In this dark and atmospheric retelling, director Osgood Perkins creates a visually stunning film that explores the fearsome power of womanhood and the monsters that live in the woods.
Believe the hype about Color Out of Space. Richard Stanley’s return to features is a weird tales masterpiece and a technical marvel.
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.
DIS/MEMBER’s coverage of CINEPOCALYPSE 2019 continues with a review of the shocking Sundance favorite MOPE!
[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.
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.
Assassinaut launches us to a future where, after the Earth has been invaded by aliens, kids are sent to space in a propoganda campaign.