The Month in Horror Releases: September

No theaters? No problem. I’ve said this before, but I think it’s worth repeating — horror, more than any other genre, seems to be thriving during these times when a theatrical release is few and far between (if at all). I think a large part of that is because the genre embraced the VOD format […]

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The Month in Horror Releases: August

With 15 genre films releasing this month, you really can’t complain about a lack of content if you’re a horror fan. Among them are films like Amy Seimetz’s acclaimed She Dies Tomorrow, the Jay Baruchel-directed slasher Random Acts of Violence, and HBO’s fantastic looking and extremely anticipated new series Lovecraft Country — plus so much […]

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The Month in Horror Releases: July

What an interesting year it has been for the movies (and so many other things). Horror seems to be thriving, however, thanks to the success of the VOD model and streaming platforms like Shudder continually pumping out new films week after week — you’ll notice a lot of this list is taken up by Shudder […]

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The Month in Horror Releases: June

Is it already June? Although most days are just blurring together at this point, at least we’re still getting a handful of indie horror films to look forward to each month and June is no different. It’s great to see Elisabeth Moss in yet another fantastic looking genre film this year with Shirley — especially […]

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The Month in Horror Releases: May

Not that we’ve ever needed an excuse to watch more movies but… like… what else is there to do at this point, right? So hopefully you guys have been using your quarantine time wisely — like training messenger pigeons, maybe getting into competitive dog grooming, or finally starting that podcast (should I?). There are a […]

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The Month in Horror Releases: April

First of all, I hope everyone reading this is staying happy and healthy during these dark days—I know that I, myself, have been struggling to stay motivated and positive at a time like this. Thankfully, we have the movies to escape to, which is needed now more than ever. So with that being said, let’s […]

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