31 Days of Halloween Day 8 tackles the Fear Street trilogy, which explores how historical violence becomes perpetual contemporary violence.
Day 7 in the 31 Days of Halloween falls on dark times with COMBAT SHOCK (1984), a horrific, traumatic look at American PTSD after the Vietnam War.
31 Days of Halloween moving right along with Day 6, looking at READY OR NOT.
Day 5 of 31 Days of Halloween keeps on trucking with Eli Roth’s HOSTEL, a film meant to critique Americans but one that ends up very, very messy.
The Reapers are prepared for war. Alexandria deals with a storm and zombies.
Things at the Commonwealth reveal a big class divide, even after the zombie apocalypse. Maggie and Negan have to work together.
The Codys pull off their latest job, but their real trouble’s only just beginning.
What if… aliens?
The 3rd day in 31 Days of Halloween looks at BAD CANDY (2020), a mixed bag of treats with a few strong messages.
Peter Brunner’s LUZIFER explores the privatisation and destruction of nature, alongside the spiritual privatisation and destruction of a mother’s son.
Patrick Brice’s slasher is a clever, nasty ride about confronting our own ethics, as well as the ethics of our society.
MLUNGU WAM is a terror-filled, Gothic tale about the lingering legacies of colonialism and apartheid in South Africa.