While eagerly waiting for the wide release of Chad Crawford Kinkle’s new film, Dementer, Michael revisits his first film, Jug Face (2013).
The 2010s delivers a great many thoughtful and complex films that have taken the genre to a high place. Here are some of Michael’s top choices.
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.
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.
RED LETTER DAY is a dysfunctional film that provides an apt metaphor for the dysfunctional world it mirrors.
The combination of good characters, a solid story, excellent special effects, and an overall appearance makes MARLA MAE worth checking out, and Lisa van Dam-Bates is an artist to keep an eye on.
NIGHTMARE CINEMA Starring: Eric Nelsen, Sarah Withers, Kevin Fonteyne, Chris Warren | Richard Chamberlain, Zarah
Incident in a Ghostland continues beyond where Martyrs ended. Incident in a Ghostland reinterprets horror movie tropes, defying their conventional usages.
This period-piece, feature debut by Director William McGregor plays out more like a gothic horror novella than a modern scary movie.
Sator uses stripped-back, bare-bones horror elements very effectively and builds a deep world and story that keeps you guessing.