Just off of a buzz generating debut at the Tribeca Film Festival, the trailer for Sean King O’Grady’s feature film […]
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Eric’s Portland Horror Film Festival Review: The Turn of the Screw (2021)
★★★★ out of ★★★★★
An insightful take on a classic ghost story. Director Alex Galvin manages to maintain the melancholy tragedy of the Henry James Gothic tale, while adding in an appropriate modern twist that adds an extra layer of meaning to the proceedings.
Popcorn Frights Announces Second Wave of Programming for Virtual Festival!
You can also catch Popcorn Frights from the comfort of your own home! From August 12-19, you can catch the big second wave of films that can arrive straight to your living room. Twenty-one feature films and a plethora of live and animated horror shorts for your entertainment. And, if you fest at home, the popcorn will be so much cheaper!
Popcorn Frights is Going Live in 2021! The First Wave Lineup of In-Theater Features has been Announced.
One of The Scariest Thing’s favorite genre film festivals is Popcorn Frights, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. After a year where they couldn’t have a live festival, things have now opened up. It’s time to go back to the cinema in a big way!
Eric’s Review: Escape Room: Tournament of Champions (2021)
★★★ out of ★★★★★
Once more into the maze! It’s still full of tricks, traps, misdirection, and impossible challenges. As it was the last time, the killer escape rooms are hugely imaginative, even if the overriding plot isn’t. It’s an entertaining low-calorie thrill ride that is as entertaining and exciting as a roller coaster, but it has about as much nuance and character development as an carnie ride as well.
Liz’s Review: Fear Street Part One: 1994
Spend your summer in Shadeyside with Fear Street!
Dead List: The 25 Best Giallo Titles
Giallo is known for many things. The flash of a killer’s knife blade. Black gloves. Gordian knot mysteries and plot twists. Sexy women in lurid, compromising, and let’s be fair- misogynistic situations. Salacious eye catching posters. Blood. So much blood. And, crazily evocative bordering on non-sensical titles. The Scariest Things dove deep into the Giallo well to find the best titles in the genre.