Short Round: No Tomorrow, a Turbo Kid tale


Last year’s Turbo Kid was undeniably charming, an indie hit that came to life through a combination of bloody carnage, off-the-wall characters, and a kick ass soundtrack—but perhaps the most memorable thing about RKSS’ wasteland was Laurence Leboeuf’s delightful character Apple, who stole every scene in the movie. No Tomorrow is a musical short film that acts as […]

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Disturbing trailer for Gothic horror The Eyes of My Mother


Shot in stunning black and white, Nicolas Pesce’s much buzzed about feature debut The Eyes of My Mother has released a trailer ahead of its premiere at this weekend’s Fantastic Fest and it’s a helluva first impression. Washed in haunting visuals, Pesce’s unique aesthetic evokes a sense of isolation that chills to the bone—it’s no wonder that it […]

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Art: The Fly by Matt Ryan


Something that often gets overlooked about David Cronenberg’s The Fly also happens to be one of the best things about the classic—it’s a tragic love story. Seth and Veronica’s romance is heart-rending, a love that’s torn apart too soon by a monster. It’s a true classic, a film that that spins a monster story into a multi-layered […]

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The Invitation’s Karyn Kusama eyes Breed for next horror film


Karyn Kusama, the talent behind one of the year’s very best horror films with The Invitation, is headed right back into the genre with Breed, a film adaptation of Chase Novak’s novel of the same name. Kusama has such a wonderful vision, proving with The Invitation that you can create unbearable tension with slow-burning perfection—something many horror […]

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Short Round: Teddy Bears Are for Lovers, killing too


Almog Avidan Antonir not only has the coolest name ever, but he also happens to be the director behind your new favorite short film Teddy Bears Are for Lovers—it’s like a cross between Child’s Play and Gremlins, only condensed into 9-minutes of cuddly mayhem. It’s about a dude who wakes up in the middle of the […]

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The Month in Horror Releases: September


It’s that exciting time of year, with summer winding down and fall just around the corner, where the genre saves its best for last. September is kicking things off strong, too, with the release of some of the year’s most anticipated releases—Rob Zombie’s 31, Demon, Blair Witch and so much more will be making an appearance […]

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