The Maid takes place in a sumptuous mansion, where Joy is the most recent maid in a high-turnover position. Upon her first introduction, she learns the rules of the house, most importantly: don’t pry into other’s personal business and don’t enter the mistress’s bedroom. The master (Nirach) and madam (Uma) have a daughter, Nid, with
“Tick … Tock … Tick … Tock…” If you’re old enough to remember, video stores were most often our method of finding films that we might have otherwise never heard of. The myriad of alluring box art meticulously displayed on the shelves of the horror section will always fill me with nostalgic delight. Those were
Content Warning: This film contains depictions of necrophilia. Bad Candy takes place in the town of New Salem during Halloween, where two radio DJ’s invite callers to share local myths. However, for the residents, these tales may be more than just urban legends. From clowns, to haunted houses, creatures, and more, maybe your darkest fear
Noted as the only found footage horror film playing at 2021 FrightFest, Followers combines comedy that pokes at the modern social influencer landscape and supernatural horror. As the found footage genre has excelled in a way to inject commentary and scares on a budget, the promised amalgamation spoke to the best elements of the genre. What
Alejandro Cohen Arazi’s debut film The Unburied, was selected as part of the 2021 FrightFest lineup. Offering up a dive into a world of the occult built up through generations of carrying out grim tasks, the production seemed an ideal deviation into extreme cinema in the stellar 2021 selection of films. What is it About?
Making its world debut at Fright Fest, David Buchanan’s Laguna Ave is being billed as Shinya Tsukamoto’s Tetsuo: The Iron Man through the lens of John Waters. Lofty praise for a debut film, but one that is not without merit. Wearing its heart on its filthy sleeve, Laguna Ave is certainly a wild trip! What Is