Here is The Scariest Things' preview of South Korea's Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival’s (BIFAN) 2023 edition.
On Saturday, May 27th at 3:45 p.m., the black comedy CLAUDIA--- directed by Edward Westrop --- will have its world premiere at The Romford Film Festival.
Chattanooga Film Festival serves up another scintillating cinematic stew of genre films for its 2023 edition, running June 23rd through the 29th.
★★★★ out of ★★★★★ 🩸🩸🩸🩸🩸 out of 🩸🩸🩸🩸🩸 A couple whose marriage is decidedly not in a good place — and add a newborn baby to that mix — find their lives fraught with horror thanks to the titular piece of furniture in the Spanish feature The Coffee Table.
Oscilloscope has dropped the new MOON GARDEN poster and announced theatrical dates.
Joseph reviews three fine short films from MidWest WeirdFest.
★★★★ out of ★★★★★ 🩸 out of 🩸🩸🩸🩸🩸 Tense chiller TRADER boasts energetic direction and editing along with a jaw-dropping performance by Kimberly-Sue Murray as the only character seen on screen, a sociopath bent on making money from day trading, no matter the cost to others.
Chattanooga Film Festival offers up its first wave announcement for 2023!
Joseph reviews two fine features from Boston Underground Film Festival. Sick of Myself ★★★★ out of ★★★★★ Nightsiren ★★★1/2 out of ★★★★★
Joseph reviews two splatterific mayhem-and-mirth features from FrightFest Glasgow. Here for Blood ★★★★ out of ★★★★★ Smoking Causes Coughing ★★★1/2 out of ★★★★★
★★★ out of ★★★★★ The Quantum Devil ★★★★1/2 out of ★★★★★ Darker ★★★★ out of ★★★★★ Virgil Reviews of three films from Romford Horror Festival.
Joseph reviews three ★★★★ out of ★★★★★ horror shorts from the U.K.'s Romford Horror Festival.
World War I-set horror feature The Bunker, which I listed in my “Top 10 Horror Films of 2022” article, is...
★★★★★ out of ★★★★★ Graham Skipper's "Godzilla: The Ultimate Illustrated Guide," from Welbeck Publishing, is a thing of beauty, and a volume that Godzilla and monster-movie fans of all stripes should consider required reading and owning.
★★★3/4 out of ★★★★★ Kids can be little devils, as fright-fare fanatics well know, and There’s Something Wrong with the Children does a fun, eerie job of further proving that adage to be true.
MidWest WeirdFest delivers another flurry of the mystical and the mind-boggling this year with its first-wave announcement for its seventh edition. Taking place March 3–5, 2023 at the Micon Downtown Cinema in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, the fest presents thought-provoking documentaries and cutting-edge narrative films.
This year had no shortage of incredible fright-fare films, and whittling down my “best of 2022” list to 10 from 20 strong candidates was a difficult task — one so daunting that I had to have two ties, as leaving any of the following features off of my list would have been a travesty. Here is what I ultimately came up with.
★★★★ out of ★★★★★ A high school counselor’s trip to Kansas City, Kansas so that he can help out a student turns into an oddball odyssey in this winning, blood-soaked comedy.
Joseph reviews three ★★★★ out of ★★★★★ short films from Another Hole in the Head Film Festival: 7 MINUTES IN HELL, ANGEL CITY HORROR, and THE WELL.
Cognitive ★★★★ out of ★★★★★ The Keys ★★★1/2 out of ★★★★★ A King in Yellow ★★★1/2 out of ★★★★★ Joseph reviews three thrilling slices of fear-fare from Another Hole in the Head Film Festival.
★★★★ out of ★★★★★ The latest crytpozoology documentary from the terrific Small Town monsters production company is another solid effort, this one focusing on the history and social issues surrounding the Jersey Devil.
★★★1/2 out of ★★★★★ A skeptical husband goes against his superstitious wife’s wishes and finds himself in a downward spiral of tragedy in this brooding Korean chiller.