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Popcorn Frights Review: Sylvia Caminer Comments On Influencer Culture With Debut Thriller ‘Follow Her’

The idea of a social media influencer has taken off greatly within the last couple decades but it’s never been at more of the forefront than it is right now in 2022. Sylvia Caminer’s feature length directorial debut, Follow Her, takes the idea of a social media influencer and places it firmly into a psychological thriller when an aspiring actress […]

NBFF Review: Mali Elfman’s Next Exit Addresses Difficult Topics Via A Unique Lens

When a research scientist makes national headlines by seemingly proving the existence of an afterlife and opening a facility that facilitates the peaceful transition to the other side for research purposes, people from all over the country travel to be the first ones to experience it. Two lost souls, Rose (Katie Parker) and Teddy (Rahul Kohli) arrange travel plans with […]

CFF Review: Harry Owens Hauntingly Tackles Grief With “The Unsettling”

“I thought we were here for a break” “I thought we were here to start over?” These lines between a grieving husband and wife midway through Harry Owen’s directorial debut, The Unsettling, perfectly encapsulates the feeling of attempting to restart your life after a tragedy. Abena (Zephani Idoko) and Kwame (Bambadjan Bamba) are at entirely different stages of the grieving […]

UFF Review: Intergalactic Voyeurism With Patrick Donnelly’s ‘The Alien Report’

“Based on reports of extraterrestrial encounters” is the first thing you see when starting Patrick Donnelly’s 2022 found footage sci-fi film “The Alien Report” and it’s a message that attempts to root this story within reality. Pentagon footage, abduction reports and questions of the aliens intentions with humanity quickly set the stage for the story to kickstart with the narrator […]

10 of My Favorite 2021 Horror Posters

As 2021 nears its end we like to reflect on our favorite works that have release over the last year and one often overlooked aspect is the movie poster. They can draw you in with their beautiful visuals and they can inform you of what to expect from the movie using minimal imagery and text, but most importantly they can often make you consider adding a movie to your watchlist based entirely off the work of the incredibly talented graphic designer(s) behind them.

Review: Slumber Party Massacre (2021)

Horror movies and remakes go hand in hand and throughout the years they’ve ranged from solid updates and additions to an existing franchise to blatant cash grabs that fail to update the original property in any meaningful way. Enter “Slumber Party Massacre,” the 2021 film that serves as both a remake to the 1982 original “The Slumber Party Massacre” but […]

Review: V/H/S/94

It’s been a few years since the last installment but the “V/H/S” series has returned with a more retro aesthetic which injects some new life into this uneven series of anthology films. Each entry in the franchise has featured a couple of standout segments, but the newly released “V/H/S/94” might feature the most consistent set of shorts in the franchise […]