The Brooklyn Horror Film Festival returns to bring the best and most provocative horror cinema to local screens across Brooklyn from October 17th – 24th!
I want to start my review by stating that I decided to watch the next episode in the queue of The Haunting Of Hill House
Foreign horror films are always going to make for an interesting watch. I’m always interested in how horror translates to different languages and the similarities
During the late 70’s in Japan a peculiar thing happened. All across the Nagasaki Prefecture people started reporting sightings of a woman, a ghostly spirit, chasing
This year’s Brooklyn Horror Film Festival housed some great short blocks filled with familiar and up-and-coming filmmakers alike, with each block containing diverse subject matters.
BOO! is about a torn family who refuses to heed the warning of an innocent prank left upon them. The prank causes supernatural forces to
The Brooklyn Horror Film Festival is a badass genre film festival that took place from October 11-18, 2018. The festival is dedicated to showing the
The Brooklyn Horror Film Festival or BHFF, which is what we will be calling it for the remainder of the article, has been in full
Being this year’s centerpiece for the 2018 Brooklyn Horror Film Festival, A.T. White’s STARFISH is not only visually mesmerizing but tackles heavy and beautiful subject matters through
I was wracking my brain for about a week before the illusive BHFF Secret Screening at Nitehawk Cinema in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. My mind went to