Michael Walls-Kelly decided to compile a list of the best Canadian horror films to watch this winter.
Halloween is firmly in the rearview mirror, and the Winter Holiday spending season is firmly
Black Christmas delivers an unexpected gift by providing a different sort of movie aimed at educating and promoting difficult discussions about sexism and gender among young people.
Five Characters in Search of an Exit takes the idea of existentialism, the philosophy of knowing who you are, and being able to cast your acts of will, into a troubling experience for five characters.
Ravenous is the perfect kind of movie to watch in the winter. Hell, you can even put on a stew and have a friend over for dinner.
Forget the milk and cookies. Krampus is here for your schnapps and to make sure that you and your loved ones have behaved this year…or else!
Justin and Insha have a pretty dope talk about Black Christmas. They talk the three films, why the ladies are so dope and why it matters in general!
Brrrrrrr. Baby, it’s cold outside. You know how to beat that frostbite? Snuggle up with our December issue of IN GLOOM focused on non-other than Christmas.
Into the Dark offers a mix bag of movies using a concept where each month, there is a new horror movie based on various holidays.
In his sophomore film, Robert Eggers (The Witch) returns for a distinctly darker, haunting tale of loneliness and the madness it brings in The Lighthouse.