A24’s ‘The Tragedy of Macbeth’ boasts one of the most stunning trailers I’ve seen this year.
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'.
Jean Luc Herbulot’s ‘Saloum’ is a story that feels both big (as in continent-spanning) and small (as in deeply personal) that can be compared to ‘From Dusk Till Dawn’ or ‘Predator’, but feels entirely unique.
Yeon Sang-Ho’s Hellbound presents a world where the line between Hell and Earth is paper thin, and the threat of being damned is real.
In Antoine Fuqua’s The Guilty, Jake Gyllenhaal presents a layered character whose inner turmoil bleeds into his duty and desire to help a desperate family, and in doing so, perhaps redeem himself.
This week’s edition of The Week in Horror has alligator antics, crazy chestnuts, The Undtertaker, and more!
When either set of credits roll on Julia Ducournau’s Titane, the most likely feeling you’ll have is a kind of delicious whiplash, or disorientation. You may not know what you’re in for, or what you’ve just witnessed, but you’ll likely be certain that you’ve seen something special.
This week’s horror news has scoops on the new Resident Evil reboot, a new anthology from Guillermo Del Toro, a bunch of trailers, a NECA release, and more!
Shannon Spurill, wrestling’s Daffney Unger, passed away this week and it was indicative of an industry that needs to change.
This week’s horror news covers stuff from TV (Yellowjackets), a movie that scared the pants off an audience at CinemaCon last week (The Black Phone), not one but two home invasion flicks, and…CRABS?!
Violent, grotesque, and dialogue-free, Phil Tippett’s ‘Mad God’ is the crowning achievement of a prolific career in visual effects.
While all of Richard E. Bates Jr.’s other projects feature, in some way, a journey of reflection and self-actualization, King Knight may be the first to really achieve it.
This week, I’ve got a bangin’ new joint from John Carpenter from the score of Halloween Kills, news on the exciting new films in the second series of Amazon’s Welcome to the Blumhouse, a new trailer for Iranian horror Zalava, and more!