Matt Donato is a Rotten Tomatoes approved film critic who stays up too late typing words for such outlets as What To Watch, Bloody Disgusting, Fangoria, Shudder, Ebert Voices, and countless other publications. He is a member of the Hollywood Critics Association and co-hosts a weekly livestream with Perri Nemiroff called the Merri Hour. You probably shouldn't feed him after midnight, just to be safe.
Chad Faust's 'Girl' pits daughter against father in this bloodline brawl that only gets more intricate and twisted by the scene.
Kazuya Shiraishi's 'The Blood Of Wolves,' now streaming on Shudder, draws all the right comparisons to movies like 'Infernal Affairs' and 'The Departed.'
Since we're all doing the responsible thing and avoiding mass gatherings this November (ahem), why not have a 'Bob's Burgers' Thanksgiving marathon?
Nicholas Santos' 'It Cuts Deep' is about a romantic tug-of-war during the holidays, when an old friend threatens to steal another's lover.
Eshom and Ian Nelms' 'Fatman' imagines a world where Santa is forced to accept a government contract to keep his workshop from closing, at the same time an assassin is hired to kill "The Fatman" for giving a brat coal for Christmas.
Yoon Een-Kyoung’s 'Lingering' brings two siblings together by first trying to tear them apart in a haunted hotel.
Joe Marcantonio's 'Kindred' ponders the worth of an expecting mother through the lens of horror cinema by forcibly removing free will.
The pull-quote description for Alastair Orr's Triggered is Saw meets Lord Of The Flies meets Battle Royale. Sounds rad, right?
Bartosz M. Kowalski's 'Nobody Sleeps In The Woods Tonight' takes the same slasher architecture you've seen a million times over, and slaps on a fresh coat of international paint.
Remi Weekes’ 'His House' is a triumph of terror that's tethered to the experiences of those seeking asylum and the hellishness they endure.
Jacob Chase’s 'Come Play' unleashes a monster from behind your device screens, one that's always watching when we think we're alone.
Timo Tjahjanto's 'May the Devil Take You Too' summons almighty evil once more, this time in an orphanage where the kids weren't alright.
The first Norwegian Netflix production, Jarand Herdal's Cadaver, is performative class warfare in the key of The Platform or Cannibal Club.
Horror cinema carries benefits that are scientifically proven, did you know that? Here are the best horror movies streaming on Netflix right now!
Rachel Talalay's 'A Babysitter's Guide to Monster Hunting' isn't trying to spook your younglings, and that's just fine, because they'll have a blast huntin' monsters with these hero sitters.
Michael Matthews' 'Love And Monsters' pits Dylan O'Brien against maneaters who stand in the way of his forever crush.
Zu Quirke's 'Nocturne' pushes a developing pianist to the brink with the discovery of a possibly satanic string of notes.
Elan and Rajeev Dassani's 'Evil Eye' is another less than hospitable welcome into Blumhouse's partnership with Amazon, lost to the mundanity of a long-distance chiller.
Albert Pintó's '32 Malasaña Street' cuts short the bliss felt by new homeowners when a presence with unfinished business appears.
Kimo Stamboel's 'The Queen Of Black Magic' puts a spell on audiences that lures them into a horrifying bout of ritualistic revenge.
As The Boys takes its Season 2 bow, conflict brews within this critic first, fan second. Mysteries beget answers, justice enacted, and bleakness sustained.
Jim Cummings' 'The Wolf of Snow Hollow' uses horror highlights to heighten cop procedural architectures, pitting "the fuzz" against...well, more fuzz.
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