This week on the blog (the first of 2018), we’re going to talk about one of our favourite things in any fantasy story – the signs of Evil.
From the director of Beyond Clueless comes another essay film about pop culture, this time settling on horror films as a subject as it weaves together clips from the entire history of the genre.
Gabby talks with Jim Guthrie, Robby Duguay, and Rich Vreeland (aka Disasterpeace) on a music-themed episode of the PlayDead podcast.
Dork Shelf's Editor-in-Chief Will Perkins, Film Editor Noah R. Taylor, and Games Editor Eric Weiss pick their favourite films of 2015.
Our expert critics Phil Brown and Jason Gorber give you the rundown on this year's movies.
These aren't necessarily the best horror games. These are just the individual moments that left us terrified.
It Follows is an excellent homage to 80s horror filmmakers like John Carpenter. If you're a genre fan and didn't catch it in theatres, you're going to want to pick up this Blu-ray.
It Follows is a creepy, worthy addition to the well-tread body horror genre. The metaphors are literal and overt, but director David Robert Mitchell makes it all work together a smart yet unpretentious way.
Enter to win run-of-engagement passes to see the indie thriller It Follows in Toronto, winners will also receive a free digital download of the film's soundtrack!
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It Follows Midnight Madness A suitably atmospheric, but direly serious teen thriller, It Follows takes a somewhat goofy premise and cranks it to eleven but never manages to follow through on a lot of promise at the outset. After making love to her new boyfriend for the first time, nineteen year old Jay (Maika Monroe, […]
It’s a sweltering late July afternoon, but I’m still sitting down over a cup of warm tea at Canteen in the lobby of the TIFF Bell Lightbox and talking to Colin Geddes the day after most of his choices for the heavily watched and buzzed about Midnight Madness and Vanguard sections had been announced. (Really […]