Dark Side of the Ring is hard to watch and will almost certainly leave you angry, confused, and heartbroken, but starts a necessary conversation about what led to, and resulted from, Chris Benoit’s unspeakable act.
Zombie Army 4 is a great package that is worth your time and money if you’re at all into this sort of thing.
Elisabeth Moss turns in a career-best performance in Leah Whannell’s The Invisible Man.
It came from space and ate our brains packs a lot into a small, affordable package.
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
Isa Mazzei’s memoir seeks to crush the preconceived notions and assumptions that many people have about the sex industry.
For a short film, ‘Blood Oak’ from BCS Films brings the wintry horror, being a worthy entry into the small genre of upstate New York horror.
No combination of comics and rock and roll has proved more exciting, more perfect than the story of David Bowie and the artistry of Michael Allred.
Red Letter Day ratchets up the paranoia, big laughs, and practical gore effects to create a wild and unique horror experience.
The Mortuary Collection is sure to make its way into heavy rotation around Spook-a-Doodle time.
Frostpunk’s biggest success is that it provides real gravity to the usual strategy formula