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Creepy LITTLE JOE Trailer Promises Pollen Relief Via Thriller

Personally, I hate pollen. This is because I have been suffering from the effects of a pollen allergy for nearly two months, this year alone, and I have been plagued by this allergy for years. Yet now there is a...

New DRACULA Teaser Assures: 'You're Doing Very Well'

What? Yet another version of the famed blood-sucking vampire? Before you yawn, watch this teaser for the upcoming Dracula from BBC. Running less than 60 seconds, the teaser includes all the basic points that horror fans demand (blood, bloody teeth,...

Fantastic Fest 2019 Review: THE LODGE, Tough to Watch, Easy to Admire

Riley Keough stars in a new film from the directors of 'Goodnight Mommy.'

Venice 2019 Review: THE KING Lets Slip The Horrors Of War

Timothée Chalamet, Joel Edgerton and Robert Pattinson star in the historical drama, directed by David Michod.

Arrow Video FrightFest Announces 20th Year Line-up

Big, bold, horror, fantasy, Dario Argento. What's not to love about the 20th year line-up of Arrow Video FrightFest? Sure, there are higher-profile titles that will open in the U.S. this year, including Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark...

Notes on Streaming: TRIPLE THREAT, Now Killing People on Netflix

Tony Jaa, Iko Uwais, Tiger Chen, Michael Jai White and Scott Adkins star in director Jesse V. Johnson's latest action extravaganza.

Edinburgh 2019: Once Upon a Time in Spain

Edinburgh International Film Festival 2019 (19 - 30 June) will include a special focus on Spanish cinema, featuring a retrospective celebration of modern Spanish cinema, an in-depth look at the work of acclaimed filmmaker Icíar Bollaín, and topped off with...

Notes on Streaming: GOOD OMENS Searches for Salvation

Michael Shannon and David Tennant star in Neil Gaiman's irreverent series.

Review: Mike Leigh's PETERLOO, Before the Blood Begins to Flow

The British director tells the story of a historic massacre from the perspective of aristocrats, peasants, and everyone in between.

Exclusive WHITE CHAMBER Clip: Shauna MacDonald Gets a Nasty Surprise

To ordinary people, looking into a drawer should not be something to fear. Ruth, played by Shauna MacDonald in White Chamber, is not an ordinary person, however, and she is not in an ordinary situation. Instead, she has awakened in...

70s Rewind: THE WILBY CONSPIRACY, Poitier and Caine Go on the Run

Sidney Poitier and Michael Caine go on the run in South Africa in an unlikely political drama, directed by Ralph Nelson.

Review: ANNA AND THE APOCALYPSE, Fantastic, Toe-Tapping Terror

What do you get when you mash up High School Musical, Shaun of the Dead, and The Nightmare Before Christmas? The answer is director John McPhail's brilliant new Christmastime zombie musical, Anna and the Apocalypse, one of the most joyful...

Review: AWAIT FURTHER INSTRUCTIONS, When Your House Becomes a Strange Prison

A British family is confronted with their own worst fears during the holidays. Locked in their own house, they must rise to the occasion or cave in to the pressures of conformity. In Await Further Instructions, the Milgram family has...

Fantastic Fest 2018 Review: AFTER THE SCREAMING STOPS, Sibling Rivalry Gets Musical

Directed by Joe Pearlman and David Soutar, the documentary examines the British band Bros and the brothers who formed its heart and soul.

Fantastic Fest 2018 Interview: Gareth Evans Talks APOSTLE

Serving up a big bowl of angry stew, Gareth Evans' Apostle is a kinetic exercise in British folk horror. Full disclosure: I confess that I'm only vaguely familiar with the sub-genre. Watching the filmmaker's latest effort unfold on a big...

Review: FINAL SCORE, When the Clock Runs Out, Everyone Dies

Dave Bautista and Ray Stevenson star in an old-school action flick, also featuring Pierce Brosnan; Scott Mann directed.

Notes on Streaming: THE INNOCENTS, DEADWIND, ORDEAL BY INNOCENCE

Three new series, all of European origin, take place in very different environments, from young adult romance to harsh adult reality to brutal family dysfunction, and play out in varying lengths. All have something to recommend them.

Festival Diary: Arrow Video FrightFest Day 4 - THE MAN WHO KILLED HITLER AND THEN THE BIGFOOT, HAMMER HORROR: THE WARNER BROS YEARS, TERRIFIED

It was the penultimate day of FrightFest and the incessant rain did nothing to deter horror fans and genre aficionados from swarming back to Leicester Square for a fourth helping of cinematic excess. Sunday witnessed the English Premiere of John...

Festival Diary: Arrow Video FrightFest Day 3 - HERETIKS, WHAT KEEPS YOU ALIVE

Day 3 of Arrow Video FrightFest marked the halfway point, and positively groaned with gruesome delights. As the weekend arrived in earnest, so did the crowds, who were treated to world premieres of British nightclubbing/germ attack shocker Ravers, as well...

Festival Diary: Arrow Video FrightFest Day 2 - BRAID, BLUE SUNSHINE

The momentum was building fast heading into Day 2 of Arrow Video FrightFest, as horror icon Barbara Crampton swooped into town to introduce the European Premieres of Sonny Laguna and Tommy Wiklund’s Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich as well as...