John Krasinski’s A QUIET PLACE Gets a New Trailer

Paramount has released a new trailer for John Krasinski‘s A Quiet Place, ahead of its premiere at this year’s SXSW Film Festival. The film stars Krasinski alongside Emily Blunt as a couple trying to keep themselves and their two children safe as

Horror Flick MARROWBONE Gets a Trailer

Magnet has released the trailer for Sergio G. Sánchez‘s upcoming horror film Marrowbone, which involves a family moving into an old house after the death of their mother, only to find they aren’t the only people residing in there. The film is also

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NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD Criterion Blu-ray Review

Night of the Living Dead defined what the zombie film would become and is easily one of the most influential pieces of cinema in horror, but more than that, it’s just a fantastic movie that’s worth adding to your collection.

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VICTOR CROWLEY Blu-ray Review

Victor Crowley, the fourth film in the Hatchet saga and named for its hulking deformed slayer, continues the concept established in the first three movies but on a much smaller scale. The tone is cornier, and there are fewer of the Crowley kills that made the series stand out.

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THE RITUAL Review

The sound of falling trees mixed with screams recalls The Blair Witch Project, but The Ritual leaves way less to the imagination and is less effective for it.

Phillip Gelatt’s THEY REMAIN Gets a Trailer and Poster

A new trailer and poster have been released for Phillip Gelatt‘s horror film They Remain, starring William Jackson Harper and Rebecca Henderson. The film revolves around two scientists tasked with investigating what happened to a mysterious and secluded cult.

They Remain opens

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WINCHESTER Review

Winchester is just as basic thematically, wasting, and even contradicting, its interesting ideas rooted in grief and regret. Rough resolutions posing as cleansing poetic justice are missing rhyme and reason.

Ari Aster’s HEREDITARY Gets a Trailer

A24 has released the trailer for Ari Aster‘s upcoming horror film Hereditary, which recently had its premiere at this year’s Sundance Film Festival. The film stars Toni Collette, Gabriel Byrne, Ann Dowd, Milly Shapiro, and Alex Wolff, and revolves around a family

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Hudson Horror Show Announces 15th Installment

The Hudson Horror Show is back with another great batch of horror flicks presented in all their 35mm glory. The 15th installment of the festival will include screenings of Frankenhooker, A Nightmare on Elm Street 3, Piranha, and The Hidden, plus a

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THE EYES OF MY MOTHER Review

In a somewhat lackluster year for horror, Nicolas Pesce’s beautiful, monochromatic nightmare The Eyes of My Mother easily stands out as one of the most disturbing and striking films you’ll see this year. An exploration in isolation and the need for human contact lay the groundwork for this unnerving tale of loneliness.

Greg McLean’s THE BELKO EXPERIMENT Red Band Trailer

The first trailer has been released for Greg McLean‘s (Wolf Creek) upcoming horror film The Belko Experiment, written by James Gunn (Guardians of the Galaxy) and starring John Gallagher Jr, Tony Goldwyn, Adria Arjona, John C. McGinley, Josh Brener, Michael Rooker, Sean Gunn, and Melonie Diaz.

The film revolves around

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SCHERZO DIABOLICO Review

Scherzo Diabolico, the latest film from Adrián García Bogliano, is a twisted tale of revenge that continually subverts the viewer’s theories about where it’s going and how it’s going to end. It’s a tough film to watch and an even tougher one to write about, considering the unique narrative path it takes, but this proves to be Bogliano’s best film yet, featuring a completely insane conclusion that shocked even a horror nut like myself.

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EMELIE Review

I feel like recently we’ve been entering somewhat of a renaissance in indie horror, with new and unique films popping up all over the place that defiantly rebel against the formulaic banality to which the genre so often falls victim. Michael Thelin’s feature debut, Emelie, is a film that fits the bill, delivering a tense, unnerving thriller that takes a fresh look at the babysitter horror story.

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BODY Review

What would you do if you accidentally killed someone while hanging out in a house that you weren’t exactly supposed to be in? Most rational people would immediately call the police and tell the truth. But if you’re one of the three friends in Dan Berk and Robert Olsen’s Body, however, you’re going to do pretty much anything but that.