Damon Albarn & Michael Nyman teamed up to create a score that is equal parts creative and maddening.Read More The Music of Ravenous(1999)
I revisit one of the most shocking films I have ever seen, and make a case for dissecting themes in such movies.Read More Nekromantik II: Re-purposing the Romantic.
Chris Rock wrote a new Saw film, and we examine the intersection between horror and comedy.Read More A new SAW film is coming from Chris Rock
In anticipation of Midsommar, here are 5 other horror films that utilize bright natural lighting instead of darkness.Read More Sunny and 73: Horror in the Daylight
Through heavy handed directing and insane performances, Schlingenseif and Blackest Heart create an incoherent, viscerally gut churning soapbox to address the ghosts of German past and the fears of reunification.Read More Blackest Heart(1990) and Reassessing Our Collective Past
The First Purge intersects horror and politics. Why does it hit so close to home?Read More The First Purge and Politics in Horror.
Josh Lobo’s debut is a rare gem that out-punches its weight class to secure a spot among paranoid horror classics.Read More Review: I Trapped The Devil
Scary Stories is a must see documentary for fans of the classic story collections, or fans of literature in general.Read More Preview: Scary Stories
Revisiting the father of all Vampire films, Nosferatu: A Symphony Of HorrorRead More Revisiting Nosferatu (1922)
A brief look at the importance of The Cabinet of Dr CaligariRead More Opening the Cabinet of Dr. Caligari