I have no idea what compelled director Aristotelis Maragkos to remix the 1995 TV miniseries The Langoliers, but I’m very glad he did because this is certainly one of the most unique storytelling methods I’ve experienced this year, and it’s one that
From its alluring and tragic opening minutes, wherein a young woman commits suicide while nearby a serial killer claims his next victim, it quickly becomes evident that Carlos Conceição’s giallo-infused thriller Name Above Title is going to be far from your typical
Even if you’re not familiar with their discography, you’ve probably at least seen some of the antics of metal band GWAR, specifically their wild stage shows. Scott Barber’s documentary, This is GWAR, aims to present the definitive history of the band, highlighting
The second Nightstream Virtual Film Festival is about to be upon us and earlier today the full lineup was announced. Once again, this collaboration from the country’s best genre film festivals (Boston Underground, Brooklyn Horror, North Bend, and Overlook) is bringing us
Initially playing out like a post-apocalyptic version of The Beguiled, Kelsey Egan’s Glasshouse quickly comes into its own with its intriguing world-building and exquisite production design. Although its final reveals will likely divide audiences and take some time to process, it remains
It’s been seven years since we saw the last entry in the popular anthology horror series V/H/S, and it seems that it was taking a much-needed break, as it’s back with its most astute offering yet, V/H/S/94. Composed of four segments along
Skyrocketing to become the biggest electronic music duo in the world in the early ’90s, Bill Drummond and Jimmy Cauty’s stadium house project, The KLF, was an unstoppable force, spearheading the growing rave culture throughout Europe. Despite a seemingly endless series of
The teen slasher genre has felt like it was in need of an update to catch up to the changing social climate, and it would seem that director Patrick Brice felt that way too, as exemplified by his horror-thriller There’s Someone Inside
A key element in any good documentary is to introduce the audience to a compelling subject. While this can be either a set of characters or an interesting topic, the former always manages to create a more memorable experience to viewers and
Ahead of its premiere at this year’s Fantastic Fest in Austin, a new teaser trailer has been released for Lado Kvataniya‘s The Execution, which tells the horrific true story of Russia most prolific serial killer.
The 2021 Brooklyn Horror Film Festival will be returning in-person October 14 – 21 with 14 feature films and 6 shorts blocks.
Just yesterday we posted five titles we are excited for at Manchester’s Grimmfest and now another film has to be added to that list as today the team has revealed the closing night film will be Vanya Peirani-Vignes‘
This year’s Indie Memphis is gearing up to kick off October 20th, and tonight the full lineup of titles has been announced. Sean Baker‘s Red Rocket will be the opening night film, with Pablo Larrain‘s Spencer closing things out.
Machester’s Grimmfest is gearing up to make its triumphant return to cinemas this year and before the madness kicks off October 7th, I thought I would highlight a selection of titles screening this year that I’m particularly excited to check out.