Travis Stevens’ A Wounded Fawn plays a bit like Fresh by way of Peter Strickland at first, but it quickly becomes it’s own deliciously deranged thing.
Justin McConnell’s new film, Clapboard Jungle: Surviving the Independent Film Business, is a journey that is five years of his life trying to get various projects off the ground
In this edition of The Week in Horror, Tim Murr shares news on the new film from Girl on the Third Floor’s Travis Stevens, remembers Nick Tucci + more
The Week In Horror with Tim Murr looks at the success of The Invisible Man, shares his thoughts on Girl on the Third Floor and so much more.
It was an incredible decade for horror, and Tim Murr takes a deep look through the many highlights.
With Girl on the Third Floor, director and co-writer Travis Stevens has crafted a solid Lovecraft-esque haunted house film that delivers an omnipresent feeling of unease.
The Brooklyn Horror Film Festival has some amazing selections on tap for its fourth year! Take a look at some of the movies we’re looking forward to seeing.
‘The Week in Horror’ reveals early buzz for ‘Pet Sematary,’ a new character for ‘The Conjuring’ movies, and a Chan-Wook Zahler collaboration!
New movies from Larry Fessenden and Ari Aster are coming this year, and Tim Murr takes a look at some SXSW premieres for ‘The Week in Horror.’
Mohawk is the follow-up to director Ted Geoghegan’s 2015 film We Are Still Here, from a script he co-wrote with Grady Hendrix (the writer of Horrorstor, My Best Friend’s Exorcism, and Paperbacks From Hell). I was fortunate enough to catch an early screening in Syracuse this past Friday at the Palace Theater, where Geoghegan was in attendance to introduce the movie and do a Q&A at the end.