Review: ‘Daniel Isn’t Real’ is one of the best indie horrors of 2019.

Review: ‘Daniel Isn’t Real’ is one of the best indie horrors of 2019.

With an extremely successful run at all the buzziest genre festivals this year, Daniel Isn’t Real has everything a horror fan could want and more. In theaters today, find out why an imaginary friend can do more harm than good. Daniel Isn’t Real is a psychological mindf*ck.

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Brooklyn Horror Film Festival will screen ‘The Shed’ this weekend for its North American premiere.

Brooklyn Horror Film Festival will screen ‘The Shed’ this weekend for its North American premiere.

THE SHED, the acclaimed sophomore feature from writer/director Frank Sabatella (Lionsgate’s Blood Night: The Legend of Mary Hatchet), is immensely proud to be celebrating its North American Premiere this Saturday at The 2019 Brooklyn Horror Film Festival.

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Review: ‘MARY’ brings sea-faring scares but might be a sinking ship.

Review: ‘MARY’ brings sea-faring scares but might be a sinking ship.

All hands are on deck with a heavy-hitting cast but the script for MARY is a little watered down. Even Gary Oldman and Emily Mortimer can’t stop this horror film from running ashore.

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Review: ‘Bloodline’ proves blood is thicker than water.

Review: ‘Bloodline’ proves blood is thicker than water.

Blumhouse presents a new thriller, in many ways, about parenting. How far would you go for the ones you love? It’s a killer question. Welcome to the complexity of BLOODLINE.

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Review: ‘Haunt’ harkens back to true slasher terror.

Review: ‘Haunt’ harkens back to true slasher terror.

HAUNT from the Writers of A Quiet Place and Producer Eli Roth brings us twisty tropes. Revolving around a haunted house on Halloween night, it really is a superb combination of trick and treat.

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Review: ‘The Fanatic’ is patently problematic.

Review: ‘The Fanatic’ is patently problematic.

John Travolta is one of the most iconic actors with his wide range of roles from Grease to Saturday Night Fever and then his triumphant comeback in Pulp Fiction. His portrayal of hitman Vincent is sexy and cool. It reminded us what we had been missing after years of mediocre roles. Travolta was a bonafide […]

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AGLIFF 2019 review: LGBT Horror Short ‘CONVERSION THERAPIST’

AGLIFF 2019 review: LGBT Horror Short ‘CONVERSION THERAPIST’

You can’t “pray the gay away”. When will people learn that? CONVERSION THERAPIST premiering tonight at AGLIFF 2019 tackles big issues in form of a genre short.

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Fantasia International Film Festival 2019 review: ‘BORN OF WOMAN’ shorts program scares up attention once again.

Fantasia International Film Festival 2019 review: ‘BORN OF WOMAN’ shorts program scares up attention once again.

Every year, Fantasia International Film Festival has a special shorts program called Born of Woman. This year, 9 genre auteurs from all over the world have given is quite a fright.

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Review: “LUZ” possesses its audience.

Review: “LUZ” possesses its audience.

Sometimes you cannot escape your past. What haunted us then may very well continue to do so in our present. Premiering at Fantasia International Film Festival in 2018, LUZ is a wickedly original and visually spellbinding film that finally hit theaters this Friday.

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Review: DEADSIGHT

Review: DEADSIGHT

Last day until maternity leave and here comes a zombie outbreak. What more can a woman do but fight the good fight and try her hardest to rescue a lost soul along the way? Deadsight takes the zombie genre and adds an entirely new challenge.

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