Short Round: Whisper, look in the closet

The tech world collides with the supernatural in Julian Terry’s short Whisper, an effortless two minute exercise in nightmare fuel. While it’s only two minutes long, Terry uses every bit of its runtime to create a tense and wonderfully creepy short that oozes with atmosphere and horror. It’s a hell of an achievement to make something that’s […]

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Art: Halloween by Gary Pullin

John Carpenter’s all-timer carved an everlasting mark on horror when it debuted in 1978, which is why giving it praise in 2018 feels a lot like explaining to someone why oxygen is important—what more is there left to say about one of horror’s greatest films? While we may have run out of words to describe […]

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The Month in Horror Releases: October

Lace your boots up, people, because this month is as good as it gets for horror. October brings with it a few of the most-talked about genre movies of the year as Netflix drops their cult-horror shocker Apostle and both Halloween and Suspiria land in theaters later this month. As if that wasn’t enough, we’ll also […]

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Art: Suspiria by Sara Deck

While most of the world still hasn’t seen Luca Guadagnino’s Suspiria, that hasn’t stopped Sara Deck from creating an absolute killer of a print for Mondo. On the heels of the film’s October 26th release, Mondo will be dropping what will surely be one of the best posters of the year some time in October—all you […]

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Review: Mandy, cleansed by fire

It’s hard to forget a name like Panos Cosmatos, especially when it belongs to the same filmmaker behind 2010’s brain-melter Beyond the Black Rainbow. And it’s honestly remarkable that he hasn’t made a movie since (until now, that is), and although we’ve had to wait eight years between films, his return to the genre was worth […]

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Behold the 2018 Brooklyn Horror Film Festival Line-Up

The Brooklyn Horror Film Festival has quickly become a genre festival powerhouse, and this year it returns to bring the best and most provocative of horror cinema along with it. Kicking off on October 11th – 18th in venues across Brooklyn (grab tickets here), BHFF will screen films from around the globe, along with its brand new […]

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