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5 Great Rom-Zom-Coms (That Aren’t Shaun Of The Dead)

Shaun Of The Dead was released a whopping eighteen-years ago and in its wake there have been many, lesser pretenders to the throne–hell, the flick coined its own sub-genre, the lovingly-titled r...

The Witch

Seven Movies That Prove Folk Horror Needs More Love

Folk horror is rarely brought up in conversation with other sub-genres of horror. You never really hear it mentioned in the same breath as vampire movies or slashers—if you even hear it mentioned at a...

The Hitcher Rutger Hauer

Why ‘The Hitcher’ is Still Going Strong After More than 35-Years

1986 was a really good year for horror. It gave us some of the best fun, witty, smartly balanced horror comedies of the decade with Night of the Creeps and Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives. But it...

Maneater Can’t Even Be Bothered to Justify Its Existence [Review]

Shark movies are tough to get right, because it’s near impossible to present realistic-looking footage of these terrifying creatures in action. Even animatronics tend to be tougher to control in the w...

When I Consume You is Another Head-Scratcher from Perry Blackshear [Review]

Indie filmmaker Perry Blackshear is gradually carving out a niche for himself as a purveyor of thoughtful, strange, and often deeply unsettling horror movies following the release of They Look Like Pe...

Glorious Lives Up to Its Delightfully Deranged Premise [Review]

The premise of Glorious lends itself well to one of those delectable one-line synopses: A man is trapped in a bathroom with an otherworldly being communicating with him through a glory-hole. That the ...

The Reef: Stalked is Surprisingly Effective Sharksploitation [Review]

The Reef: Stalked – ostensibly an incredibly late sequel to 2010’s The Reef, but not really – has the wildest opening of any sharksploitation movie, maybe ever. I don’t say that lightly; it’s truly in...

Resurrection Proves Rebecca Hall Can Do Anything [Review]

Resurrection seems like a clichéd title for a horror movie, particularly in the year of our dark lord 2022. It’s fitting, then, that the sophomore feature from writer-director Andrew Semans (Nancy, Pl...

Maybe Male Filmmakers Shouldn’t Tell Women’s Stories: On ‘Men’ and ‘Last Night in Soho’

The men are at it again. Or, more accurately, they’re at it more prominently, and with a significantly larger budget. Over the past year alone, two mainstream movies have been released in quick succes...