If you’re one of those people who really miss video games of yesteryear, then boy do I have something special for you today. ‘Bloodwash’ is a giallo-inspired horror game with low-poly graphics. On the surface it looks like something from the N64 or PS1 era, but underneath it’s pumping with darkness and creativity. You play […]
Its Halloween month, and you know what that means! Horror movies that fit that Halloween vibe like a glove, and Natty Knocks has that much at least. The story takes place in the days before Halloween when a babysitter and the a group of kids discover a killer and try to stop him, only to
Scientific studies have concluded that 12.5% of the population suffer from claustrophobia. In the United States, reportedly 521,705 people went missing between the years of 1990-2021. Take these two concerning components, add in a bit of grief, rage, a beautifully complex location, and a horde of mysterious creatures, and you have the recipe for the
This month will focus on found footage horror movies that hold up surprisingly well and deserve more recognition. I couldn’t think of a more better way to set the mood than with Creep(2014). A very unsettling film and really gets you to think of how psychopathic someone could be and you never would know it.
I heard a lot of chatter of how good and terrifying Talk to Me was. The directorial debut of Philippou Brothers had a strong box office opening as well. Both things enticed me to see what all the hype was about. I can fairly say that it deserves the accolades and to be talked about.
‘August Underground’ is an extreme found-footage film that has quite the reputation around it. Anytime you search for a “most intense” or “most disturbing” movie list, it usually ranks rather highly. It’s been a film that’s eluded me for a long time – mostly because I don’t have any friends who were willing to watch
In the early 00’s, the New French Extremity Movement was well underway. Horror was going back to its transgressive routes and addressing various taboos that not only reflected the anger and frustration within the political climate of the country, but it also forced viewers to question how much they were willing to see. ‘Calvaire’, AKA
Oh, once again, we’ve returned to an infamous “Video Nasty” just for your (dis?)pleasure. Tonight’s offering is a hefty dose of necrophilia, depression, and bad romance. It’s coverage of these topics was so taboo that it was only released here in the United States (with an official release) in 2014. ‘Nekromantik’ tells the tragic love
A little while back I had heard a podcaster discussing his top 10 films of 2022, and among them he highly placed an independent festival film titled ‘Speak No Evil’. The podcaster was very vague with the details, but said that this film is “fucking evil.” He was not exaggerating . Two families – one