Short Round: Itch, think happy thoughts

If you’re a regular around these parts then you’re certainly no stranger to the work of Larry Alan and his new venture into short-form horror—check out Hands and Popcorn if you missed ’em. His latest short film, Itch, blends horror and humor into an appropriately skin-crawling atmosphere that will have you scratching for more. Like […]

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Cheap Thrills: I Trapped the Devil

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: How To Be Alone, it destroys everything

Stranger Things writer Kate Trefry chose to make her directorial debut with the gloriously trippy How To Be Alone, a short film that delves into the darkest corners of the mind. Trefry clearly has a future in directing—this thing is vibrant with stunning shots, unsettling atmosphere, and sharp dialog that cuts through each scene like […]

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The Month in Horror Releases: April

Shout out to Jordan Peele’s Us, which is absolutely slaying at the box office ($100 million so far!?). It’s certainly going to be tough to top last month with a showing like that, but April does have something exciting in store—the Pet Sematary remake from Starry Eyes duo Kevin Kölsch and Dennis Widmyer. That’s about […]

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Art: The Exorcist by JS Rossbach

There aren’t many movies more iconic than William Friedkin’s genre-defining The Exorcist—it set the bar for horror back in 1973, and it’s one that few movies come close to even now. Of course, there’s nothing new to be said about such an iconic film, but that’s what makes alternative poster art so damn special. Just […]

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Cheap Thrills: Snatchers

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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