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Offseason is Divertingly Mysterious [SXSW 2021 Review]

Offseason is undoubtedly un film de Mickey Keating, which will either fill you with excitement or dread. Opening with the great Melora Walters (give her more work!) delivering a monologue to camera be...

Shadowman

Shadowman #01 [Comic Review]

The flagship Valiant character is resurrected for a new (and exceedingly bloody) reboot series. Does it succeed where other revamps haven’t? Shadowman is a character that’s gone through quite a ...

Slaxx Boasts One Seriously Killer Pair of Pants [Review]

Oftentimes, with horror movies, a goofy premise works better on paper than it does in practice. You only have to look to the recent Aquaslash – a film about a killer waterslide – for evidence that a g...

Witch Hunt is Radical Horror [SXSW 2021 Review]

Witch Hunt, the sophomore feature from writer-director Elle Callahan (Head Count), opens with two definitions of its title. The first is the traditional one, while the second considers how the term ha...

Don't Tell a Soul

Don’t Tell a Soul is a Riveting, Tense Must See [Review]

Don’t Tell a Soul follows Matt (Fionn Whitehead of Black Mirror ) and Joey (Jack Dylan Grazer of IT) who commit a bit of breaking and entering to help their mother (Mena Suvari of American Horror Stor...

Dreamcatcher Falls Short of Slasher Stardom

First impressions paint Dreamcatcher as a slasher flick with promise. The opening scene is gripping, and hints that solid scares may be on the horizon. Unfortunately, what follows is a film that fails...

Wrong Turn Takes an Unexpected Detour from the Original [Review]

In 2003, writer Alan B. McElroy and director Rob Schmidt introduced the first Wrong Turn movie, which was incredibly frightening and grotesque. The film saw inbred cannibals prey upon a group of stran...

Dementer

Dementer Review

Dementer is an original film that defies categorization. This picture has an authentic and genuinely disturbing feel created by a mix of grainy, surreal imagery seamlessly woven into a stark reality t...

Shomer

Exorcisms are Out, the Shomer is In: The Vigil [Review]

Move aside exorcisms and antichrists. Horror has a new religious angle: the Shomer. The Vigil is a fresh and unsettling debut by first-time writer/director, Keith Thomas. The film takes place over the...