‘I’ll Take Your Dead,’ a Toronto After Dark Film Festival entrant, brings three seemingly disparate genres together by presenting powerhouse performances.
BHFF selection ‘Empathy, Inc.’ overcomes its budget limitation by focusing on character to tell its virtual reality horror story.
One of the most exciting new genre festivals in the US, the Brooklyn Horror Festival, is coming up and is definitely worth your time.
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.
There’s a buffet of evil, laced with some extremely sweet dance moves, to feast on in Gaspar Noe’s latest, Climax.
The 2018 TIFF selection, ‘Endzeit,’ presents a decidedly feminist viewpoint towards the inevitable zombie holocaust and a unique visual style.
Sometimes, you want something completely innovative, a concept that you could never conceive of on your own. But other times, and What Keeps You Alive is one of these times, you want a classic concept that is executed at the highest level.
The Fantasia 2018 selection, ‘Tigers Are Not Afraid,’ is a magical and tragic must-see film set against the violent backdrop of the Mexican drug wars.
With Hurt, Mallhi explores the idea that the masks we all wear, the masks of decency that we put on to hide our inner turmoil or trauma just to function in society, are always this close to slipping.
The Witch Part One: The Subversion,’ South Korean director Park Hoon-jung’s latest film, graces Fantasia 2018 with a hefty dose of violence, but doesn’t bring audiences much of anything new.
Big Van Vader, who passed away on June 18th, 2018, was everything you could ever expect from a ‘big man’ wrestler, and then some.
Simians reign supreme and wrestling gets weird in Sachin Hingoo’s faves of 2017.