A mutated virus brings the worst out of everyone in ‘The Sadness,’ an unflinchingly violent, blood-covered Taiwanese horror. @Shudder @RavenBanner
To its credit, The Advent Calendar avoids the typical killer Santa Claus tropes and attempts to create a singular horror in the holiday horror sub-genre.
The Shudder original film “Dead And Beautiful” attempts to overlay the vampire mythos onto the secretive world of the incredibly rich.
Kurtis Harder’s Spiral is a worthwhile watch for the carefully-considered genre take on trauma.
Shudder does it right, Netflix does it wrong, and Begos does a vampire movie as Tim Murr escorts us through The Week in Horror.
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.’
‘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’ kicks off February with ‘Horror Noire,’ Women in Horror Month, news about some high-profile remakes, and the remembrance of a legend.
This edition of The Week in Horror includes the return of Leprechaun, a Don Coscarelli autobio, neo-giallo ‘Cold Hell’ and much more.
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’
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
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’