Finders F*ckin’ Keepers! Calling all low-budget sci-fi/horror comedy cinephiles! Do you enjoy scouring Tubi and YouTube for the most bizarre films to binge and brag about watching? Then, oh boy, do we have a winner for you! The Hyperborean (2023) has it all, and then some! It’s classed as a comedy sci-fi on IMDb, but

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It Doesn’t Breathe…It Doesn’t Move…It Just Kills Don’t Look Away (2023) is the story of Frankie (Kelly Bastard) and her possible descent into madness after she accidentally strikes and kills a truck driver who is fleeing a carjacking on her drive home from campus late at night. After the accident, she sees something unnatural standing

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August Underground is a 2001 extreme found footage film, written and directed by Fred Vogel with additional writing from Allen Peters. The film was produced by TOETAG Pictures with effects from TOETAG SFX, whose formation was retroactive after the creation of August Underground and its first sequel August Underground’s Mordum. In 2006, the two companies

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The Night Stalker

Nightmare Radio, Where Horror Stories Never End From the producers of The 100 Candles Game (2020) and The Red Book Ritual (2022),  Nightmare Radio: The Night Stalker (2023) is a collection of award-winning shorts, woven into a horrific new anthology that will command your attention from start to finish. Candy (Paula Brasca) is the edgy host

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Sparked by the death of her partner Noah, Lilith is struggling with her mental health and has succumbed to a deep depression that affects all aspects of her life. Fighting through paranoia and perceived slights from those in her life, Lilith attempts to put the pieces together to try to understand the harrowing reality of

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Kelly Murtagh in Shapeless

After premiering at Tribeca Film Festival last year, Samantha Aldana’s psychological body horror Shapeless starring Kelly Murtagh is now available on demand from Lightbulb Film Distribution. For anyone who has struggled with an eating disorder or body dysmorphia, looking for cathartic media on the topic can be difficult – too often, disordered eating is glamorized, humorized,

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Two tragedies combine with unforeseen consequences after Amanda retreats to the country to open an B&B following the death of her husband. With her unwilling daughter Karli in tow, misfortune finds them again as The Stranger comes to their door. Kyle has his own trauma to deal with that has followed him to the mother

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The disgust is in the details of Samantha Aldana’s atmospheric feature-length debut. Mouths slurp soda and crunch cookies with overwhelming sensory intensity. An esophagus pulses and contracts between mouthfuls of fast food. Bones jut painfully from thin skin as fingers are picked and nails are bitten. There’s an inescapable hyper-focus on the body; what it

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Coming-of-age stories with horror backdrops typically have the upper hand when it comes to bringing a unique vision due to the genre’s ability to tackle topics in ways that other films might not. I hadn’t really thought about it before, but there are quite a number of titles that fall into this category and are

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Exclusive Interview with Emily Hagins, Sorry About the Demon (2022) Shudder and Paper Street Pictures have teamed up with writer/director Emily Hagins again in Sorry About the Demon (2022), a comedy horror about a 27-year-old “loser” with a broken heart who is not afraid of things that go bump in the night. With some over-the-top

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