The Patriarchy Smashes You in Super-Violent Virus Movie ‘The Sadness’

A mutated virus brings the worst out of everyone in ‘The Sadness,’ an unflinchingly violent, blood-covered Taiwanese horror. @Shudder @RavenBanner

The Week In Horror: Vampires, and Zombies, and ‘Critters,’ Oh My!

Shudder does it right, Netflix does it wrong, and Begos does a vampire movie as Tim Murr escorts us through The Week in Horror.

The Week In Horror: ‘American Horror Project Vol. 2,’ ‘Child’s Play,’ ‘The Last Drive-In,’ ‘Swamp Thing’

Big news from Arrow Video, WonderCon, and the DCEU as Tim Murr remembers some genre icons while celebrating the drive-in mutants in ‘The Week in Horror.’

The Week In Horror: ‘Hellboy,’ Rondo Awards, ‘Critters’

‘Hellboy’ makes a fiery return, the Rondo Awards are coming, and Shudder brings ‘Critters’ back from space prison in this edition of The Week in Horror.

The Week In Horror: Represent, Remember, and Remake

‘The Week in Horror’ kicks off February with ‘Horror Noire,’ Women in Horror Month, news about some high-profile remakes, and the remembrance of a legend.

The Week In Horror: ‘Leprechaun,’ Don Coscarelli, ‘Cold Hell’ + More

This edition of The Week in Horror includes the return of Leprechaun, a Don Coscarelli autobio, neo-giallo ‘Cold Hell’ and much more.

Now Streaming On Shudder: ‘Lake Bodom’

There are those who might not be aware of “Nordic Noir,” a term used to describe the recent influx of Nordic genre films and television, but if the quality of … Continue reading Now Streaming On Shudder: ‘Lake Bodom’

Now Streaming On Shudder: Peeping Tom

It seems unbelievable that a masterpiece like Peeping Tom seriously derailed Michael Powell’s career, but that is just what happened. Peeping Tom was a departure for the director, known for … Continue reading Now Streaming On Shudder: Peeping Tom

Now Streaming On Shudder: Nicolas Roeg’s ‘The Man Who Fell To Earth’

David Bowie starred in quite a few movies during his career, including Labyrinth, Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence, and Absolute Beginners. Perhaps none is more metatextual, however, than Nicolas Roeg’s 1976 … Continue reading Now Streaming On Shudder: Nicolas Roeg’s ‘The Man Who Fell To Earth’