Creating a horror series is a challenge. Creating ones that center on those outside of white people is even trickier. The traditional horror of white
The nuclear family, often comprised of mom, dad and children is not only an archaic perception of family, it restricts and harms. BANTÚ MAMA, directed
WOODLANDS DARK AND DAYS BEWITCHED is an informative and fascinating documentary, which is of particular interest if horror films of folk nature are your interest.
By train wreck, this is in reference to the events that unfold rather than a critique of the movie’s quality. Darkly humorous, but with a
THE PARISH starts off promising and could’ve veered in a unique direction. Unfortunately, the film settles into predictability and chooses to reside there. While not necessarily
What if instead of being left behind, Kevin chose to put his family somewhere so he can live it up because he’s bored and wants
A GLITCH IN THE MATRIX, directed by Rodney Ascher (Room 237, The Nightmare), delves into the question of identity. It uses old video footage of
HUMAN FACTORS is a slow build drama that skillfully conveys discomfort through the cast’s stellar acting, the direction from director Ronny Trocker, and music. As
CURSE OF AURORE is creepy at times and infuriating at others. Still, the film is a familiar story for many creators, save the scary haunting portion.
While there are some people these documentaries will not appeal to, there is a fascination with famous crimes. When those crimes are shrouded in claims