The Month in Horror Releases: December

It’s the last month of the year (and what a year it has been), so December brings with it some heavy-hitters with the release of one of the year’s most anticipated holiday horror films, Netflix’s answer to A Quiet Place and one of the most polarizing genre films of the year from Lars von Trier. […]

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Review: The Clovehitch Killer, family secrets

Duncan Skiles’ suburban thriller The Clovehitch Killer is an intimate examination of the monsters that hide in plain sight, and while it’s a poignant example of how a dark secret can tear a family apart, it struggles to put any power behind the story it’s trying to tell. In this one, a picture-perfect family is shattered […]

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Art: The Shining by Laurent Durieux

Nearly every frame of Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining is full of iconic imagery—it’s how you know the film’s a masterpiece—but if I had to pick just a single moment that stands out to me the most, it’s Danny Torrance riding his tricycle through the empty halls of the Overlook. Danny running into the twins is one […]

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Short Round: Hands, death has a grip

Written and directed by Larry Alan, his appropriately titled Hands is a wonderful short that has some fun with the notion that there might be a monster hiding under our beds. The story is simple as Crystal’s typical drunken night turns into something much more hands-y. With very little dialog, what’s really bringing it to life […]

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The Month in Horror Releases: November

Naturally, following a crazy good month of horror like October is never going to be easy—November (and January) tend to slow down when it comes to genre stuff—but there’s still a few films coming out this month that should have you all very interested. While it’s mostly being dominated by indie films, November has a […]

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Short Round: Salt, protected from evil

From director Rob Savage and the team behind the fantastic short Dawn of the Deaf comes a new vision of terror in Salt, a two-minute shocker that’s every bit intense as it is scary. I’ve said this before about some of my favorite short films, but I absolutely love seeing what talented filmmakers can conjure up in […]

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