Review: Pyewacket, summoning fate

Pyewacket. That’s not exactly the kind of horror title that instills much confidence into those who come across it. For a film that’s rooted in the occult and about a story of teenage angst that results in a family being torn apart, there had to be a better option on the table. Instead, and unfortunately […]

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Review: Backcountry, a treelined nightmare

Adam MacDonald’s feature film debut brings raw, slow-burning terror into the woods in Backcountry, a nature-run-amok film that delivers pure, masterful viciousness to a story about a couple that find themselves on the wrong side of bear territory after getting lost on a camping trip. With its unique atmosphere soaked in paranoia, Backcountry is a special breed of […]

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Beauty gets vicious in the primal trailer for Backcountry

Bears are like the great whites of the wilderness, only you don’t drown while they’re eating you. Adam MacDonald’s nature-run-amok thriller Backcountry has been quietly sneaking up on us after its highly praised and successful premiered at Toronto last September, and now it’s here with a terrifying new trailer that promises plenty of primal carnage. Following an urban […]

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Brutal first images for ‘Home Sweet Home’ arrive

French director David Morley (Mutants) has graced us with some awesome new stills and artwork for his upcoming horror flick Home Sweet Home thanks to the official Facebook page. Home Sweet Home sort of came out of nowhere for me and what a sweet little surprise it was. The first set of imagery is full of horror gold […]

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