Joseph Perry checks into FilmQuest with DANIEL ISN’T REAL and VOLITION.
Shudder’s Creepshow is your new favorite show. Easy.
Rob Zombie brings his notorious family back from the brink of destruction for a full tilt storm of violence and grindhouse fun.
It seems the hype is real for Villains, a twist on the home invasion genre that Rachael ran through her emotions with.
Michelle Swope returns to Abaddon House with her look at Hell House LLC III: Lake of Fire.
Eric Mayo dives into the greatness that is Grady Hendrix and his vast coverage of paperback horror novels in Paperbacks from Hell.
Full of spirt, gore and fun, Candy Corn will have you craving a sequel.
The new haunt subgenre gets a Eli Roth infused entry with Haunt.
Freaks is a family drama that blends super heroics and ostracism in an almost painfully poignant manner.
Tommy checks in with the kids from Derry, all grown up, and the walking nightmare that is the Dancing Clown.
RLJE Films will release SATANIC PANIC in Theaters, On Demand and Digital on September 6, 2019.
Ricky Bates Jr proves that he is still only moving up in his newest dark horror comedy Tone-Deaf.
Top to bottom, Ready or Not is one of the most beautifully made and spectacularly fun films in years.
Did we mention that Fall Out Boy’s Patrick Stump provides the soundtrack?
Keola Racela plays in the horror and comedy sandboxes with enjoyable results from both.
Check out why, in spite of a few shortcomings, Sarah Stubbs ends up having a lot of fun with Dread’s new Bigfoot horror film Hoax.
Zach Gayne proves a lot with a little in the oddball Homewrecker.
Chris and Joseph tackle a few more films from Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival; this time covering dark comedy Mope, slow burn thriller In the Quarry, and one of Rutger Hauer’s final roles in The Sonata.
Luz is the international must see sensation of the year.
The newest from Dread is a welcome hybrid of two beloved genres, blending The Strangers and found footage with perfect balance.
Eric Mayo checked out the much begrudged CHILD’S PLAY and ended up delightfully surprised.
From Overlook Film Festival, Ryan reviews the Samuel Goldwyn Films new age creepy pasta.
I just had to with the pun.
Get ready to transport yourself into the wonderfully weird world of Twin Peaks via an auditory adventure.
Full of tension and atmosphere, coupled with stunning cinematography, Dachra is a must see debut out of Tunisia.
Straight from Overlook, Knives and Skin is a Lynchian mystery that grabs audiences with fantastic visuals and gripping performances.
Passing the Bechdel test with ease is just one of the reasons Kalli loved Miles Doleac’s film Hallowed Ground.
Joseph Perry reports back from Crimson Screen Horror Film Fest with a range of must see screams.
Although the kitchen sink approach doesn’t fully work here, some shining slices of the full pie make Redcon-1 a worthy addition to Dread’s slate.
The feature debut from Chelsea Stardust is not only a wonderful introduction to her talent but a glimpse of her promising future.