A group of Indigenous people come together to stop a supernatural threat terrorising their land in Rueben Martell’s DON’T SAY ITS NAME.
In the 1850s, Charles Boone inherits land and moves his children to a town where his very family name carries suspicion.
A girl tries to figure out why her sister killed herself, only to stumble onto a horrifying online game and a den of digital predators.
The Codys problems are solved with the house. That doesn’t mean they aren’t getting in more trouble.
Another one bites the dust as more family secrets and tensions are revealed.
The game heats up as Liv enters the competition and Seamus pulls a nasty move against his half-brother Jayden.
A video game designer creating a game based on American Horror Story enters the Murder House for inspiration.
Mark O’Brien’s debut feature as director-writer tackles heavy, disturbing issues concerning male and religious power.
Stefan Lernous’s HOTEL POSEIDON takes us into the absurd, spanning life, death, and a few things in between.
John Adams, Zelda Adams, and Toby Poser have only gotten better (and scarier) with their latest weird, witchy film, HELLBENDER.
Two short films about the different layers of time and psychogeography.
Three shorts, each involving the abject + women/their bodies in incredibly different ways.