Mike Flanagan’s debut picture ABSENTIA was something truly special: a quiet, slow burning indie horror film that betrayed its budgetary cramps at every turn and used an existing location—in this case, a creep
Each year, TIFF’s Midnight Madness program provides a home for hungry genre buffs where blood is spilled for adoring crowds to squeal in delight.
More faux doc than “found footage,” Ti West’s THE SACRAMENT exceeds at effectively blurring lines, subsequently succeeding at being horrifying and grounded.
Ready-to-pop pregnant Esther Woodhouse (Alexia Rasmussen, pictured above) is walking home from an obstetrician’s appointment when she’s brutally attacked in the street by a hooded stranger.
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If you recall, we first met Richard Riddick, an extreme survivalist Furyan with hyper sensitive eyes that aid him to see in the dark at long distances, in the modern cult favorite PITCH BLACK.
Whether WITHER positioned itself as a child of Sam Raimi’s iconic low budget debut or not, the lineage would be easy to trace.
Considering that the Patterson-Gimlin film clip of a wandering Bigfoot is perhaps the most famous bit of amateur monster footage in history, it’s surprising that a modern vérité horror film hasn’t directly sp
The noted philosophers of Spinal Tap once observed that “There’s a fine line between stupid and clever,” and it’s that delineation that gives BIG ASS SPIDER!