“The Fallout” takes a different approach to analyzing the impact of school shootings and mass gun violence by exploring what happens next. Incidents like …continue reading Headlines and Horror: The Fallout (2021)
Heartbreakingly relatable and emotionally investing, “Jake, the Failure” is a triumph of short-form filmmaking about disillusionment. Few horrors are more profound than feeling like …continue reading Short Takes: Jake, The Failure (2023)
With an intriguing premise, solid scares, and impressive visuals, “Black Mold” blends psychological and supernatural horror to great effect. Right out of the gate, …continue reading Panic Fest 2023: Black Mold
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. Genevieve …continue reading Reel Review: DID I? (2023)
An emotionally investing, empathetic look at rape and revenge through a unique perspective, “Rose Plays Julie” is compelling and important. Horror is a fluid …continue reading Frights and Feelings: Rose Plays Julie (2019)
The rising popularity of horror games can be linked to their uncanny ability to immerse us, engage our senses, and provoke strong emotions. Video …continue reading Why Do We Love Horror Games?
There’s a psychology to fear, and horror video games provide one of the best and most therapeutic ways to escape and face real-world horror. …continue reading Horror Games: So Good They’re Scary
Fear is a drug and one worth getting addicted to, as it’s both a healthy outlet and a therapeutic tool for healing and relieving …continue reading Can Horror Movies Help with Anxiety?
Horror games are often blamed for maladjusted youth, but they likely do more good than harm, including reducing anxiety and aggression. Can horror games …continue reading Can Horror Games Help With Anxiety?
It may be sexy and subversive, but “On The Edge” is really a heartbreaking portrayal of the horrors we endure to find redemption and …continue reading Sexy Sunday: On The Edge (2022)