Abdelhamid Bouchnak’s Dachra is a horrific tale of generational divide in Tunisia and its brutal effects on the younger generations.
Kandisha tackles heavy, significant social themes underneath a blood and guts tale of supernatural revenge.
June is captured and taken back to Gilead to be tortured for information.
Megan Fox carries TILL DEATH and the horrific trauma it heaps upon women.
Simon Barrett’s new film is fun, and its strong cast helps its story work, as it tells a tale of urban legends and privilege.
Travis Stevens delivers another fantastic film, once again using horror (and this time a lot of camp!) to get at the heart of issues that affect women.
A confused, albeit disturbing film from Devereux Milburn.
Some wolves lurk in the woods; others live among us.
A small town cop grapples with toxic masculinity and misogyny. But does The Wolf of Snow Hollow really tackle any of it?
The past is never dead. It’s not even past.
Cowboys, witches, and thieves— oh, my!
Neil Marshall’s latest film is timely, reckoning with the violent abuses of a patriarchal past that isn’t actually past at all.