Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead’s ‘Something in the Dirt’ portrays a kind of cosmic horror that can only be born of friendship.
Jeffery X Martin and Sachin Hingoo crack open Guillermo Del Toro’s “Cabinet of Curiosities” and run down the many delights contained therein!
A genuine crowd pleaser from Alex de la Iglesias’ Fear Collection collaboration with Amazon Prime Video, Jaume Balaguero’s Venus blends a siege movie, crime thriller, and cosmic horror together into perfect midnight movie fare.
What Brett Morgen’s Bowie-bio Moonage Daydream achieves is to display, celebrate, and most importantly to understand the many ways that the world fascinated Bowie and vice versa.
Lana Wachowski’s ‘The Matrix: Resurrections’ is the most daring big-budget tentpole of 2021 and certainly of the franchise as a whole.
Reviews of short films ‘David’ and ‘Liza Anonymous’ from Dorianne Emmerton (@headonist) at the 2021 Tribeca Film Festival!
Why not buy books from people who write for a living? It’s a good idea, you know, and this installment of the Holiday Gift Guide 2019 shows it.
Retro side-scroller ‘Fight’N Rage’ brings old arcade fighting games to mind, but not much else. Richard Kirwin places his review In the Game.
With the entire anthology series being relaunched by Riverdale Avenue Press, this is a great time to read ‘Borderlands Volume One.’
Simple Minds brought their tour to Ohio recently and guest writer, photographer Julie Finley, was there to capture it in words and pictures.
While its graphic nature is already the stuff of legend, there’s more to Isabella Eklov’s clinical and terrifying first feature, ‘Holiday,’ than that one scene.
Can Evrenol is nothing if not a student of the horror game, and his new film Housewife plays out like a highlight reel of his influences.