This isn’t the toy story you expected. Check out the trailer for the new horror movie, ‘Imaginary!’
Ho, Ho, Holy Balls! Get a good look at the teaser for ‘Terrifier 3!’
‘The Collection (2012)’ takes its shot and leaves a giant bloody stain on the screen! Check out Jeffery X Martin’s review as 31 Days of Horror churns through October!
With ‘Saw V (2008),’ the franchise takes a deep breath and collects itself before moving on. Find out more as 31 Days of Horror 2023 wants to play a game!
Nothing is what it seems in the big and dense ‘Saw III (2006),’ the latest installment of Jeffery X Martin’s ‘Saw’ retrospective for 31 Days of Horror 2023.
Sliding neatly in between the first two films, ‘Saw X (2023)’ is one of the best in the franchise. Jeffery X Martin and Sachin Hingoo discuss as 31 Days of Horror 2023 continues!
Things get weird in the woods in the excellent Fantasia 2023 selection, ‘Lovely, Dark, and Deep.’
Tribeca 2023: Guto Parente’s ‘A Strange Path’ is tense, and almost too real.
In this week’s The Week in Horror, check out the news here about a much-needed sequel to our new favourite Christmas horror, the eleventh installment of a classic Stephen King series, and much more!
Finding a purpose is a task everyone goes through in their own way. The High Note highlights multiple characters either finding that purpose or reestablishing their purpose.
BBP!’s Andy Burns talks to writer/director Adam Egypt Mortimer about his award-winning film Daniel Isn’t Real.
While the expected number one was exactly that, the ninth film from Quentin Tarantino managed a bit of a fairy tale at the box office this weekend.