Wonderful animation and an incredible performance from Aisling Franciosi, make Stopmotion a horror film that cannot be missed.
Review: Lovely, Dark, and Deep, a horror film about a park ranger (Barbarian’s Georgina Campbell) investigating her sister’s disappearance
Despite taking place in mostly one location, Lily Sullivan’s fantastic performance keeps this one from ever being stale.
While Kathryn Newton absolutely shines, Lisa Frankenstein is often hampered by its terrible script and awkward tone.
This beautifully shot thriller set during the Paleolithic Era shows a lot of promise, while stumbling a little in its third act.
A retrospective look at Dario Argento’s entire career, this documentary is beautifully shot and filled with insightful interviews.
Despite starring a powerhouse in Jenna Ortega, Miller’s Girl doesn’t manage to be anything other than an “okay” erotic thriller.
Chris Nash’s In A Violent Nature is unique in that it upends the slasher formula by being from the perspective of the killer.
PLOT: A man, Fallon (Alex Pettyfer) roams the land as a creature of the night as he comes to terms…
Krazy House is an absymal, pseudo-trippy horror comedy that’s nowhere near as transgressive as it thinks it is.