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horror

Luz (2019) Film Review

German writer-director Tilman Singer is at the helm of a hell-raising and hypnotic horror showcase in a feature debut that sizzles, rattles, and bewilders. Singer's Luz may be indescribable to pinpoint as far as demonic possession

Midsommar (2019) Film Review

Following in Hereditary’s footsteps, Ari Aster’s sophomore horror feature film revels in occult imagery and extreme third act escalation, whilst loitering in the realms of plot predictability and convention to produce a film that at best

Crawl (2019) Film Review

The Sunshine State is known for a lot of things that come to mind: the Disney experience, gorgeous heated weather, booming tourism, the exquisite beaches, delicious oranges, the melting pot of a diverse population, etc. However,

Ma (2019) Film Review

Tate Taylor, director of The Help and The Girl on the Train, puts on his horror hat for the thrilling and relentlessly entertaining Ma. Octavia Spencer plays Sue Ann, a twisted and lonely woman who befriends a group of teenagers in the

Starfish (2019) Film Review

In his feature debut, writer-director A.T. White takes his own personal experiences and creates a film that is more than just your archetypal sci-fi horror drama. The world of the protagonist, Aubrey (Virginia Gardner), has come to an

The Female Gaze

"Fear isn’t something that we get to go through many times, and it’s an emotion full of adrenaline, excitement and sheer terror. It’s something that is completely different to any other emotion because it causes us to react in ways we might…

Hell Fest (2018) Film Review

Hell Fest features the perfect setting for a slasher, where monsters lurk round every corner waiting for unsuspecting victims to cross their paths. Of course, it’s all just for fun and no one is supposed to get hurt, but in Hell Fest, one…