An Unsettling Internet Odyssey of Identity & Creepy Old Men in WE’RE ALL GOING TO THE WORLD’S FAIR

A girl is drawn into an internet challenge, but she’s soon drawn into something potentially far more dark when she meets an older man online.

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Servant 1×05: “Cricket”

With the Turners out of the house, Leanne meets somebody new. Or, does she?

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[Brooklyn Horror Film Festival] The Tragic Ruins of Domesticity in THE SWERVE

Holly’s a mother, a teacher, a human— and she’s falling apart at the seams.

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KOKO-DI KOKO-DA: Repeating Trauma, Performing Grief

This Scandinavian psychological horror examines grief with an unsettling plot about two parents attacked by a sideshow trio, over and over.

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Repressed Rural Women and The Horrifying Effects of Medieval Misogyny in HAGAZUSSA

Lukas Feigelfeld’s new folk horror film HAGAZUSSA explores one woman’s struggle against paranoia, superstition, and religious repression in 15th-century rural Austria.

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[Essay] “Waking up, is it?”: Childhood Trauma, Repression, and Freud’s Uncanny in POSSUM

The debut feature from Matthew Holness is a terrifying trip into the trauma of a wounded man.

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TYREL: Relative Terror in Black/White

TYREL explores how seemingly harmless behaviour, to white people, is not always so for people of colour.

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HEREDITARY’s Dark Heart of Grief and Mental Illness

Ari Aster’s HEREDITARY is fantastic horror— also a journey into grief, mental illness, and the psychological terror of family.

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