Elisabeth Moss turns in a career-best performance in Leah Whannell’s The Invisible Man.
Projects like Alexandra Serio’s Tingle Monsters are a reason why Final Girls and other festivals that specifically give women and non-binary filmmakers a platform are so important.
Carlo Mirabella-Davis’s thriller Swallow is a twisted cake that never feels regurgitated from other genre projects
If you grew up in the 80s and 90s burning through every scary movie in your local shop’s horror section, you’ll like Knifemare.
Joker arrives on Blu-ray today, just as dark and downbeat as it was in theatres. And just as good.
Scotty G is one of the most avid moviegoers we’ve ever met. He went to see Cats! On that note, we asked him to share his favourite movies in the 2010s. He didn’t disappoint.
For film buffs or all sorts, this year brought some very cool reissues of classic movies that deserve the souped-up treatment.
Rabid is the Soska’s best film since American Mary and shows a lot of stylistic growth from the duo.
With Doctor Sleep, writer/director Mike Flanagan delivers a superior sequel that honours the work of both Stephen King and Stanley Kubrick.
Red Letter Day ratchets up the paranoia, big laughs, and practical gore effects to create a wild and unique horror experience.
Sometimes a film angers you so much, you have to sit down in front of your computer and just get it all out. Terminator: Dark Fate is one such film.
With Girl on the Third Floor, director and co-writer Travis Stevens has crafted a solid Lovecraft-esque haunted house film that delivers an omnipresent feeling of unease.