Andy Mitton’s The Harbinger captures COVID and pandemic life in a portrait of two nightmare-plagued friends.
This piece was written by Sachin Hingoo, a freelance writer when he is not working at an office job that is purpose-built for paying the bills while he works as a freelance writer. His writing has appeared on Mcsweeneys.net, the CBC Street Level Blog, Ohmpage.ca, Popshifter.com, and The Midnight Madness Blog for the Toronto International Film Festival. He has also been featured at Toronto lecture series Trampoline Hall. His mutant power is 'feigning interest'.
The 2022 Holiday Gift Guide continues with some special horror limited editions from Raven Banner!
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We have a bounty of horror news this week, from new projects from Osgood Perkins and the fine folks behind the IT series, as well as info about an unreleased Guillermo Del Toro Lovecraft adapation and a whole lot more! Check it all out in The Week in Horror!
Ryan Coogler’s Black Panther: Wakanda Forever takes on the difficult task of mourning the franchise’s star, driving the Black Panther arc forward, and delivering a message about colonialism.
Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead’s ‘Something in the Dirt’ portrays a kind of cosmic horror that can only be born of friendship.
The Week in Horror has news about the newest from Coralie Fargeat, Shelly Duvall’s first movie in two decades, and an important horror short about the stigma against people living with HIV/AIDS.
Jeffery X Martin and Sachin Hingoo crack open Guillermo Del Toro’s “Cabinet of Curiosities” and run down the many delights contained therein!
James Cameron’s ‘Avatar: The Way of Water’ has a brand new trailer! Check it out here in advance of the film’s release on December 16.
In this week’s The Week in Horror, check out an Indian werewolf comedy, a sweet horror memorabilia auction, and big news about the Evil Dead franchise and a Friday the 13th prequel series!
got scoops on a sweet new release of Canadian classic Black Christmas, a new live-action adaptation of the Death Note anime, and a whole lot more! Check it all out in The Week in Horror!
Alexandre O. Phillipe’s ‘Lynch/OZ’ explores the connections between the art of David Lynch and the 1939 classic The Wizard of Oz, perhaps making you rethink both.