With some solid work paying tribute to Fulci and his ilk, Blood Ballet makes it roots well known but non-existent narrative and bland non-kill scenes ruin the mood.
While it takes some time to find it’s footing, The Chilling Adventures of Sabina succeeds in bringing a warm smile to the face of horror fans, exceeds in it’s horror, and Shipka is a star.
Although it starts with a bit of a drag, some practical effects and gooey gory body counts help The Heretics a worthwhile addition to the new wave of cult horror.
We don’t say this often, but this film is fuuuuuuucking adorable.
Horror auteur Todd Sheets presents a fun, wild ride with Bonehill Road, that’s a genre bender with fantastic practical effects from Joe Castro.
If Keep An Eye Out was a holiday card, I’d mail it to everyone I know
CAM may be the best under the radar horror film of 2018.
Timo Tjahjanto brings the visceral pain in The Night Comes For Us, a brutal ballet of violence and frenetic mayhem.
Jerry Smith is here to tell you that not is Halloween an amazing film, it’s one of the most important slashers ever made.
You won’t want to miss this slice of lo-fi science fiction.
Apostle is powerfully led by all parties, actors and director alike, and Gareth Evans along with Dan Stevens deliver an outstanding vicious film for Netflix viewers.
Todd Spence introduces us to Mikus, which will strike a horror fueled chord with childhood.
Megan gives us her thoughts on the newest flick from genre legend Michael Ironside!
FX master Jim Ojala’s directorial debut feels clunky at times but features excellent gore effects and creature design.
With the inaugural entry of Into the Dark, Paul Davis gets things rolling right with a brilliant blend of genres in The Body.
In his newest film, Anthony DiBlasi proves that he’s becoming a master of the genre, in both the ways of storytelling, visuals and scares.
Capitalizing on an excellent score and set design, Sleep No More uses effective eighties nostalgia to create an interesting spin on the recent “sleep” horror trend.
Jerry Smith sits down with the Grinners to just have a heart to heart and explain why Mandy is as great as you’ve read and what makes it a masterful performance from Cage and excellent film from Cosmatos.
Danny Cohen explores more of Fantastic Fest with a handful of hard to find treasures, including shot-on-video slasher Blood Lake.
Brett Simmon’s doesn’t shy away from the fan base he’s directly winking at in the horror trope deconstruction film You Might Be The Killer.
Mandy may be getting all the word of mouth but Between Worlds is the can’t miss Nic Cage movie of the year.
Contributing writer hits the festival circuit with one of the biggest and best: Fantastic Fest. In days one and two, he views the most anticipated horror movie of the year as well as a pair of international pictures.
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.