Infrared offers a more personal journey into things that go numb in the night.
Marie Gilbert says director Maxwell McCabe-Lokos’ film Stanleyville is an unexpected joyride into madness.
Aftermath is a superb thriller that keeps you on the edge of your seat.
With The Bloody Man, co-writer/director Daniel Benedict was able to bring together a real horror story with heart.
In A Town Full of Ghosts, Mark and Jena invest their entire life savings on an abandoned ghost town and get more than they bargained for.
While Only Lovers Left Alive has been out for some time, the film has captured the dark romantic soul of Marie Gilbert.
Who do you fear more…God or Satan? That is the question a former priest must ask himself in Mark O’Brien’s dark tale of penance and redemption in The Righteous.
Marie Gilbert says that director Jon Binkowski’s Scare Zone delivers the frights.
In Blake Ridder’s film Help, Grace learns that a weekend at her friends, reveals a lot of deadly secrets.
For Marie Gilbert, Children of Sin covers all of the weird stuff we’ve been witnessing the last few years.
The Long Night hits home with its spooky Rosemary’s Baby vibe about expectations.
Marie Gilbert tells us why The Trip is worth taking on Netflix.