The Week in Horror remembers composer Krysztof Penderecki and has news on a new season of Castlevania.
Tim Murr remembers the amazing work and legacy of famed horror filmmaker Stuart Gordon.
The Week in Horror with Tim Murr looks at a trio of films set for release in the coming months.
The Hunt is a comedic, violent satire that takes on both sides of the political aisles. It’s my favourite film of 2020 so far.
It was a solid weekend at the box office, as Universal managed to turn the tide of recently low-performing horror films with the release of The Invisible Man.
Producer and co-writer Jordan Peele is bringing us a new Candyman film, directed by Nia DaCosta.
It’s been a while since a horror trailer has really made me cringe, so congrats to Saint Maud for getting it done.
Out now on Blu-ray, Zombieland: Double Tap just feels like a pleasant regurgitation of the first film.
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.
Sea of Sorrows from IDW will blend of horror, folklore, and history and will be sure to have you sinking into the mystery of the vast waters.
Universal and Blumhouse are finally releasing The Hunt this coming Friday, March 13th.
There’s a new Saw film coming and it’s got some pretty big names attached to it – Chris Rock and Samuel L. Jackson.