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REVIEW: ‘Stalker’ Taps Into Post-Quarantine Anxieties

Using driving apps like Uber or Lyft has become a necessary and somewhat awkward experience that people on both sides of the coin have to endure as a part of everyday life. Turns out, being in an intimate space with a stranger alone can be either an okay, uneventful experience, or a bad one. In the

REVIEW: ‘Untitled Horror Movie’ Has Meta Comedy, Horror Not So Much

“2021 is the year of found footage,” so says the actors and producers that make up the comedic, low budget Untitled Horror Movie, directed by Nick Simon that was filmed on iPhones during the pandemic. Following on the coattails of popular, innovative and low budget found footage Zoom-style horror fi

Review: ‘Caveat’ is an Effectively Chilling, Atmospheric Irish Horror

Written, directed, and edited by Damian McCarthy, Caveat is a creeping, atmospheric Irish horror with an overflowing sense of dread and a decaying aesthetic. Filmed in Cork, Ireland, Caveat is the feature film debut for McCarthy following a series of horror shorts that set a moody scene, building to

‘Ghost Lab’ is a Chilling, Emotionally Driven Supernatural Thriller

Ghost Lab is out on Netflix today. The Thai supernatural thriller brings an emotionally charged story to the foreground even in the midst of terrifying paranormal experiences.The film centers on Gla (Paris Intarakomalyasut) and Wee (Thanapob Leeratanakachorn), two doctors who experience a ghost sigh

Review: ‘Spare Parts’ Thrums With a Punk Rock Skull-Smashing Spirit

While I’ve previously discussed horror films in which bands must face the music (and their own mortality), Spare Parts is unlike anything on that list. In the film, an all-girl punk group named Ms. 45 (which is not only a rad band name, but also an excellent genre reference) are shredding their way

‘Things Heard & Seen’ is a Chilling, Bucolic Masterpiece

Things Heard & Seen is set to release tomorrow on Netflix. The stunning, and often harrowing, supernatural tale based on the novel All Things Cease to Appear by Elizabeth Brundage was co-written and directed by Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini.In the film, Catherine Claire (Amanda Seyfried)

‘Mortal Kombat’ Delivers a Flawless Victory

Mortal Kombat has become part of pop culture on a molecular level at this point. From its early beginnings on arcades to the fight being taken home on game consoles, this game has been with us a extensive amount of time. Over the years, the brutality and graphics have gone through several revolution

[REVIEW] “I Am Sophie:” Reality is Not What it Seems

Since the internet became so ubiquitous, people have always asked the question: how do you replicate the realness of a movie like The Blair Witch Project when anyone can easily find info online? The YouTube channel I Am Sophie solves that problem. While the entire series is available on YouTube, iHo

In ‘I Blame Society,’ Women Make Great Murderers

This year’s Unnamed Footage Festival got off to a hilariously satirical start with Gillian Wallace Horvat’s I Blame Society. With laughs, meta filmmaking and some disturbing violence, this feature debut from Horvat promises a bright future for her writing and directing in the horror genre.Described

Finding Horror Community in Lockdown: Unnamed Footage Festival Recap

This is coverage of the Unnamed Footage Film Festival 24-hour webathon, continue reading for a look at the fourth year of the only found footage festival in North America. There is no doubt that the way we watch films has been tested in the last year. Theaters struggle to hold on as blockbuster film

SXSW Review ‘Sound of Violence’: Where Bloodshed and Art Collide

The intersection between art and violence is a subject well-traversed in horror. In the last few years alone, films like The Perfection, Nocturne, and Velvet Buzzsaw have attempted to define what happens when the two meet. Tonight at SXSW’s virtual festival, writer/director Alex Noyer’s Sound of Vio

Review: ‘Happily’ Is an Enthralling Marriage of RomCom and Thriller

Everyone is friends with ‘that’ couple. You know, the couple who are so in love that it hurts to be around them. They’re so perfect that being close to them only highlights your own flaws. That kind of couple. In this case, this is the lovely duo of Tom (Joel McHale) and Janet (Kerry Bishé). They’re

SXSW Review ‘The Feast’: Quiet, Dread-Inducing Folk Horror

The Feast, a Welsh-language horror film from director Lee Haven Jones and writer Roger Williams, took center stage at SXSW 2021 virtual edition this evening.The film centers on a wealthy family preparing for a quiet dinner party at their modern, minimalist home in the Welsh countryside. The woman wh

SXSW Review ‘Jakob’s Wife’: A Gloriously Bloody Glow-Up Tale

Jakob’s Wife is probably the best horror film I’ve seen at SXSW so far this year. There is just something so charming about it that you can’t help but smile through the bloodshed. Initially it’s darkly lit and depressing, much like the relationship in its narrative, the film eventually turns on itse

SXSW Review ‘Broadcast Signal Intrusion’: A Mixed Signal

A videotape archivist becomes obsessed with images broadcast through the television airwaves in the late 90s that sets him on a course to solve a mystery that may involve his dead wife in Jacob Gentry’s Broadcast Signal Intrusion which screened at the 2021 SXSW Film Festival.Harry Shum stars as Jame