Erik Bloomquist’s 'Ten Minutes To Midnight' sees a radio DJ reconcile the past thirty years of her life on the eve of her final show (after bitten by a vampire, presumably).
Jorge Olguín's 'La Casa' sends a camera into one of Chile's most haunted locations to tell a story of tragedy and terror that invades your personal space.
Cameron Van Hoy’s 'Flinch' injects romance into a complicated mob hit scenario where hitman and witness trade gaga eyes.
Steven Kostanski's 'Psycho Goreman' is as warm a hug you can get from something this murderous, mischievous, and sent from Hell with love.
Vincent Paronnaud's 'Hunted' blends rape-revenge cinema with fabled storytelling, and yes, it'll be as divisive as that sounds.
Mehran C. Torgoley's 'Curse Of Aurore' is a fictional horror foray into an actual case of 1920s child abuse, neither of which benefits the other.
Simon West's 'Skyfire' shows you exactly what can, should, and will go wrong at a volcano theme park with the utmost B-grade appeal.
Is this the part where I say it’s been as good a year as ever for movies? We’re all allowed our clichés now and again, especially when there’s backing truth.
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