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At The Blood Red Carpet For Hulu And Blumhouse’s Premiere Of ‘Into The Dark’ Episode ‘The Body’

Halloween is just around the corner, which is the perfect season of horror. But just because the calendar changes to November 1st, doesn't mean...

Women in Horror Film Festival Presents International Short Films Block

Beginning October 4, 2018, filmmakers from across the globe will converge on Peachtree City, Georgia to take part in the 2nd Annual Women in...

TIFF Interview with Female-Led German Zombie Film ‘Endzeit’ Writer and Director

Endzeit (Ever After) is a gorgeous, haunting, intimate, and hopeful German zombie film that gives the apocalypse a bit of a fairytale-like twist. The film...

TIFF Review: ‘The Wind’ Howls as an Atmospheric, Sinister Horror-Western

Directed by Emma Tammi, The Wind is a grim, atmospheric study of a desolate environment that hides a dark secret. The script was developed from true...

TIFF Review: Jeremy Saulnier’s ‘Hold the Dark’ is Beautifully Bleak

Hold the Dark is the latest film from extraordinarily talented director Jeremy Saulnier (Murder Party, Blue Ruin, Green Room). It's a harsh, bleak, and visually...

TIFF Review: Though Uneven, ‘The Predator’ is a Bloody Good Time

First thing's first, I love Predator. It's the quintessential maximum machismo 80's genre film. From the steady one-liners and bicep-flexing standoff, to the battle cries...

TIFF Interview with ‘Freaks’ Co-Writers/Directors Zach Lipovsky & Adam B. Stein

Fresh from the TIFF world premiere of Freaks, I was able to sit down with the film's writers/directors - Adam B. Stein and Zach Lipovsky -...

TIFF Review: ‘Halloween’ is a Brutal, Beautiful 40th Anniversary Gift

There’s something magical about sitting in a packed theatre with hundreds of die-hard fans, about to watch the movie they’ve been waiting to see...

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Here’s Everything Coming to Shudder in March!

AMC's all horror/thriller streaming service, Shudder, has another great lineup of additions coming to the platform beginning in March with originals and exclusives you...

‘Train to Busan’ Follow Up, Peninsula is Not a Direct Sequel

Turns out Yeon Sang-ho’s follow-up to Train to Busan is not a "sequel" by name. Peninsula doesn't directly continue the same story. Instead, it...

‘Orphan’ Prequel ‘Esther’ Headed Our Way from William Brent Bell

While William Brent Bell is preparing for the opening of Brahms: The Boy II this weekend, he's also got something new up his sleeve with...

Eli Roth Up to Direct a ‘Borderlands’ Film Adaptation at Lionsgate

Pandora is about to be a heck of a busy and a much bloodier place. We only just saw the release of Borderlands 3,...