Short Round: Popcorn, buttered and eerie

The good folks over at ANTIMITY have released yet another short film that sits comfortably in the horror genre, this time replacing demonic hands for demonic… popcorn? Much like their previous short Hands (watch it here), Popcorn is a horror-comedy with a minimal set-up—it wastes no time getting right to the good stuff, which happens to […]

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Cheap Thrills: 30 Miles from Nowhere

Horror has never been more alive than it is right now and a lot of that stems from the understated indie gems that come out each and every month. They’re cheap, they’re thrilling, and they’re often some of the best films the genre has to offer, so Cheap Thrills aims at highlighting the upcoming indie […]

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The Month in Horror Releases: January

Well, folks, that’s a wrap on 2018 and what a year it was for horror. January brings with it a whole new year of terror and it’s kicking things off strong with a handful of indie features, Sony Pictures’ release of Escape Room which has some promising Cube vibes (shout out to Cube fans!), and […]

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Art: Child’s Play by Jérémy Pailler

One of the very few iconic horror franchises still going strong today is Don Mancini’s Child’s Play. This is by no means a slight against the film itself, but I doubt anyone ever expected this silly slasher to go on a 30-year run (and still counting). That’s impressive no matter how you look at it, which is […]

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Short Round: Special Day, fate approaching

Turning eighteen in Emily’s house is kind of a big deal. Sure, it’s a big deal for most of us—you’ve officially become an adult—but I think it’s safe to say that most of our birthdays don’t revolve around a horrifying family secret. Directed by Teal Greyhavens, his short film Special Day has an atmospheric weight behind it […]

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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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