This dystopian sci-fi centers on a family at the very edge of the human frontier: Mars. The mother, father, daughter trio seem to live a Utopian existence until the outside world encroaches on their (literal) bubble. What ensues is the question of who is the enemy, and what is exists beyond their small protected world?
“My heart remained there, as if time stood still. For me… The Rose was always you.” Thus opens the elusive and spellbinding Eros/Psyche. The Rose is a mysterious all-girls school where students clad in uniforms reminiscent of Wednesday Addams engage in the witch-like practices of collecting plant samples and performing unexplained rituals, all while studying
As a young girl Alexis survives a gruesome fate by killing her would be assailant. Though previously deaf, in that moment she regains her hearing, and develops a twisted form of synesthesia, whereby she sees a gorgeous explosion of colors in response to hearing sounds caused by violence to a human body. Cue a lifetime
Sweet Home, a South Korean horror TV show based on a webtoon of the same name, is a story about an epidemic that causes humans to transform into horrific monsters, centering on the trapped residents of the Green Home housing complex as they battle to survive. On the surface this is fairly straightforward; a ragtag
It may seem odd to call a film as austere and violent as Undergods beautiful, with its bleak tones against a setting reminiscent of Cold War Era Brutalist architecture, all populated with unhappy violent people. However the cinematic achievement of the film lies in appreciating the soft visual touches and peeks at vulnerable humanity beneath
Welcome to Part 2 of our series highlighting Black Horror! For Part 2, we have compiled a list of films featuring black leads, most of which are newer releases, but includes a few older and possibly overlooked films. I hope you enjoy, and stay tuned for Part 3 of our series: Black Directors to Follow!
Directed by Matthew John Lawrence; Starring Chet Siegel, David Littleton, Ruby McCollister, and Jeff Riddle Uncle Peckerhead follows Judy and her indie punk band’s attempt to have a successful tour. Everything gets off to a bad start when their van is repo-ed and they are forced to take assistance from a stranger with a van
Black History month may end with February in the United States, but your awareness and exploration of black history and contribution shouldn’t end there! In this four part series we will be compiling a survey of past, present, and future horror cinema written, directed, and acted by black artists that will give you content to
Being a girl ain’t easy, especially for the heroines of horror movies. Luckily, having your best gal pals by your side can make it all a little easier, whether it’s making it through a heartbreak, smashing monsters, or chasing down and murdering the fool who tried to murder you. Adam and Aubry from the Grimoire
What makes a monster horror movie? For the purpose of this article I will do my best to define their je ne sais quoi as “man vs beast.” Blending violence with survival horror, our main characters must contend with something that is both violent and a viable threat. That something could be humanoid in build