Review: David Cronenberg’s ‘Crimes of the Future’ is a Return to Twisted Form

David Cronenberg’s Crimes of the Future represents a return to the director’s twisted body horror form, an intersection and natural progression of the worlds built in Crash and Existenz, exploring intense body modification and the consumption of bodies for art.

The Week in Horror: ‘Love Lies Bleeding’, ‘Torn Hearts’, ‘DASHCAM’, + more!

This week’s horrors come in the form of new stuff from Rose Glass, a scary tale from the cutthroat world of country music from Brea Grant, a fresh composition from John Carpenter, and the All Elite Wrestling stars give their scary movie picks. All that and more in The Week in Horror!

The Week in Horror: ‘Interview With The Vampire’, ‘The Lake’, Cannes Frontieres Market, ‘Trip’, + more!

To commemorate Easter (everyone’s favourite zombie story), I’ve got a packed edition of The Week in Horror, with some appropriately gruesome and disturbing content from The Sadness, Trip, and the wild practical effects of a Thai film called The Lake. Hop on down the bunny trail and join me, won’t you?

The Week in Horror: ‘Sister Death’, ‘Mad God’, ‘Welcome to Derry’, + more!

Lots of news and new releases on the first The Week in Horror of April! Check out news about a prequel to Paco Plaza’s Veronica, a previously-unseen George A. Romero short film, and some hot new trailers. Check it all out here!