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Posted on: January 12th, 2023

Apple TV+ has today unveiled the full trailer for The fourth and (sadly) final season of M. Night Shyamalan’s acclaimed psychological thriller, “Servant” is all set to debut on Apple TV+ on Friday, January 13, 2023. Picking up directly in the aftermath of the suspenseful season three cliff-hanger ending, season four brings the Turner’s story …Read More

Posted on: January 6th, 2023

Carlota Pereda’s strikingly bold and ominous feature adaptation of her award-winning 2018 short film of the same name, Piggy is all set to release in UK cinemas this Friday, 06 January. Written and directed by Pereda, and starring With Laura Galan, Richard Holmes, Carmen Machi, Irene Ferreiro and Camille Aguilar, with the special collaboration of …Read More

Posted on: October 16th, 2022

Some horror films are just as sweet as they are scary. That’s certainly the case with Attachment, the feature debut of Danish writer and director Gabriel Bier Gislason (read our review here). Attachment stars Josephine Park as Maya, a down-on-her-luck Danish actress who falls for Jewish academic Leah (Ellie Kendrick). After Leah suffers an injury, …Read More

Posted on: October 6th, 2022

They say that when you’re smiling, the whole world smiles with you. But in Smile, the feature debut of writer-director Parker Finn, that’s certainly not a good thing. Smile stars Sosie Bacon (daughter of Kevin Bacon, who’s no stranger to the horror genre himself) as Dr. Rose Cotter, a deeply empathetic clinical psychologist with a …Read More

Posted on: October 3rd, 2022

Plenty of directors have tried their hand at a Hellraiser film over the years, from future horror heavy-hitter Scott Derrickson to the always popular “Alan Smithee.” The latest to summon the Cenobites is David Bruckner, and if that name sounds familiar, it should. Bruckner’s previous films include The Night House, The Ritual, and the superb …Read More

Posted on: October 1st, 2022

Sometimes, women don’t want kids. That’s the tension at the heart of Huesera, the feature debut of director and co-writer Michelle Garza Cervera. Huesera follows Valeria (Natalia Solián), whose initial joy at becoming pregnant soon gives way to creeping doubt and dread. A spider-like presence is plaguing her at night, while encounters with her spinster …Read More

Posted on: September 29th, 2022

Marvel has been dipping its toes into the horror genre a lot in recent years, first announcing a Blade reboot, then hiring Evil Dead legend Sam Raimi to direct the horror-tinged Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. But with the release of Werewolf by Night, a Marvel Studios Special Presentation biting into Disney+ on …Read More

Posted on: July 29th, 2022

A few months back, SCREAM magazine was granted early access to horror writer Rich Davis’ graphic novel reimagining of Bram Stoker’s Dracula, Cult of Dracula. The horror comic franchise moves the gothic to the grindhouse and is finding an ever-growing fanbase. I recently talked with Davis at the Wilmington Geek Expo, and we agreed to …Read More

Posted on: March 18th, 2022

Iris K. Shim’s (The House of Suh) paranormal parentage parable, UMMA promises to deliver a sinister fusion of much-loved genre staples: a cabin in the woods, mythology, grief, and parenting issues when it releases this week. Written and directed by Shim, and starring Sandra Oh (“Killing Eve”), Fivel Stewart (Ted Bundy: American Boogeyman, The Haunting …Read More

Posted on: March 10th, 2022

The horror elements of Venezuelan filmmaker Alejandro Hidalgo’s latest outing, The Exorcism of God are based on his own childhood fears: “When I was a Catholic, I knelt in church to pray to a messiah who brought a beautiful message of love and forgiveness to humankind, but the figure I was praying to showed a …Read More

Posted on: February 19th, 2022

This February 20 sees EPIX premiere a brand new contemporary sci-fi horror series, “From” which is created and executive produced by John Griffin (Crater), directed and executive produced by Jack Bender (“Lost”, “Game of Thrones”), and executive produced by Showrunner Jeff Pinkner (“Fringe”, “Alias”, “Lost”). Already praised by the master of horror himself, Stephen King, …Read More

Posted on: February 16th, 2022

On wrapping his last film, Tone Deaf, Richard Bates Jr. (Excision, Suburban Gothic, Trash Fire) felt that the world was so ominous and dark, politically speaking, that he decided he would write his next project, King Knight with the intention of cheering himself up, whilst hopefully making his audience happier in the process. Self-financing it …Read More

Posted on: January 22nd, 2022

Following The Recall, an inventive blend of Cabin in the Woods and Independence Day, starring Wesley Snipes and R.J. Mitte, art director-turned-filmmaker Mauro Borrelli is back behind the camera with his next feature film, Warhunt, a World War II set shocker with a unique supernatural twist in the tale. Directed from a script Borrelli co-wrote …Read More

Posted on: January 21st, 2022

Apple TV+ welcomes viewers back into the Turner’s Philadelphia brownstone today with the return of M. Night Shyamalan’s “Servant”, now entering its third – and penultimate – season. Created by executive producer and writer Tony Basgallop, season three brings us up to speed three months after last season’s cliff-hanger with Lauren Ambrose and Toby Kebbell …Read More

Posted on: January 18th, 2022

Visionary storyteller, Guillermo del Toro is all set to make a welcome return to cinemas this week with arguably his most identifiable and immediate film to date, the film noir thriller Nightmare Alley. Directed from a screenplay by del Toro & Kim Morgan, adapted from William Lindsay Gresham’s 1946 fatalistic novel, and boasting a star-studded …Read More

Posted on: January 9th, 2022

Randall Okita (The Lockpicker), an artist and filmmaker who has made a name for himself with endeavours that involve rich visual language and innovative storytelling approaches, continues to enlighten, rattle and entertain audiences in his latest film, the nail-biting and entertaining as hell home invasion shocker, See For Me. Directed by Okita, from a script …Read More

Posted on: November 23rd, 2021

Coming from the generation of PlayStation One gamers who grew up walking along the dread-filled corridors of the Spencer mansion, long-time fan and filmmaker Johannes Roberts (47 Meters Down, The Other Side of the Door) hopes to bring the horror roots of the first Resident Evil games to life for a whole new generation of …Read More

Posted on: November 22nd, 2021

Based on the freshly-released first trailer for Luis Prieto’s (Kidnap, Pusher) latest outing, Shattered, everything suggests audiences are in for a serpentine shocker of a ride, much akin to the likes of Rob Reiner’s Misery or Adrian Lyne’s Fatal Attraction. Written by David Loughery (Lakeview Terrace, The Intruder), and starring newcomer Lilly Krug, Frank Grillo …Read More

Posted on: November 21st, 2021

Returning to the origins of the massively popular Resident Evil franchise, fan and filmmaker Johannes Roberts (47 Meters Down, The Other Side of the Door) is about to bring the games to life for a whole new generation of fans as Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City releases on November 24, all of 25 years …Read More

Posted on: November 21st, 2021

Honing in on the horror elements of the Resident Evil video games, Johannes Roberts’ (47 Meters Down, The Other Side of the Door) Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City is about to bring Capcom’s landmark franchise to life for a whole new generation of fans when it releases this November 24. Starring a stellar ensemble …Read More

Posted on: November 19th, 2021

Further to yesterday’s interview with Joel David Moore (Spiral, Youth in Oregon) in relation to his latest directorial/screenwriting venture, Hide and Seek, SCREAM also got the change to sit down with the film’s lead actor, Jonathan Rhys Meyers (Velvet Goldmine, “Dracula”, Mission: Impossible III). This adaptation of Huh Jung’s 2013 South Korean hit sees Rhys …Read More

Posted on: November 18th, 2021

South Korean cinema is on everybody’s lips right now with the Netflix international chart topper, Squid Game having provided a fresh reminder that the country’s cinema is at the top of its game. Unfortunately, though, there are so many South Korean gems out there that don’t get the international visibility a streaming service like Netflix …Read More

Posted on: November 9th, 2021

Chucky, has been shocking and charming audiences for decades ever since he sliced and diced his way into the pop culture zeitgeist when “Child’s Play” premiered on the 9th of November, 1988. Directed and co-written by Tom Holland, produced by David Kirschner, and based on an original story by Don Mancini, the film soon became …Read More

Posted on: November 2nd, 2021

“Staying inside – doesn’t mean – you are safe”….. No sooner had Nathan Crooker commenced pre-production on his first feature film than it was abruptly put on hold due to the Covid pandemic. Undeterred, though, he knew other filmmakers would be going through the same motions, and still have a burning desire to keep themselves …Read More

Posted on: October 31st, 2021

Devised shortly before the #METOO movement came to prominence, Sarah Pirozek’s unapologetically angry revenge noir thriller, #LIKE addresses the fallout for a family when one of its members falls victim to the pressures of online bullying and sexploitation. Truth be told, parents can barely keep up with how easy it is for predators to weasel …Read More

Posted on: October 26th, 2021

When the film industry fell victim to Covid-19, it wasn’t long before filmmakers started adapting and honing their skills to turn the tables on the pandemic as best they could. One such example is Jon Wright (Grabbers, “Brassic”), who recently wrapped production on his latest endeavour, Unwelcome, “an hour and forty minutes of pure escapism” …Read More

Posted on: October 23rd, 2021

In 1978, Sam Raimi persuaded a cinema owner to screen one of his horror shorts alongside The Rocky Horror Picture Show. The short in question went by the name of “Within The Woods” and, on the strength of its success with audiences, Raimi soon set to work on a feature film that would ultimately launch …Read More

Posted on: October 23rd, 2021

The third season of Shudder’s Creepshow is well underway, delivering more monsters and mayhem than ever—but the best may be yet to come. The season finale, dropping right in time for Halloween on October 28th, will feature a segment called “Drug Traffic” that comes from the mind of acclaimed Laotian filmmaker Mattie Do (The Long …Read More

Posted on: October 22nd, 2021

When Horror Noire: A History of Black Horror was released in 2019, it opened many people’s eyes to the legacy of Black genre filmmaking. Shudder is aiming to add to that legacy with Horror Noire, an upcoming anthology film showcasing six stories of Black horror from Black directors and screenwriters. Tananarive Due and Steven Barnes, …Read More

Posted on: October 19th, 2021

Despite the fact that cinemas were closed once the Coronavirus pandemic set in, filmmaker Christian Nilsson and YouTuber Eric Tabach realised that this unique situation presented a loophole, so they went about hatching a plan. To cut a long story short, using a technique known as “four-walling,” which consisted in them renting out a cinema …Read More

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