A24 has released the trailer for Claire Denis’s English language debut, the stunning space thriller High Life. Take a look and check out some other A24 films that have us excited for this release.
Ian West has decided to jump into the massive filmography of Jess Franco and starts with The Diabolical Dr. Z!
Eric takes a look at the not-so-subtle horror influences of one of the nineties greatest cartoons, Courage the Cowardly Dog
The Grinners chime in our their most anticipated of 2019 in the horror genre. Wow. Get stoked.
Eric Mayo has come up with a triple feature that has one major theme: loss of one integral sense. What could be more terrifying?
We’re here to make things happy and we have a few ways to do so.
Some opinions from the Ghastly Grinning staff writers about their favorite horror pieces from the year!
Eric is here to break down why End of Days is the definitive movie to ring in the New Year with!
Matt Trask makes a compelling case for why Marcus Nispels’ 2009 Friday the 13th, is a worthy (and often superior) entry of the film series catalogue.
Titans is better than anyone expected and this has a lot to do with it’s horror royalty inspirations.
Jerry presents his list of his favorite franchises best moments, ranging from the Michael-less Halloween III to the newest juggernaut, Halloween (2018).
Whether you like the movie or not, don’t hate on it just because “remake” is a word involved.
Contributing writer Mike Vlastnik has a Halloween playlist that breaks the norm and gets heavy as fuck.
Ian revisits the shocking classic.
Jerry Smith bares his soul to the truth in Hereditary that calls to him in the most raw and real ways possible.
Amanda Rebholz breaks down why American Murder Song live is a show you must seek out and one hell of a magically macabre evening.
Why we’re excited about Extremity and why Anthony DiBlasi is a must watch director.
Freddy vs Jason fifteen years later. It’s just a lot of fun.
Our own Amanda Rebholz takes a look at the new The First Purge, and reflects back on the franchise as a whole, calling out how the Blumhouse staple has become a Romero-esque commentary on American politics and unrest.
Horror and Metal go hand in hand. Freddy has a loving tribute for the recent loss of a Metal God.
Freddy concludes his retrospective of Graham Skippers work with an interview on his directorial debut, Sequence Break!
Joseph reports back from Portland preeminent horror film fest!
Grab your Nixon Masks and fill up your irons, it’s gonna be a WEIRD one.
Freddy continues his retrospective of Graham Skipper’s career with his work on Jackson Stewarts Beyond the Gates!
Freddy and Graham are back to talk about Joe Bego’s telekinetic opus!
In a four part series our very own Freddy sat down with Graham Skipper (The Minds Eye, Beyond The Gates) to discuss his body of work ahead of his directorial debut, Sequence Break, premiering on Shudder May 24th!
Contributing writer Ryan Daley takes us on a trip back to 1999 when two star-studded genre films crashed against each other on their opening weekend. Looking back now, where do Stir of Echoes and Stigmata stand.
With a June 1st release imminent, we need to preach the good word of Upgrade.
How this writer doubted the master class of Tobe Hooper and was proven totally wrong.
All that these walk out’s have done is give an AMAZING buzz behind LVT’s next film.