Watching the action unfold may well make audience members extremely uncomfortable, even leave some traumatized. That may well be the point.
Film Review: “We Summon the Darkness” — The Evil Eighties
A fun and original slasher/romp that lovingly embraces a number of ’80s horror tropes.
Film Review: “Climax” — Mental Blitzkrieg, Cinematic Version
Climax may be the director’s most fully realized attempt so far to suggest a state of madness onscreen.
Film Review: “Midnighters” — A Long Night Indeed
Mostly, indie horror seems constrained, not by lack of funds, but by lackluster creativity and a sort of sloppy artlessness.
Arts Remembrance: William Peter Blatty — Cultivating the Horror Cinema Landscape
William Peter Blatty may have created a comparatively small body of work, but he played a major role in the evolution of American horror.
Film Review: “Southbound” — Going Nowhere
It’s Twilight Zone eerie, as we embark on an anthology film of connected horror stories all happening on the Lost Highway.