Short Round: Cloud, sky high

The scary folks over at ANTIMITY have been hard at work on their latest short, Cloud, written and directed by Larry Alan, and I can confidently say it’s their best yet. Alan’s films all have a very similar style—he seamlessly blends the real with the unreal, often creating these otherworldly-like atmospheres that feel firmly planted […]

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The Month in Horror Releases: February

February is following last month about as strong as you could hope for, with each week dropping some of the most talked about genre films of the year; even Netflix’s adaptation of the great Lock & Key is out this month, which has seen a long road to realization. We’ll also see the release of […]

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Cheap Thrills: Swallow

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. Cheap Thrills aims at highlighting the upcoming indie horror […]

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Cheap Thrills: After Midnight

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. Cheap Thrills aims at highlighting the upcoming indie horror […]

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Short Round: In Sound, We Live Forever

Short film director Joshua Giuliano is becoming a regular around these parts and for good reason; you might remember The Flesh of My Lovers and Grandma’s House, two wildly different shorts that are both stunning in their own right—if not, follow the links to see them for yourself. His latest, In Sound, We Live Forever, […]

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Art: Midsommar by Greg Ruth

Now with two films to his name, I think it’s safe to say that Ari Aster is currently one of the most exciting directors in the horror genre. Whether you liked Hereditary and Midsommar or not, you must admit that is a hell of a one-two punch to start a filmmaking career. There’s a lot […]

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