Michael Walls-Kelly decided to compile a list of the best Canadian horror films to watch this winter.
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.
It’s almost Halloween, and if you’re anything like me that can mean only one thing: it’s almost time to watch Halloween! How do they rank? Find out here.
The Hunt, a movie made by Blumhouse Productions and distributed by Universal Pictures, stopped production. How did The First Purge go unnoticed?
‘Extra Ordinary’ is a fun and funny addition to the horror-comedy genre. Maeve Higgins is the standout star in this low-key ‘Ghostbusters’ meets ‘What We Do in the Shadows’.
It’s been 10 years since A Perfect Getaway was released. I think it’s safe to say that it will remain a hidden gem.
This take on ‘The Most Dangerous Game’ is at its best when it goes off on unexpected paths. The acting and directing are well-worth the watch.
‘Jade’s Asylum’ is a hallucinatory exploration of the title character’s mind, and a supernatural slasher that ultimately misses the mark.
‘The Gangster, The Cop, The Devil’ is a fun South Korean crime thriller that doesn’t reinvent the wheel. It’s the perfect vehicle for Don Lee’s starpower.
[CINEPOCALYPSE] ‘THE MUTE’ AND ‘THE LAST TO SEE THEM’ ARE DELIBERATELY PACED, STYLIZED AND WORTH WATCHING
Bartosz Konopka’s ‘The Mute’ and Sara Summa’s ‘The Last to See Them’ aren’t just standard genre films, they’re proof of the importance of film festivals.