Review: The Devil’s Candy, kill ’em all

Somehow, someway Sean Byrne hasn’t made a movie since his genre-favorite debuted back in 2009—eight years is a long time to wait, which is why The Devil’s Candy has been so highly anticipated among horror fans, especially so after a film as masterfully nutty as The Loved Ones. In it, a struggling painter is possessed by satanic forces […]

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Review: Brimstone, into the flames

Martin Koolhoven’s western-horror hybrid Brimstone is a crazy ambitious piece of work—his bleak tale of revenge is a sprawling epic that unfolds over the course many years, layering it with a unique storytelling twist. In it, wrongly accused of a crime she didn’t commit, a frontier woman turned fugitive is hunted by a vengeful preacher in the dangerous inferno […]

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Review: The Blackcoat’s Daughter, hail Satan

Oz Perkins’ The Blackcoat’s Daughter has been plagued with so many delays that although it’s actually his feature film debut, it didn’t officially release until after his sophomore effort I Am The Pretty Thing That Lives In The House. It first had audiences buzzing back in 2015 during its festival run, so to say that its release […]

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Review: The Girl with All the Gifts, our only hope

When it comes to the proven zombie genre it’s not easy to standout amongst the waves of reanimated corpses. Colm McCarthy’s The Girl with All the Gifts, however, shines a heartbreaking light on a world plagued by the undead in his story about finding light in the darkness. In it, a scientist and a teacher living in a […]

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Review: The Autopsy of Jane Doe, secrets of the dead

It’s unfortunate that we’ve had to wait so long in-between films from the talented mind of André Øvredal, whose last feature was 2011’s surprisingly fun Trollhunter. But what’s just as surprising (maybe even more so) is The Autopsy of Jane Doe, a film that flew mostly under the radar all year long—and it just so happens […]

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Review: The Eyes of My Mother, sight unseen

Nicolas Pesce’s The Eyes of My Mother is a relentless nightmare, a movie that carries the same unsettling tone from the moment it starts to its very last frame—it’s a rare breed of horror that sinks its claws in early and never lets go. This shocking tale of loneliness is one for the ages, an unbroken […]

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