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MIDNIGHT RUNNER Trailer: Global Digital Acquires Edgy Coming of Age Thriller

Global Digital Releasing has acquired worldwide rights to Midnight Runner, the edgy coming-of-age drama from writing/directing duo John Mathis and Jared Sprouse. The film centers around Ian (Ben Weinswig), a quiet loner who can't seem to escape his mysterious and...

Review: GODZILLA: KING OF THE MONSTERS, The Biggest Monster Bash of the Year

Michael Dougherty directs the latest installment of the original kaiju franchise.

Notes on Streaming: ULTRAMAN and TWILIGHT ZONE Return

Plus: Teasing Korean 'Persona.'

Review: In THE WIND, Demons and Loneliness Terrify

Caitlin Gerard stars in Emma Tammi's feature directorial debut.

Review: US, Jordan Peele's New Horror Film Creeps And Entertains at The Highest Level

Adelaide Wilson and her family are going to the summer house for a weekend of sun in Santa Cruz. Unfortunately the trip does not come without some emotional baggage. When Adelaide was just a girl she experienced a traumatic incident...

OFF SEASON Trailer: Indie Cult Thriller Hits Theatres March 15

Indican Pictures have announced they will release Robert Cole's indie cult thriller Off Season in 10 theaters across the US, beginning with a New York premiere on March 15, 2019. Written by Erik Lieblein, the film stars Gotham's Luca Salvagno...

HORROR NOIRE Interview: Co-Writer/Producer Ashlee Blackwell on the Importance of Representation in Cinema

The vital documentary Horror Noire: A History of Black Horror, directed by Xavier Burgin and based on Robin R. Means Coleman’s book of the same name, invites us to know the perspective of African-Americans towards horror films. With a chronological...

Review: ST AGATHA, Nuns Inflict Psychological Horrors

Darren Lynn Bousman's new thriller heads back to the 1950s to explore old horrors.

Review: THE SONG OF SWAY LAKE Sings the Tune of Yearning and Legacy

The inter-generational dramedy ponders legacy and memories.

Review: MANDY, Evil Lurks in a Fever Dream Starring Nicolas Cage

Nicolas Cage and Andrea Riseborough star in Panos Cosmatos' feast of visual delights.

US: New Proof of Concept From Angelo White is an Eye Candy Sugar Rush

We have written about Dutch filmmaker Angelo White a couple times in the past year or so. He wowed us with his previous proof of concept (PoC) short film Sorice, then put that idea to bed to work on other...

Review: DOWN A DARK HALL, Deceptive Gloom at a Boarding School

Set in the present day, Down a Dark Hall liberally borrows elements from gothic horror to style its gloomy atmosphere. Teenage Kit (AnnaSophia Robb) is sent to the Blackwood Boarding School as a last resort. She has no aptitude for...

Review: BETTER WATCH OUT, Dark, Clever and Funny

Let's not beat around the bush. Home Alone was pretty obviously the inspiration for Chris Peckover's sophomore feature Better Watch Out (originally titled Safe Neighborhood). There's nothing wrong with that. We all know that both John Hughes and Chris Columbus...

Review: BUSHWICK Takes a Provocative and Often Chilling Look Into the Abyss

Ever since I saw Cooties in 2014 and fought with our founding editor in order to review the film (I lost out, of course) I’ve been anxious to see how Cary Murnion and Jonathan Milott would follow up on their...

Warsaw 2015 Interview: Kenny Riches on Off-Kilter Comedy THE STRONGEST MAN

Quirky indie comedy The Strongest Man by Kenny Riches has been traveling the world since its Sundance world premiere and recently visited Europe Poland's capital city where the film competed in the first and second film section. The titular protagonist, Cuban...

THE MUSK: First Teaser For US/Italy Slasher Gets The Music Right

The first teaser for The Musk dresses it up as a sci-fi picture from the 1950s, and adorns it with lovely, atmospheric synthesizer music, which may be the best way to sell a slasher movie about a mutant killer who...

Eli Roth's THE GREEN INFERNO Will Head To Theaters After All

Eli Roth's The Green Inferno is heading to theaters in the U.S. on September 25, 2015. The horror picture debuted at the Toronto International Film Festival in September 2013 and made the genre fest rounds after that before getting picked up...