C.H. Newell chats with filmmaker Larry Fessenden about his new film, DEPRAVED, Mary Shelley, the state of America, and more.
The newest film from Larry Fessenden is a fresh take on Mary Shelley's Frankenstein that takes aim at our violent patriarchal culture.
A post-Brexit/post-Trump horror+sci-fi mashup critical of the media, nationalism, and old white men.
Edition #2 takes a look at more side-by-sides from in & outside of the horror genre, as well as movies from Scorsese, Aronofsky, & Carpenter.
A new column examines the influences of horror movies & what has influenced them via side-by-side film frame comparisons.
Jenn Wexler's debut feature film examines what separates the city and the rural while also looking at how goddamn tough it is being a woman.
LORDS OF CHAOS tells the true story of Norwegian black metal band Mayhem and the tragic consequences of their dangerous art
This Brazilian film has plenty of bite, reserved in full for the bourgeois cannibal economy of capitalism.
PLEDGE eviscerates toxic male culture in American fraternities by using violent capitalist imagery.
Lee Cronin's film uses Irish folklore in an interesting modern way to tackle issues of motherhood and mental health.
SAUNA (2008) is a horrific slice of history that explores how sin destroys those who've lived their lives at war.
Scott Derrickson's SINISTER is more than creepy, it's an unsettling collision of the Gothic past and a modern world.