Rupture mixes science fiction and horror and ends up satisfying fans of neither.
Nathan Carson delivers a weird, wonderful debut with Starr Creek.
Edward Lee is much more than the king of hardcore horror, and Terra Insanus is proof of that.
A Dark Song is eerie, strangely beautiful, and bizarre.
Chupacabra Territory is a hot, flat, uninspired mess.
The Bye Bye Man is even worse that its silly name suggests.
As a post-apocalytic thriller, The Tribe delivers a decent amount of tension but very little apocalypse.
Visually stunning, tense, weird, and wonderfully gory at times, Raw offers a tasty morsel to film lovers who aren't afraid of keeping it strange and cannibalistic.
Despite a good dose of gore and some great imagery, VooDoo is another forgettable found footage film.
Dead Story offers great production values and solid performances for a low budget film, but is marred by mediocre writing.
Lust, lies, and layers upon layers of deception make Park Chan-wook's The Handmaiden a great entry into his already impressive catalog.
Adam Cesare and Matt Serafini deliver one of the best collaborations of 2016 in All-Night Terror.
Nick Mamatas is one of the most versatile authors working today, and I Am Providence is a testament to his talent.
Scott Nicolay delivers a unique monster and a master class of tension and dialogue in Noctuidae.
Stephanie M. Wytovich has opened the doors to her Brothel to everyone, and stepping through that door is the best thing you will do this week.
With Underwater Fistfight, Matt Betts wants to punch your brain underwater and fill it with weirdness, and you should let him.
Fans of Adam Cesare were surprised and delighted when he dropped an unexpected novel this week. Gabino caught up with him to talk about not just that, but publishing, movies, Stranger Things, and more!
With Rapture of the Deep, Cody Goodfellow cements his status as one of the top purveyors of Lovecraftian fiction.
Some movies you forget. Some movies you like. Some movies you love. Which matter most? The ones that mess you up for life.
Paul Tremblay cements his status as one of the best voices in contemporary horor with a creepy tale of loss and ghostly presences.
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