Homegrown Horrors come from within. Insha takes on the Homegrown Horrors shorts program from the Boston Underground Film Festival.
The Boston Underground Film Festival has an interesting spread of stories. Michael reviews the Dark [Mid]Night of the Soul slate of shorts films.
Have we gone too far in our desire for internet fandom and the desire to create viral videos? That’s the question central to Clickbait.
The 21st annual Boston Underground Film Festival ran from March 20th to March 24th. Here is a review of some of the animated shorts featured this year.
The Unthinkable was a nice surprise, but just as unpredictable and entertaining.
Though lighter than some of Noé’s past offerings, Climax is a must watch that will leave you wondering how humans so quickly deteriorate to a base state.
Happy Death Day 2U is half-horror, half-science fiction, and, with a talented cast and a brilliant script, it’s a goddamn great sequel.
These four short films will be among those shown during the Final Girls UK event We Are The Weirdos, which serves to showcase international women in horror.
SEIZURE is not a movie you’re going to fall in love with, but it’s an experience you’re never going to forget.
In honour of the upcoming series, Michael’s put together Shudder episodes from Joe Bob’s three specials that are essential. Grab a drink, watch, enjoy.