Review: A Dark Song, forget forgiveness

It’s kind of astonishing that there hasn’t been a film quite like Liam Gavin’s A Dark Song yet—it’s a premise so simple and familiar that the genre has done it countless times, just not quite like this. Gavin’s take on ritualistic horror is so original and raw that it hits in a way that most horror […]

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The Month in Horror Releases: April

Now that it’s finally Spring, with summer just around the corner, the rest is smooth sailing from here. We’re starting to inch closer and closer to the really good stuff (although we’ve certainly seen some gems thus far), starting with a couple of indies that look cool as hell and some unknowns that might surprise […]

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Not everything can be forgiven in the trailer for A Dark Song

Liam Gavin’s occult festival hit A Dark Song has finally released a trailer, and it comes on the heels of Kaleidoscope Film Distribution recently snatching it up for worldwide rights. I’ve been hearing some good things throughout its festival run—it previously screened at Fantastic Fest, Sitges, and BFI London Film Festival—so I’m certainly intrigued and its […]

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