The Month in Horror Releases: April

After the onslaught of horror we’ve seen over the last three months, it was only a matter of time before things slowed down. April, while less on its plate, has a couple of films very much worth checking out, including one of the most talked about films at this year’s SXSW and Ryan Gosling’s directorial debut. […]

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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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The Month in Horror Releases: March

We have a lot to cover this month, so let’s jump right into it. With four festival hits seeing a release in March alongside a handful of great looking films, It’s certainly shaping up to be one to remember. But before we get started, here’s a quick recap of what I watched in February:

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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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