Art: 28 Days Later by Mike Saputo

No one really knew what they were getting into when Danny Boyle’s 28 Days Later first hit screens in 2002. Teaming with Alex Garland—who has since made quite a name for himself—they created a monsterpiece that forever turned the zombie genre on its head. Twenty-eight days after the infection, Jim awakens from a coma only to […]

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The Month in Horror Releases: May

The months of horror keep rolling on, this time into May with a few films that look very promising. While we’re not seeing much this month as far as big budget horror goes, we are getting one of indie horror’s most talked about films this year in Revenge, plus a few more that look quite […]

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The Month in Horror Releases: April

There’s a lot to be excited about in the month of April, particularly because we’ll finally see the release of John Krasinski’s debut film A Quiet Place. If you’ve somehow been under a rock these last couple of months, Krasinski’s film killed it at SXSW and is shaping up to be one of the very […]

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Art: Let the Right One In by Matt Ryan

There’s hardly anything I could say to sum up the near perfection of Let the Right One In—few films blend the horrific with the romantic so seamlessly, yet Tomas Alfredson does it masterfully here. Its story, while simple, is an enthralling coming-of-age shocker that spins the age-old tale of love in a direction that’s every bit […]

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The Month in Horror Releases: March

The genre has a lot to offer in March as we see the release of some very interesting indie titles as well as a sequel to one of the very best home invasion films ever made. Most notably, however, is Steven Soderbergh’s iPhone-shot horror film Unseen, which looks just as crazy as it sounds, is […]

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Short Round: Pigskin, cheer your guts out

Jake Hammond’s short Pigskin is a fantastic piece of filmmaking, blending societal pressures into psychological terror. It’s no coincidence that Pigskin’s protagonist, Laurie, is a cheerleader struggling with her body image. It’s why the film hits so hard—infusing psychological terror with real-world angst—and Hammond brings his multi-layered monster to life through a fantastic and poignant […]

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