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
She Dies Tomorrow is a surreal and absurdist reflection and meditation on mortality. In other words, it’s basically all of us during Covid-19. Continue reading Review: ‘She Dies Tomorrow’ is the perfect horror film for our current moment
Often overlooked by other writing contests and competitions, The Bloodlist focuses purely on dark genre and also highlights new talent in Fresh Blood Selects. Continue reading ‘Bloodlist’ 2019 announced: Dark genre resource highlights top unproduced horror scripts, new talent.
A psychological horror with dark comedy and fantasy elements. A “cosmic horror”. A horror/thriller. However you label it, Daniel Isn’t Real is a refreshing new entry in the catalogue of indie genre films, a stylish, twisted trip into the dark psyche that is equal parts fun and terrifying. Continue reading ‘Daniel Isn’t Real’ Review (Beyond Fest)
Bel Powley, Liv Tyler and Brad Dourif star in this moodily atmospheric thriller that combines supernatural scares with a myth-like tale of self-discovery. Continue reading Coming-of-age fantasy/horror creature-feature ‘Wildling’ opens this weekend