Jane Schoenbrun talks to Hyperallergic about We’re All Going to the World’s Fair and making the internet cinematic.
Jenna Cato Bass’s film is a reckoning both for her and all the clueless white children who never thought about the Black women who served them.
Writer/director Nia DaCosta and producer/co-writer Jordan Peele update the horror film franchise with a critical look at the commodification of Black trauma.
Old literalizes the adage about how life passes you by in a flash, to horrifying effect.
The Lutheran Society had no idea what they were in for when they had zombie movie icon George Romero direct The Amusement Park, long lost but now restored.
The British horror film In the Earth bloodily observes how fervent belief makes fools of us all.
Live TikToks featuring séances, “hauntings,” and other spooky things are becoming incredibly popular.
Possessor is a gruesome, disturbing sci-fi thriller about identity.
Reality can be far scarier than any ghost or slasher film.
A classic of Korean cinema and an early Bong Joon-ho film are among our streaming picks for the first week of the spooky month.
Relic delves into a darkness beyond filial caregiving, approaching the mother figure as the first, and last, monster, her house a veritable womb for distinctly female trauma.
The Wolf House is thick with layered references to Chile’s repression under Pinochet, but it’s not necessary to understand any of them to get the full brunt of its terrifying, intricately animated imagery.