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Review: Boy Harsher’s ‘The Runner’ Sprints Onto Shudder With a Killer Soundtrack

An experimental Shudder original film from Northampton, MA based electronic music duo Boy Harsher isn’t something many people probably ever had on their list of “things that will actually exist at some point” but that’s precisely what The Runner is. A hybrid that falls somewhere in between film and visual album (though leans much closer to the latter), The Runner […]

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: Matthias Schweighöfer’s ‘Army of Thieves’ Raises The Stakes and The Takes

A prequel that’s actually a traditional heist film not centered around zombies is something nobody could’ve expected upon watching Zack Snyder’s Army of the Dead when it released earlier this year, but that’s exactly what audiences will be getting when Matthias Schweighöfer’s Army of Thieves hits Netflix on October 29. The film follows a young Ludwig Dieter, the oddball safe […]

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 […]

Fantastic Fest Review: Phil Tippett’s ‘Mad God’

After being presented with the text of an ancient scroll followed by establishing shots depicting the hellish landscape surrounding a sinister spire that looms over a monster-infested dystopian wasteland, it’s quite clear Phil Tippett’s epic stop-motion adventure Mad God is going to be an incredible sight to behold, a sentiment that remains true right up until the credits roll. This […]