What Lies Below is a horror-thriller that pulls you along in its wake despite the fact that some parts of the plot dissolve like salt in water.
Tales of the Uncanny is a deep dive into the horror anthology and the definitive word on the subject.
Topside is a grim but intimately-observed gem, one that Sachin Hingo cannot believe is a directorial debut from Celine Held and Logan George.
Madeline Sims-Fewer and Dusty Mancinelli’s Violation isn’t explicitly a horror film, but it’s grisly enough to be horror-adjacent.
The Curse of Audrey Earnshaw is an enchanting witch tale that doesn’t quite offer enough of a direction to pay off its intriguing groundwork.
In Amelia Moses’ feature debut, Bleed With Me, big-time scares are traded for much more nuanced prods at her viewers’ comfort levels.
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