Art: New Nightmare by Mike Saputo

Ten years after creating A Nightmare on Elm Street, Wes Craven would return behind the camera for New Nightmare, and bringing with him was a new Freddy Krueger that completely turned the franchise on its head. Craven not only took a gamble by abandoning the franchise’s continuity, he also leaned into a more menacing Krueger (how he always […]

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Men become monsters in full trailer for It Comes at Night

It will surprise no one to hear that A24 has yet another hit on their hands with the Trey Edward Shults-directed It Comes at Night, which stunned critics at a secret screening at the famed Timberline Lodge this past weekend. Back in February we first caught wind of A24’s latest horror-thriller with a fantastic teaser trailer […]

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The Month in Horror Releases: May

Despite there not being nearly as much on the plate for this month’s horror as we saw previously, we’re still seeing the release of a couple of promising indies as well as Ridley Scott’s return to the Alienverse with Alien: Covenant. So with that said, May looks like it’s starting the summer of horror off pretty strong. But […]

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Art: Alien by N.C. Winters

H.R. Giger’s Xenomorph might be one of horror’s most terrifying creations—a perfect design that came to life in 1979 with Ridley Scott’s Alien. This piece by N.C. Winters is a killer, displaying the nightmarish anatomy of the Xeno in excellent detail. There’s so much inspiration to draw from when looking at the film—the iconic chest-bursting scene, Ash […]

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Skin-crawling teaser for Marrowbone haunts Anya Taylor-Joy

While not a household name (yet), Sergio G. Sanchez is the writer behind one of modern horror’s great films: J.A. Bayonne’s The Orphanage. His latest, the eerie looking Marrowbone, which he both wrote and directed, looks fantastic and boasts an amazing cast of underrated talent—Mia Goth (A Cure for Wellness), Charlie Heaton (Stranger Things), George MacKay (Captain Fantastic), and […]

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Short Round: Honor Student, deafening silence

Sometimes silence is the only thing we need to hear. When put into the right hands, that absence of sound can fuel an entire narrative, and in the case of Honor Student, the silence is deafening. Directed by Aaron B Koontz, his latest short is both heartbreaking and powerful as we watch a woman meander through her […]

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