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"Pursued" shows promise but fails to deliver serious thrills or campy fun, languishing in the uninspired limbo between suspense and slasher.
Wacky, absurdist, and endearing, "Pink Rabbit" is a surreal trip with a surprising amount of depth for those who dig deeper.
Controversial, disturbing, thought-provoking, and at times hilarious, "Poundcake" delivers equal parts horror, satire, and social commentary.
It's odd to wax poetic about an overblown action spectacle, but "John Wick: Chapter 4" is wildly thrilling and mesmerizing from the word go.
"Followers" is a uniquely British and lackluster attempt to show just how far some will go to achieve fame in this social media-driven age.
Bishal Dutta's impressive directorial debut is a chilling allegory for a painful identity crisis told through a unique lens we rarely see.
A strange trip, even for French films, "Let the Corpses Tan" is a weird, wild homage to spaghetti westerns that's anything but ordinary.
Brittany Snow dazzles in her directorial debut — crafting a personal but relatable tale of the path to redemption in the wake of destruction.
You may not want to watch a documentary about menstruation, but you need to because "Periodical" is compelling, important, and eye-opening.
An entertaining homage to 80s slashers, "She Came From the Woods" is best enjoyed with friends and a fun game of 'guess the genre reference'.
It may be sexy and subversive, but "On The Edge" is really a heartbreaking portrayal of the horrors we endure to find redemption and rebirth.
The smartly scripted, well-executed, female-driven thriller "Hunt Her, Kill Her" is refreshingly real while still utterly engaging.
Stylish and sincere, "Deadly Dealings" is a flawed but fun supernatural slasher exemplifying the passion and creativity of indie filmmaking.
Though not as bleak and brutal as you might expect or hope for, "The Park" beautifully celebrates humanity in the face of hopelessness.
Though it may feel familiar, "The Creeping" is a slow-burn ghost film elevated by effective chills and stellar production values.
The heartwarming documentary "A Pebble in the Pond" may seem like a simple celebration of good deeds, but it might just alter your core.
You may have seen "Skinamarink", but have you truly experienced it the way it was meant to be experienced? A closer look may be warranted.
A challenging but beautiful, thought-provoking, and moving film, "The Way Out" is a tense, thrilling, and character-driven powerhouse.
A low-budget 'girls in peril' effort with refreshing representation, "Those Who Call" has a great ring to it, but is it worth picking up for?
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.
Body representation in horror is hard to find, but if you'd like to see some great performances from larger actors, we've got you covered.
77% of people regularly experience physical symptoms from stress. Here are five enjoyable ways you can de-stress from home.
Whatever mood you're in, we've got you covered with five diverse, queer-friendly genre films guaranteed to ignite your date night.
Horror continues to dominate both the box office and the conversation, and genre films are once again at the forefront of social change.
We kick off the new year with a look at some of the best holiday horror songs and soundtracks to spin from now through Valentine's Day.
Looking for some seasonal sounds that are both naughty and nice? Load up the sleigh with these five Christmas horror soundtracks that slay!
In the world of cinema, a low budget is often a huge detriment, but these 10 genre films prove you can make a masterpiece on a micro budget.
If you're hungry for a little Thanksgiving horror, our writers share ten tasty holiday favorites that aren't the same ol' dish.
Looking for a great new horror film to watch? These three can't-miss films deliver, whether you want suspense, splatter, or slasher fun.
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.
Whether you're a student looking for light escapism or some truly terrifying and thought-provoking genre fare, we've got the best in class.
Pack your sunscreen and teeniest bikini, and let's head South for Spring Break shenanigans with bad cops, evil twins, and Crispin Glover.
Mystery lovers and true crime fans, join us as we explore the unexplained death of a Hollywood legend, Natalie Wood, and review new evidence.
We discussed a couple of highly buzzed-about indie horror films from SXSW 2023: "Only the Good Survive" and "Satan Wants You".
Mystery lovers and true crime fans, join us as we explore every Toronto hockey fan’s worst nightmare: Matthew Hoffman, The Leaf Killer.
In honor of St. Patrick's Day, we celebrate Irish horror with the comedy slasher "Stitches" — as selected by our listeners.
Join us for a special podcast minisode where your co-hosts discuss the latest horror film to take theaters by storm, "Cocaine Bear".
We discuss two anticipated new releases and ask what's better, an elevated but inaccessible film or a schlocky but entertaining mess?
Join us for part four of our countdown featuring the top 100 horror films — from arthouse to exploitation and everything in between.
If you think your Valentine's Day was bad, wait until you discover the sheer 80's madness of "Hospital Massacre".
In honor of Black History Month, we review two black horror films, old and new, and discuss their exploration of interesting themes.