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"Cracked" is a beautifully crafted supernatural mystery from Thailand that gets under your skin with unnerving imagery and a twisty story.
An ode to action films and a meditation on grief and the creative process, "Leonor Will Never Die" demonstrates why we love foreign films.
"Pearl" is a technicolor dream, a breathtaking ode to cinema, and a warning about the pursuit of fame and its trappings; pure movie magic.
The mesmerizing “Brooklyn 45” proves a few talented thespians in a room with a sizzling script and a gifted director can make movie magic.
A stellar cast lends gravitas to "Wildflower", a heartwarming coming-of-age tale that aims to give voice to an underrepresented group.
The potential for greatness in "The Lake" is there, but the story fails to captivate and the strong creature visuals are rarely on display.
"Cube" (2021) is a rare instance of a Japanese remake that doesn't compare to its Western counterpart, rather than the other way around.
"Dosed" is a moving and effective documentary about one woman's quest to find peace in her final days and the power of medicinal mushrooms.
This stand-up-and-cheer documentary lovingly embraces fans of the DJ scene and Chris Villa while quite effectively wooing the rest of us.
An inventive and entertaining love letter to the slasher heyday, "The Third Saturday in October" is a double feature made for popcorn and PJs.
If you think the world needs less of Pete Davidson, his wildly funny and empathetic new show on Peacock helps prove why that's "Bupkis".
Visually arresting yet undeniably flawed, is there light to be found at the end of "The Long Dark Trail" or is it best to simply steer clear?
The location is killer, but a lackluster plot and budget limitations hamstring "Hell's Half Acre" and keep the potential scares on lockdown.
After being lost for 30 years, the wacky and wildly funny cult horror comedy/slasher satire “Arbor Day” chops its way back from oblivion.
With an intriguing premise, solid scares, and impressive visuals, "Black Mold" blends psychological and supernatural horror to great effect.
Elevated by two powerhouse performances, "Mother May I?" is a powder keg of tension and trauma dressed as a moody supernatural thriller.
Proudly flaunting its Hitchcockian influences, "Laced" is a stylish, taut, contained thriller that gives viewers plenty to chew on.
A unique and empathetic look at trauma-induced mental illness, "DID I?" has something to say but doesn't skimp on the tension and chills.
A strange, compelling mix of true crime and sci-fi mystery, "Blue Hour: The Disappearance of Nick Brandreth" is wonderfully unexpected.
Imaginative, hilarious, and thought-provoking, “Discontinued” is a must-see for anyone struggling to make sense of an insane world.
If you want ways to pass the time that won't numb your mind, these five great online horror games offer a frightfully fun distraction.
These five killer shows feature twisted plotlines, engrossing stories, and authentic representations of queer relationships and characters.
These ten shocking and often brutal banned horror films dared to go to extremes — earning controversy, infamy, and taboo status.
When you're in the mood to snuggle up with horror that's heavy on the fun, these five killer horror comedies are sure to steal your heart.
It's a big year for horror game releases, with hotly anticipated remakes and new chapters and spin-offs of popular series at the forefront.
In honor of April Fool’s Day, here are seven times stupid pranks went horribly and tragically wrong in some of our favorite horror films.
A good haunted house ghost story never goes out of style, and there are some real standouts in the subgenre from the 60s to recent years.
The line between good and evil often gets blurred in horror, and we find ourselves inexplicably rooting for the villains — or the antiheroes.
On International Women's Day, let’s take a moment to pay homage to some of the forgotten final girls within the past 20 years.
We explore what it means to be feminist horror and look at five of the best female villains without a man or purely revenge-driven agenda.
Make it a great movie night and with these nine killer films on Hulu, including several women-driven films and dazzling directorial debuts.
If you liked the fun and still ferocious M3GAN, here are a few other stellar films that deliver the genre goods despite a PG13 rating.
Don't let the haters gaslight you; studies show playing horror video games is surprisingly good for your mind, body, and soul!
Who says horror isn't romantic? Celebrate Valentine's Day with a look at 15 of the best, most swoon-worthy couples in horror history.
Ready for a little gothic horror? Join us "Down a Dark Hall" for a look at the supernatural, women-led film adaptation of a 70s novel.
Jamie Lee Curtis may be the quintessential final girl, but the hidden genre gem "Mother's Boys" proves she's also so good at playing so bad.
We dare to face the heartbreak and horror of the dark fairytale "Moon Garden" and the almost unbearably hard-to-watch "Soft & Quiet".
Before "Blair Witch" became a phenomenon, there was a little-seen, lackluster but innovative found footage film called "The Last Broadcast".
We check on the children and sell our souls in tribute to the genre staple, the babysitter. Let's dig into "The Babysitter: Killer Queen".
It's time to shoot another genre gem out of the Cannon as we discuss the insane cult classic film from Cannon Films, "Ninja III".
We look back at one of the biggest hits of 2022, "Smile", and review what it sure to be one of the best films of 2023, "BlackBerry".
Join us for part five of our countdown of the top 100 horror films. In this, the penultimate episode, we cover films 29-11 in the list.
After back-to-back special episodes on mainstream horror, we return to talking about our love of indie horror with two hot new releases.
We interview popular UK filmmaker James "Jim" Eaves about his latest film "You Might Get Lost" and about the evolution of British horror.
We're back at the theater for another new horror film release — our most anticipated of 2023 — "Evil Dead Rise". Is it another franchise hit?
This month, it's back to the 80s, baby. We're gonna pave Paradise and put up a shopping mall, all in the name of some sweet revenge.
It's the first entry in a wildly popular horror franchise with a new sequel on the way, but is "Insidious" a door worth walking through?
Join us as we wander out too far and get lost in the desert with this week's horror double feature: "Zzyzx" and "Horror in the High Desert".
Before it was time for the "Evil Dead" to "Rise", they were reborn with Fede Álvarez grisly 2013 re-imagining of Sam Raimi's cult classic.
It was time once again for us to head to the theater so we could sink our teeth into the highly anticipated Nicolas Cage vehicle "Renfield".
In our Spotlight Series, we honor genre legends and horror heroes. This week, we celebrate the genius of "Evil Dead" mastermind Sam Raimi.
We review two recent indie horror releases, the found footage social satire "Followers" and the J-horror remake of the cult hit "Cube".
From the art of kung-fu mastery to artistic genius, we explore a couple of wildly different new releases, "Fist of the Condor" and "Paint".
Ready for a twisted tale of greed, murder, and miraculous survival? We dive into the true crime horror of the Bluebelle ship massacre.
As Women in Horror Month comes to a close, now is a great time to discover homegrown horror from one of indie horror's best-kept secrets.
A dazzling debut, "Like I Used To" is a slick slasher novel about women, written by a woman, that impresses with both beauty and depth.
It's Women's Month, and we're thrilled to spotlight the multi-faceted author and artist Tilly McGill, a talented woman of horror.
Featuring two substantial short stories by two authors at the top of their game, "Hacked in Two" is a perfectly executed, entertaining read.
Authors Paul Gandersman and Peter Hall discuss their book " The Dead Friends Society" plus join us for a retro review of the iconic "Scream".
Modeling your writing career after Stephen King may be a lofty goal, but there's much you can learn from the master to hone your craft.
"Hot Off the Press" is a killer collection of short horror fiction from industry icons and influencers, with all proceeds benefiting charity.
Jacquelyn Stolos' first novel "Edendale" is a layered and uniquely millennial take on the eco-horror genre.
"Consume" is a gripping and all-too-relatable tale of terror from the perspective of a troubled teen girl driven by self-doubt and obsession.
"We Haunt These Woods" is quite a devious and devilish little read from a strong voice in the indie horror scene.
Devilishly fun, full of surprises, and impossible to put down, "The Thirteen Black Cats of Edith Penn" is spellbinding from beginning to end.
Heartbreakingly relatable and emotionally investing, "Jake, the Failure" is a triumph of short-form filmmaking about disillusionment.
"Crypto" is a short horror film that will remind viewers of the wild ride that is the crypto market — and the high price of modern tech.
Discover the five stellar shorts nominated for a Fangoria Chainsaw Award, together representing the most impressive short-form films of 2022.
Celebrating diversity and representation, the work of talented women filmmakers around the world received a well-deserved stage at SXSW 2023.
Some of the most riveting, unforgettable, and profoundly affecting shorts out of SXSW were showcased during the music video competition.
We celebrate the beauty of two art forms that don't get nearly enough love — short film and animation — with a look at five SXSW standouts.
In part one of our SXSW Short Films roundups, we bring you five of our favorites from the fest; discover tomorrow's shining stars today.
The new digital short-form horror platform Red Tower bursts onto the scene with the chilling, practical effects-driven short "Esther".
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