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March 25, 2024
‘Birdeater’ directors Jack Clark and Jim Weir and stars Mackenzie Fearnley and Shabana Azeez on masculinity in Australia.
Things Will Be Different
March 22, 2024
Things Will Be Different is smart low-budget sci-fi at its finest, never overcomplicated but always conscious of emotional impact.
March 22, 2024
We spoke with Oddity director Damian Mc Carthy about making the scariest movie of 2024 and that terrifying wooden man.
the uninvited
March 19, 2024
Committed performances and stunning cinematography help ‘The Uninvited’ overcome a script full of overwrought monologues.
March 19, 2024
The final act of ‘It’s What’s Inside’ alone makes it worth checking out this trippy, body-swap movie for a new generation.
Hood Witch
March 15, 2024
There are glimpses of exciting commentary in ‘Hood Witch’, but ultimately the film is never as interesting as the idea it embodies.
March 12, 2024
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dead mail
March 12, 2024
We spoke with the minds behind ‘Dead Mail’ about crafting a very 80s-feeling film, the Midwest, and eating ice cream on the floor.
Family SXSW
March 11, 2024
Dread Central spoke with Benjamin Finkel about his new deeply personal film ‘Family’, its catharsis, and how to write good trauma horror.
Samara Weaving in Azrael
March 11, 2024
‘Azrael’ is an attempt to strip down horror to its very bones where the very basics of the genre wind up being examined.
March 10, 2024
Birdeater is the epitome of uncomfortable Australian cinema. So of course it’s a must-see. Read our full review on Dread Central.
Hunting Daze
March 9, 2024
‘Hunting Daze’ is uncomfortable, funny, and nauseating all in the same breath, a much-needed inversion of the bachelor party film.