Two transgressive shorts: one about queer male sexuality, the other about a trans lesbian & a monstrous physical love.
The Festival du nouveau cinéma gave me a look at two fascinating films by a couple important filmmakers with strong auteur voices.
Subvert the male gaze and smash the patriarchy: Jazzberry has arrived!
The next batch of Nightstream shorts are terrifying, unsettling, surreal, and dark as midnight in the depths of winter.
Strange creatures everywhere; in nursing homes, in family homes, in orphanages. These 3 shorts show what’s lurking right next to us in the shadows.
Someone is killing fae in the Burgue, and the murder isn’t stopping.
Underrated, underseen, Kevin S. Tenney’s 1986 horror WITCHBOARD helped make the Ouija popular again.
Sometimes sequels improve on the original, sometimes they’re only a bit better. Other times, they’re rougher than that.
Gore Verbinski’s return to horror is disturbing, Gothic, & way too damn long.
A look at the depth of grief, trauma, and how to cope afterwards.
Refn brings his wild sensibilities to a dark fantasy epic involving the possible course of a Viking trip to North America before anybody other than the Natives set foot on its ground.
Needful Things. 1993. Directed by Fraser C. Heston. Screenplay by W.D. Richter; based on the Stephen King novel of the same name. Starring Max von Sydow, Ed Harris, Bonnie Bedelia, Amanda Plummer, J.T. Walsh, Ray McKinnon, Duncan Fraser, Valri Bromfield, Shane Meier, William Morgan Sheppard, Don S. Davis, Campbell Lane, Eric Schneider, Frank C. Turner,Continue reading “The Devil Traffics in Needful Things”