Go beyond the red door in A24’s intensely creepy It Comes at Night trailer

A24 has been an unstoppable force in the world of film lately, just recently behind two of last year’s best with The Witch and Green Room, and now they’ve just teased yet another chilling piece of cinema—Trey Edward Shults’ It Comes At Night. This, folks, is how you cut a trailer. The continuous, creeping crawl of […]

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Shudder Celebrates Women in Horror Month

If you’re not familiar with Shudder, it’s a streaming service dedicated to all of the things that go bump in the night, but it’s also so much more than that—it’s a collection of hundreds of horror films featuring some of the gnarliest shit the genre has to offer, impossible-to-find gems that will melt your eyeballs, […]

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The Month in Horror Releases: February

Other than Split proving to be a massive success at the box office, January was a pretty slow month for the genre. But that’s why February is particularly exciting, because there’s a wonderful mix of indie darlings and big budget horror on the way. Kicking things off is the bizarre and wholly unique mermaid-horror The […]

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Festival favorite Raw bites into a bloody trailer

One of last year’s most talked about festival films was Julia Ducournau’s debut Raw—early buzz has it pegged to be one of 2017’s very best horror movies (I have yet to see a negative review), and now we have its first stunning and altogether disturbing trailer. The trailer itself is a shocker, a nasty slice of cinema that further […]

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All-female directed horror anthology XX delivers a twisted trailer

Karyn Kusama, the mind behind one of last year’s very best horror films in The Invitation, joins an impressive array of talent for the all-female directed horror anthology XX. This film has been a long time coming, first announced a couple of years ago, XX promises to be an altogether bizarre and disturbing anthology led […]

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Short Round: The Flesh of My Lovers, dark fantasies

With The Flesh of My Lovers, director Joshua Giuliano set out to create something that would make the audience squirm—his short thrives on making its viewers uncomfortable, creating an arresting atmosphere that dissects the twisted fantasies of a sociopath. But it’s the tone, one that blends dark humor with even darker horror, that really brings his short to […]

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