Rust Creek is one to look out for.
Don’t dig in Dad’s tool shed if you aren’t ready for what’s in there….
Stunning and surprising, but still a little how I imagined Latvia.
Mercy, absolution, freedom…what do you want to get out of your possession?
With an unsettling atmosphere, plenty of blood, and great performances, What Keeps You Alive gives fans of indie horror something to celebrate.
An atmospheric, creepy tale Zig thinks you should check out.
They say you can't do a throwback style in a PG-13 flick and still bring the creepy…Our House didn't get that memo.
The film will make its debut at the Fantasia Film Festival.
A movie about camping and killing, though not very much of either actually happens.
I Remember You is slow and moody and very, very cold.
IFC Midnight's latest arrives next month.
A bloody after-hours roadtrip spawned in the mind of horror author Bryan Smith. Fun with a capital "Holy Fuck!"
Nick drops another review with us, this time IFC Midnight's Killing Ground.
Darkness Rising tries to set itself apart from every other possession flick but just misses the mark.
A Dark Song is eerie, strangely beautiful, and bizarre.
What could be more metal than Satan forcing someone to murder? (Nothing. Nothing could be more metal than that.)
The past never dies; it just waits to haunt your future.
Is a 13-year-old ripe for a remake?
Zig thinks not.
For these cops, Hell is just a radio call away.
This reboot does nothing special or new to justify remaking the fever, other than having an excuse to shed blood in a forest.
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