IFC Midnight has released a new trailer for the upcoming horror film Relic, directed by Natalie Erika James and starring Emily Mortimer, Bella Heathcote, and Robyn Nevin.
IFC Midnight has released a teaser trailer for the upcoming horror film Relic, starring Emily Mortimer and Bella Heathcote as a mother and daughter who return to their family home to care for their mom/grandma with dementia only to find some very
Whether or not writer-director Paddy Murphy intended it, his feature length debut never really shakes the uncomfortable framing of pro-life propaganda disguised as middle-of-the-road horror allegory. The unfathomable attempt by The Perished to weigh in on the unending abortion debate and to
IFC has announced they picked up the North American rights to Dave Franco‘s directorial debut, The Rental, a thriller starring Alison Brie, Dan Stevens, Jeremy Allen White, and Sheila Vand. Co-written by Franco and Joe Swanberg, the film involves two couples
It’s funny how — in this new reality — it seems like everything reminds me of COVID-19, from TV shows that remind us of how things used to be to dystopian-future films that make us exclaim, “Hey, that’s sort of like what we’re dealing with!” Neasa Hardiman’s sci-fi horror film Sea Fever may be dealing with a horrific parasite instead of a virus, but I couldn’t help but draw parallels to the current worldwide pandemic we’re experiencing.
Well Go USA has released the first teaser trailer for the upcoming Train To Busan sequel, titled Peninsula, which takes place four years after the horrific events of the original. Sang-ho Yeon returns to direct, with Dong-won Gang and Jung-hyun Lee starring.
Hulu has released the trailer for its upcoming April edition of Into The Dark, which sees the return of Pooka, the demonic mascot from the first season. Pooka Lives is directed by Alejandro Brugués and stars Felicia Day, Wil Wheaton, Malcolm Barrett,
Arrow Video has announced their U.S. Blu-ray lineup for April 2020, including new releases of Ovidio G. Assonitis‘ Beyond the Door, John Hughes‘ Sixteen Candles, Kirill Sokolov‘s Why Don’t You Just Die!, James Signorelli‘s Elvira: Mistress of the Dark, and Nico
Of all the Japanese horror titles released after the explosive success of The Ring, none was as derivative as the One Missed Call series, but at least in the case of Takashi Miike’s first entry, there’s a lot more substance here than
This is a unique take on the Invisible Man narrative and has some really creative turns, and as a massive fan of this series, I was beyond excited to see Whannell deliver something terrifying, original, and easily one of the best horror experiences of the year.