Bursting with feral energy, Tamae Garateguy's She Wolf (original title: Mujer Lobo) is a fever dream about sex and love and sex and then a little more sex. And then the screaming starts.
The excellent new horror film We Are What We Are is not exactly an attack on any specific religion, but it is a trenchant and fascinating indictment of the ways in which religion can brainwash and poison even the most innocent of souls.
It's only because the phrase "the horror version of Paul Thomas Anderson's Magnolia" popped into my head three or four times during the excellent new horror film Proxy that I feel comfortable bringing it up here.
A film like Randy Moore's certifiably bizarre Escape from Tomorrow comes bearing a rather unique history.
Presented as both an earnest homage to the original Patrick and a sweet love letter to the latter-era Hammer films, Mark Hartley's Patrick is nobody's idea of a "subtle" horror movie
An approaching comet, a cracked cell phone, and a dinner party are the building blocks upon which Coherence is constructed.
A group of self-obsessed but generally likable friends get together for a quiet little dinner party, and eventually the conversation touches upon a comet that's supposed to be soaring far overheard at the very moment -- and that's when you get the first clue that the odd indie sci-fi thriller Coherence is about to become something very familiar... or very weird.
Fantastic Fest has just announced the first wave of films to screen at the annual Texas festival. Among the highlights are Man of Tai Chi (with star Keanu Reeves there in person) and Nightbreed - The Cabal Cut, a two-and-a-half hour "director's cut" of Clive Barker's classic film.
Fantastic Fest has chosen their opening night film: Machete Kills. This will be the world premiere of the Robert Rodriguez film
A Mecca for geekery, Fantastic Fest has been an Austin staple since 2005.