Silhouette Review: A Slow-Burner That Delivers To Those Who Wait

Silhouette is the new feature from writer/director Mitch McLeod After the death of their only child, Jack and Amanda Harms move to a secluded home to try and start anew.…

Why Parasite deserved all those Oscars?

When people asks me, why I liked “Parasite” so much or why I would recommend it, some things always come to mind, I’ll try to answer those questions here: Why…

Daniel Isn’t Real: A New Psychological Horror From Spectrevision

Check out the trailer for new psychological horror movie DANIEL ISN'T REAL

Possum Review: An Unsettling Dissection Of A Broken Mind – Moviehooker

POSSUM Review: The scariest kind of monsters are the ones that exist inside of our minds. THE DIRECTORIAL DEBUT FROM MATTHEW HOLNESS Possum would not be a film that would be…

Fantasia Festival Review – They Look Like People

  They Look Like People is a micro-budget horror/drama written and directed by Perry Blackshear. Since it’s première at Slamdance 2015, They Look Like People went on to win multiple awards at…

6 Deeply Disturbing Psychological Films

A list of 6 films that disturbed me so much they have a permanent residence in the back of my mind.  Michael Michael is the directorial debut from Austrian filmmaker Markus  Schleinzer. The story…

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