Scary, shocking, and strangely heartfelt, this surprising indie film defies categorization; “I’ll Take your Dead” will take a piece of your heart. Movies can …continue reading Reel Review: I’ll Take Your Dead (2018)
We continue exploring the far too relatable songs of Bruce Springsteen, bringing you five more shiver-inducing tracks that are quietly horrifying. Springsteen has written …continue reading The Soft Horror of Bruce Springsteen (Part 4)
Costume designer Megan Spatz discusses her work on “The Curse of La Llorona”, her career, and her support of other female-identifying artists. Megan Spatz …continue reading Artist Spotlight: Megan Spatz (Costume Designer)
Revenge gets served by a J-horror inspired spirit in “Shutter”, a Thailand ghost film that manages to feel fresh in spite of its familiarity. …continue reading Reel Review: Shutter (Thailand, 2004)
A public service reminder about the importance of maintaining our childlike wonder and belief in monsters…even as we grow into rational, cynical adults. Legends, …continue reading The Importance of Imagining Monsters
While you may think local history is ho-hum, you’d be surprised how much rich, dramatic, and even haunted history resides in your own backyard. …continue reading Local History Isn’t Boring, It’s Haunting!
Our worst fears are out there, lurking, maybe closer than we care to admit; and it’s the fear of just how close that keeps …continue reading Face Your Fears: Unknown Proximity
Fantasia Film Festival’s “Small Gauge Trauma 2018” offers an eclectic selection of short films from around the world that truly bring the horror. When …continue reading Fantasia 2018: Small Gauge Trauma (Horror Shorts)