[Fantasia 2020] American Southern Gothic Meets Filipino Ghosts in SANZARU

American South meets East in this feature film debut from Xia Magnus

The Terror of Modernity: Welsh Industrial Horrors & Sovereign Women in GWEN

William McGregor serves a double dose of history and feminist horror with a tale of the Industrial Revolution in Wales.

“Pretty sight, a lady with a book”: Otherness & Gothic Patriarchy in WE HAVE ALWAYS LIVED IN THE CASTLE

Stacie Passon adapts Shirley Jackson with a faithful, powerful retelling that continues to resonate with the social climate of today.

[List] Father Gore’s Favourite Horror Directed by Women

Horror's not even close to being a man's world. Long live the power of WOMEN!

Capitalism, Colonialism, & Imperialism— Oh, My!: TUMBBAD as an Indian Gothic Fable of Greed

TUMBBAD is a unique piece of cinema that thrills & also proves to be a great sociopolitical allegory about modern India.

Liminal Spaces of Sin: The Borders of Body & Soul in Antti-Jussi Annila’s SAUNA

SAUNA (2008) is a horrific slice of history that explores how sin destroys those who've lived their lives at war.

[Trailer Debut] NEW WOMAN: Newfoundland Short Film Goes Gothic

Watch the premiere trailer for Benjamin Noah's new Gothic period piece, NEW WOMAN.

PUPPET MASTER II: Pulling On Gothic Strings

PUPPET MASTER II joins the ‘better than the 1st movie’ club alongside other sequels that managed to outdo their predecessors.