Don't Leave Home could have been a solid horror movie, but fails to deliver.
Cynthia is a nasty, gory, dirty explosion of fun that takes being funny very seriously.
With an unsettling atmosphere, plenty of blood, and great performances, What Keeps You Alive gives fans of indie horror something to celebrate.
Chris Crow delivers a creepy, claustrophobic narrative in The Lighthouse.
5th Passenger has all the right elements, but ultimately falls short.
Gabino packs his bags for a trip to The Cabin at the End of the World.
Anti Matter delivers lots of tension and solid production values, but stumbles at the end.
R.S. Belcher delivers another narrative that walks the line between everyday life and the surreal world of magic.
The horror author has suffered some major burns, and we can help him.
In Transgemination, Glenn Gray offers a gooey, humorous, extremely weird slice of top-notch pulp.
With The Unyielding, Gary J. Shipley shows once again why he is the master of dripping, surreal, bizarre horror.
A great anthology for a great cause.
Charles Cassady Jr. goes deep into the very murky water of New Orleans' past.
The Crucifixion delivers great visuals, but adds nothing to the possession subgenre.
Wiith Blanky, Kealan Patrick Burke explores impossible horrors and some that are too real.
John Rector brings together the best of horror, science fiction, and mysteries in The Ridge.
With The Warblers, Amber Fallon cements herself as one of the strongest voices in the newest generation of weird horror fiction authors.
In A Collection of Nightmares, Christina Sng delivers outstanding tales of horror and apocalypse via poetry.
Jack Bantry breathes new life into splatterpunk with a fiesty take on a cryptozoological classic.
With School's Out, Brian Keene does it again, and offers an extra emotional punch.
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