Queen Of Black Magic: Witchcraft horror from Headshot director Kimo Stamboel

PRESENTSA NEW SHUDDER ORIGINALKimo Stamboel’s ‘THE QUEEN OF BLACK MAGIC’  Chilling retelling of the cult classic Indonesian horror written by award-winning filmmaker Joko Anwar   Coming exclusively to Shudder January 28th …

Shudder Announces Acquisition, Trailer, and Premiere Date for Mary Shelley Gothic Drama‘A NIGHTMARE WAKES’ We have the press-release for your viewing pleasure on upcoming Shudder release A Nightmare Wakes. Check…

Minor Premise Is An Intelligent, Confident & Original Indie Sci-Fi

Minor Premise Fucks With Your State Of Mind – Some Things Should Remain Locked Ethan, a recluse neuroscientist hides in his late father’s shadow. His father’s death has left Ethan…

New Horror Anthology THE MORTUARY COLLECTION Hitting Shudder Oct 15th

NEW TRAILER RELEASED FOR UPCOMING SHUDDER ORIGINAL – THE ACCLAIMED HORROR ANTHOLOGY “THE MORTUARY COLLECTION”  THE PERFECT HALLOWEEN WATCH STARS CLANCY BROWN AND COMES TO SHUDDER OCTOBER 15TH! Official Selection:…

NIGHTSTREAM ANNOUNCES FULL PROGRAM – GENRE FESTIVALS COMBINE FOR VIRTUAL MEGA-FEST

Nightstream: The Collaborative Virtual Festival From Boston Underground, Brooklyn Horror, North Bend, Overlook, and Popcorn Frights  Festival to run October 8-11th, with select films available until the 14th World Premiere…

Luz: The Flower of Evil – Review

Luz: The Flower of Evil – sins committed in the name of God Luz opens up with a vacant woodland, bones scattered everywhere. You know within a few seconds that…

New LGBTQ Horror to hit streaming platform Shudder

Need a new horror to look forward to?. check out the official press-release for Spiral There is so much great stuff on Shudder these days. It took a while for…

Fantasia Festival 2020 Review: Sleep

First up for our Fantasia Film Festival coverage is a German film, Sleep. Mona (Gro Swantje Kohlhof) is deeply worried about her mother, Marlene (Sandra Huller). She doesn’t know if her…

Director Park Hoon-jung’s “Night in Paradise” to premiere at the 77th Venice Film Festival

Director Park Hoon-jung is back with a new gangster movie. He is the writer of the thriller “I Saw the Devil” and crime drama “The Unjust”, both released in 2010.

Alone Trailer

When an outbreak hits, Aidan barricades himself inside his apartment and starts rationing food. His complex is overrun by infected Screamers, and with the world falling apart into chaos, he…