Although it has a few bright spots, Nightmare Radio suffers from an over-saturated market paired with stories that don’t quite do enough to stand out.
Rock, Paper, and Scissors uses its limited cast and space and turns around and creates unlimited potential that merits repeated viewing.
Brooklyn Horror Film Festival presents the HOME INVASION shorts.
PORNO Starring: Katelyn Pearce, Glenn Stott, Robbie Tann, Jillian Mueller, Larry Saperstein, and Evan Daves
While it could have used a bit more explosivity in parts, The Swerve is a powerfully unnerving domestic psychodrama.
A bit of body horror, a lot of psychological, and a sprinkle of cosmic and romance. I can’t recommend Daniel Isn’t Real enough, it truly has it all.
Writer and director Chelsea Lupkin’s short film Flagged premiered as part of Hulu’s Huluween Film Fest, in collaboration with the Sundance Institute.
Pennywise may be back but It Chapter 2 explores the lingering effects of childhood fears in this creepy continuation of a Stephen King classic.
DIS/MEMBER reviews the “Something Strange” block of short films from the North Bend Film Festival. These films use sci-fi to comment on the human condition.
‘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’.