In an ambitious effort to capture the human condition, Lifechanger delivers a familiar story about an outsider trying to get inside, and there is something relatable in the downfall of this complex character.
From the creator of the MTV series Punk’d comes Jason Goldberg’s directorial debut.
The God Inside My Ear is a detour into a psychedelic ride through the Twilight Zone—and we are sitting sidecar for the trip.
If getting revenge is sweet to you, then check out The Executioners.
Recently released on Shudder, Cold Hell is a densely packed fast-paced horror-thiller done right. Add this to the top of your queue ASAP.
Will a return to Amityville make Giuseppe want to run back to Brooklyn?
Is The Shadow Man another run-of-the-mill Creepypasta adaption, or does it hit a stride among the pack?
Investigative Discovery’s latest is an insight into one of the worst summers in US history, and the documentary lets viewers relive the insanity felt throughout New York City in 1977.
Another trip to the stake lands doesn’t live up to the original’s caliber, but the end result is an vamp-hunting, emotional adventure flick worth checking out – especially if you’re a Stake Land fan.
Eighteen years have passed and finally the fifth and final installment of the Phantasm franchise has been released to polarizing reviews... but where does this Phantasm die hard stand?
Ever since the boom of the dystopian sub-genre there has been an influx of Hunger Games imitators (a rip-off in its own right), and The Thinning follows tread in the shadow.
After a brief vacation from HorrorTalk, Giuseppe survived Wolf Creek and Mick’s murderous rampage, emerging from the Outback with a new series for the hounds to check out.
A delve back into daylight sends Janie off her hinges as this art house chiller shifts into high gear midway thru, but leaves question marks after the curtain fades.
Do you want to add another found-footage flick to add to the stockpile?
It’s simple: Girl in Woods
It's simple; The Other Side of the Door is a noble but unsuccessful attempt at the haunting genre.
Jeremy Saulnier’s latest effort is a swiftly paced punk rock themed venture into trepidation and sheer brutality. One of 2016’s best. Watch it.
A noble attempt at the “haunting” subgenre trips out of the gate, although in the end catches up to speed before the credits roll. But is it too late?
Would you have sex with a corpse? What about a celebrity's corpse? Some characters in The Corpse of Anna Fritz would. The question is why?
Emelie does an excellent job forcing parents to cringe and second guess leaving their children with a babysitter.
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