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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Hounds of Love trailer takes a bite

Ben Young’s Hounds of Love just dropped a trailer ahead of its SXSW premiere and it’s a moody and altogether disturbing piece of work—if this trailer is any indicator of the final product, we’re in for one nasty treat. And although this one will no doubt be a tough pill to swallow, it’s a wonderfully […]

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Art: The Bride of Frankenstein by Flore Maquin

Very few movies have that one defining moment that everyone recognizes, a single frame destined to never be forgotten—Marion Crane screaming in the shower just moments before she’s stabbed to death by psycho Norman Bates, or Jack Torrence peering through a shattered door with a twisted grin stretching across his face are both examples of the kind […]

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The Month in Horror Releases: March

March is an exciting month for the genre because it’s being led almost entirely by independent horror, which includes a couple of festival favorites in Raw and The Devil’s Candy. That said, there’s also a handful of under-the-radar horror movies that look just as good. And finally, we’ll get to see Greg McLean’s brutal thriller The […]

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New Alien: Covenant trailer shows the path to paradise

The new trailer for Ridley Scott’s Alien: Covenant further confirms that it, unlike Prometheus, is going to be a straight-up shit-your-pants fest. It also gives us our first good look at the new Xenomorph in all of its vicious, man-eating glory. There’s not much else to say, really. This one speaks for itself.

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