[Review] Doctor Sleep (2019)

In the long awaited sequel to The Shining, a newfound friendship forces [Danny Torrance] to face his gift and the ‘not so’ long lost specters of the ravenous Overlook Hotel.

[Interview] SiniSisters Productions

I recently had the pleasure of sitting down with the gang that brought us such gems as Casting Couch: A Hollywood Horror Short, Sunday Driving, and Foodoo Doll. While they all produce them, the four creators and co-founders of Sinisisters Productions all bring something unique, and fun to the process of creating these Spooktacular shorts. …

Review: Monkey Farm

Indie horror is a wonderful thing. Wacky storylines, kitschy characters, and delightfully gratuitous gore all thrive in these low budget gems. Although this particular brand of horror has been on the up and up lately, it does by no means imply that a film with these characteristics is destined to sparkle in the indie spotlight. …

Netflix Review: XX

XX is a four-part horror anthology, directed solely by women, that premiered at Sundance in January of this year. Comprised of four distinct short films that run about 20 minutes each, XX gives us chilling tales set in classic settings all told from a female perspective. Although it gives us nothing revolutionary vis-à-vis storytelling, it …

Darling (2015) Review

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Darling (2015), wastes no time setting up the unsettling. Slow, creeping shots of a monochrome New York City, ripe with chilling musical cues, create an atmosphere of strained uncertainty that keeps you deliciously uncomfortable throughout. Set in an anachronistic New York City, Darling stars a wide-eyed Lauren Ashley Carter (Premium Rush, The Woman) as Darling, …