Cheap Thrills: Open 24 Hours

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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The Month in Horror Releases: February

Now we’re rolling. Last month was just a warm-up for the things to come as February is about to kick some ass (and it’s all out of bubble gum). There’s a few indie films that you’ll definitely want to keep an eye on—especially Piercing and Braid—and we’ll also be seeing the release of a couple […]

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Cheap Thrills: Braid

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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Art: Army of Darkness by Robert Sammelin

Ash’s evolution throughout the Evil Dead trilogy is as fascinating as it gets. It’s a journey that starts with him being forced to dismember all of his friends (and girlfriend) in a cabin in the woods and ends with him traveling through a time-eating wormhole and becoming a full-blown medieval action hero. The franchise covers […]

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Cheap Thrills: The Hole in the Ground

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: 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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