Antonio Campos’ 'The Devil All The Time' is a parade of immorality that lacks depth, surely never giving the devil his due respect.
Rob Grant's Alive took even me, the "100 horror reviews a year" guy, by surprise. Such a monstrously different beast from last year's breakout 'Harpoon,' jettisoning comedy for body horror nastiness.
Kurtis David Harder’s 'Spiral' cuts through the smiles and pleasantries of suburbia ecosystems for a horror story about how outsiders are still perceived.
Will Wernick's 'No Escape' is about the traps we lay for ourselves, using an escape room as a not-so-quiet metaphor.
The cinematographer discusses the challenges in representing the Jim Crow era, while staying true to the show's sci-fi and horror elements.
'Lovecraft Country' takes the undercover approach to outing racial biases that freely flow when we think others who might be offended aren't listening.
After announcing a delay to October back in early July, Candyman has now shifted to sometime in 2021.
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