Art the clown brutally slashed his way onto our screens in 2016, in Damien Leone’s gruesome hearkening back to the splatter-filled, SFX-loving classic films of the 70s and 80s that seasoned horror fans know and love. Since then, Art has gained traction amongst the horror community for his maniacal disposition and innate rejoicing in causing

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the stylist

The Stylist is a stylish and incisive character study and portrayal of the effect acute isolation, alienation and obsession can have on someone. Based on the 2016 short, The Stylist offers the viewers a macabre view into Claire’s (Najarra Townsend) shrouded double life. By day, Claire is the chief comforter of her hairdressing clients, she

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Daniel isn't real

There’s an alluring quality that surrounds the link between horror and the queer community, from its roots in the 18th and 19th century with the emergence of queer coded Gothic fiction such as The Picture of Dorian Gray, to modern day portrayals of queer characters in text and film; horror has always been inextricably linked with

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  Set amidst the beautifully desolate scenery of the Joshua Tree desert, Head Count is a suspenseful slow burn that delves into folklore and urban legends through a threatening presence that hints toward the uncanny valley. Elle Callahan is able to create a meticulous feeling of impending dread in her debut full-length feature film, which

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So often the horror genre seeks to hold a mirror up to society’s most profound and insidious anxieties. From concerns surrounding the development of nuclear weapons during the 1950s, as typified by John Carpenter’s legendary ‘The Fly’, to the Satanic Panic of the 1980s which appeared to be foreshadowed by ‘The Exorcist’ in 1971. Revenge

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