The kids are not alright. (And neither are the adults) Continue reading Sundance 2021: ‘John and the Hole’ and ‘We’re All Going to the World’s Fair”
A trippy folk horror for the pandemic era and a nerve-wracking road thriller from New Zealand – both offer thrills with a side of wooziness. Continue reading Sundance 2021 Reviews: ‘In the Earth,’ and ‘Coming Home in the Dark’
From a period-piece werewolf film to a gonzo Western-Samurai-thriller starring an unhinged Nicolas Cage, and everything in between, this year’s varied selection of genre films set to play at the (virtual) Sundance Film Festival 2021 (January 28th-February 3rd) are sure to shock, delight, terrify, dazzle and provoke. Continue reading 15 Genre Films We’re Looking Forward To at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival
Into the Deep is an astonishing and bone-chilling true-crime documentary about a human monster hiding in plain sight. Continue reading ‘Into the Deep’ Review (Sundance 2020)
Carey Mulligan burns up the screen in this scalpel-sharp, dark-comedy revenge thriller that serves as a white-hot reckoning for rape … Continue reading Promising Young Woman Review (Sundance 2020)
Sundance has been the launching pad for films like ‘Get Out’ and ‘Hereditary’. What genre gems might be poised to breakout at this year’s fest? From a Brandon Cronenberg directed “mind-f**k” sci-fi thriller to a Joe Keery-led murderous ride-share spree, we’ve compiled a list of films we’ll be looking out for. Continue reading 12 Genre Films We’re Looking Forward to at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival
The makers of ‘Goodnight Mommy’ are back with this year’s Sundance horror breakout. Continue reading Watch the Trailer for Sundance Horror Favorite ‘The Lodge’
In Swiss Army Man, Dano’s character rides Radcliffe’s farting corpse across the ocean, and that’s only the beginning of the weirdness. Continue reading Watch Paul Dano Befriend Daniel Radcliffe’s Farting Corpse in Bizarre ‘Swiss Army Man’ Trailer.