The Oak Room demonstrates just how effective good old fashioned horror storytelling can be.
Billed as a dark horror-comedy, 12 Hour Shift is DOA when it comes to delivering any laughs or frights despite competent performances.
A terrifying thrill ride through the negligence and corruption of one of the world’s most dangerous theme parks.
Not reading the comments is easier said than done in the horror-satire The Columnist, a satisfying look at one woman's response to her online trolls
Adam Carter Rehmeier’s directorial debut is a punk rock romance that really shines once it gets past its clunky opening act.
If there is one place you would expect perseverance and adaption, it is a genre film festival. The unknown future and imminent apocalypse have been imagined long before these fests existed, and they know that there are plenty of stories to still be told after the world as we know it disappears. Coming hot off […]
Come to Daddy follows Norval (Elijah Wood), a man who decides to visit his estranged father (Stephen McHattie) in the middle of nowhere after receiving a strange letter.
While Little Monsters is easily watchable and entertaining, there just isn't anything great about it. It's a passable horror movie, but we can't say it works very well.
Porno is a slasher flick that features catholic teens and porno demons, which is all you need to know.
Turbo Kid is a goofy ride through the wilds of nostalgia
We talk to E.L. Katz, director of the black comedy Cheap Thrills about why he made this is first film as a director, how he second guesses himself more as a writer, why the opening of the film is almost purposefully slow, the art of escalation, how his two leads essentially became method actors, why the set was physically uncomfortable to be on, and what it’s like trying to create “a human cockfight.”