Tony D'Aquino's film cleverly uses fairy tale and Greek myth to turn a slasher flick's Final Girl into something bigger.
Raff Hanks is a political advisor who's about to run a child for POTUS. Because art imitates life.
THE SERPENT AND THE RAINBOW proves Wes Craven was as political as any of his contemporaries while remaining totally horrific
George P. Cosmatos uses OF UNKNOWN ORIGIN to explore the effects of a capitalist rat race on the individual and their family
A Ghul has taken over Meghdoot 31, wreaking havoc against the interrogators. Nida gets to the truth of its summoning.
WILDLING is a story of fantastical creatures, as much as it's about repressed sexuality in young women + patriarchal control across society.
The what-ifs and what-could've-beens of David Haller
Zoe and Alice must confront the reality of the Peach family, as well as the family's rent agreement with the Pestilent God.
Lucile Hadžihalilović's lyrical science fiction-horror hybrid explores gender roles in a world of the near future.
What happens when a dark piece of horror all the way through ends with a tunnel of light?
UNDER THE SHADOW serves as an allegory for the pressure of patriarchy after the Islamic Revolution.
A look at the depth of grief, trauma, and how to cope afterwards.