In honor of the big 6-1, here are 6-plus-1 reasons why Burton will always have a place in my weirdly-proportioned, Suburban Gothic heart.
What if you had to live the day of a significant breakup over and over? That’s precisely the premise that ‘The Incredible Shrinking Wknd’ runs with.
‘Black Magic for White Boys’ succeeds in the way that it combines relevant political commentary, philosophical inquiry, and — well — black magic.
In “Shadows Within” Cinepocalypse showcases a series of short and surreal psychological horror films from a variety of talented directors.
Director Daniel de la Vega’s ‘Punto Muerto’ (Dead End) is a black-and-white murder mystery that brings together literary endeavors and crime beautifully.
From the fantastic cast to the fun jump scenes to the humorous writing, ‘Ghost Killers VS. Bloody Mary’ is comedy horror at its finest.
In Belzebuth, director Emilio Portes delivers a compelling story about an ancient demon, the Vatican, and a father grieving the loss of his child.
There have been no shortage of cyber-thriller films involving sexual exploitation, bullying, and suicide, but #LIKE manages to elevate the genre.
Hallowed Ground follows married couple Vera and Alice as they travel to a secluded cabin and stumble into a blood feud between neighbors.
We Have Always Lived in the Castle (2019) is a beautiful, gothic adaptation of Shirley Jackson’s 1962 novel of the same name.