Ryan checked out Slice from A24 and Austin Vesely and it’s a charming retro throwback to a bygone era with modern flair, stoner humor, and one cool werewolf.
Blood Fest is a meta commentary on the genre as a whole and has enough blood and gore to satisfy any horror fan’s appetite.
Tapping into age old folklore and successfully using sound design to their advantage, Mara is a successfully frightening debut from Clive Tonge
Directors Bruhn and Rocco know exactly how to walk the fine line between laughs and mayhem with new standout horror comedy The Night Sitter.
Well some spectacular SFX and a few choice hallucination scenes, Among the Living creates some distance from other possession films that it otherwise straddles.
Striking Excision-esque chords, Dead Love has just enough to keep you fixated.
Shootout thriller Let The Corpses Tan is a great callback to sexy, violent exploitation of yesteryear.
Although the budget holds things back, Sparrowhawk Films has a fun little entry into the “sporror” sub genre with Ahockalypse.
Utilizing the full roster of Full Moon characters, the comic takes advantage of the fast universe and plays it fast and loose with one of it’s central characters.
The Meg isn’t anything Oscar caliber but we all know that’s not what we wanted. Instead, we get the tooth gnashing, summer blockbuster we all were dreaming of.
Joseph reviews the new fright flick featuring genre faves Barbara Crampton, Brea Grant, and AJ Bowen!
Bark at the moon this weekend with ANOTHER WOLFCOP!
Incident in Ghostland proves Pascal Laugier can still pack a punch post-Martyrs with this violent family affair.
Joseph Perry covers The Russian Bride from Cinepocalypse, a hokey yet fascinating movie with a little bit of everything.
Cop Baby has some genuine moments of heartfelt lessons and comedy but doesn’t quite deliver on the toddler action that seems promised.
Although the film features some great practical effects and some fun guest spots from Bill Moseley and professional wrestler John Hennigan, it can’t quite live up to slasher copycat greatness.
Joseph reviews the newest shorts from Izzy Lee and Rebekah Fieschi!
The elusive Sasquatch returns to screens on VOD/Physical July 3rd!
Megan Casady caught Tyler Savage’s family horror Inheritance, and thanks to stunning cinematography coupled alongside fantastic acting, she was all in.
You will not want to miss this documentary about the man behind the hockey mask: Kane Hodder.
Though The God Inside My Ear struggles to find it’s way, it looks beautiful and touts imagination the whole time.
Check out Ians retro-rewind review of Scream Factory’s epic release of FROM BEYOND!
They Remain is a cosmic mash-up of hard sci-fi and folk horror that is a messy must see.
Once again, King is back, proving why he’s true to his namesake. Mixing genres, The Outsider is a contemporary horror and crime novel.
Megan Casady dives into the Graham Skipper directorial debut Sequence Break, a mind-bending bitcore Lovecraft nightmare.
With shades of Lovecraft and King, this taut chiller arrives on VOD May 15th!
In this screening from the 2018 Chattanooga Film Festival, Mike wonders along the eccentric William Friedkin just what a real exorcism looks like and questions the authenticity of it all.
Joesph Perry brings us a look at two chilling new short films!
Is Family Blood a vampire film? The question has been asked and we have an answer: yes and no. Find out why.
Goodbye, little darlin', we're parting/Parting don't always mean goodbye/Although we had to part, you're always in my heart/Goodbye, little darlin', goodbye…