If you’re anything like me, you are anxiously awaiting the release of Blumhouse and director Leigh Whannell’s new film The Invisible Man at the end of this month (look for it in US theaters beginning this Friday, February 28th). The
Interview: Bethany Anne Lind on Murder and the Struggle of Living in Rural America in BLOOD ON HER NAME
Blood on Her Name is a grim, atmospheric thriller that tells the story of how far one woman will go to protect the ones she loves after being involved in an accidental death. Written by Matthew Pope and Don Thompson,
For the past 30 years, Robert Rodriguez has influenced the world of cinema. Let's see just how he did it.
February is more than Women in Horror Month; it's also Black History Month, a fact that is often overlooked on genre sites. Last year, however, came a game-changer: The documentary Horror Noire: The History of Black Horror, a film that
Since its inception as an official film genre in the early 20th century, horror has long offered a unique space for women to bend their craft into unexpected, thrilling shapes on celluloid. Indeed, across the decades women have flourished in the horror genre,