time period. Prostiutes, who are mainly women, are both wanted and reviled; treated as though they are...

OLD MAN: Official Trailer And Poster Unveiled For Upcoming Release

When a lost hiker stumbles upon an erratic old man living in the woods, he could never have imagined the nightmare that awaits.

DEADSTREAM Trailer: Shudder Releasing SXSW Horror Comedy in October

Deadstream, the feature directorial debut from husband-and-wife filmmaking couple Vanessa and Joseph Winter, is coming to Shudder on October 6th. Shudder released a trailer for Deadstream today, check it out below.   Deadstream follows a disgraced internet personality who attempts...

Review: TINY CINEMA, Big Movie

Tyler Cornack directed the hilarious horror-comedy, best approached cold.

Warning: SUMMIT FEVER Trailer May Induce Sudden Acrophobia

It looks like a lonely place to die.

Review: THE CATHEDRAL, Keen Observation of an American Family

Ricky D'Ambrose, a micro-budget indie filmmaker whose initial series of shorts gained acclaim on the international festival circuit -- including Berlinale and New Directors/New Films -- made his feature-length film debut with Notes on an Appearance in 2017. The Cathedral,...

Ana Lily Amirpour Unleashing MONA LISA AND THE BLOOD MOON Trailer: Be Afraid. Be Very Afraid.

Ana Lily Amirpour's newest feature film, Mona Lisa and the Blood Moon, will be unleashed upon U.S. theaters on September 30. Watch the trailer below, then plan accordingly. The filmmaker caught everyone's attention with the extremely striking A Girl Walks...

Review: MANEATER, Hungry, Hungry Shark

Nikki Whelan, Shane West and Trace Adkins star in a thriller, directed by Justin Lee.

THE INSPECTION Trailer: Identity and Belonging

I have no earthly idea why anyone would want to volunteer for military service, but The Inspection gives valid and understandable reasons why one young person chose to do so. Inspired by events in his own life, Elegance Britton has...