Author: Matthew Monagle

Ike Barinholtz Talks ‘The Oath’ and the Inarguable Likability of John Cho

The debut writer-director also pointed to 'Manchester By the Sea' as one of his favorite examples of abrupt and hilarious…

‘The Guilty’ Review: Sometimes One Location Is All You Really Need

Danish filmmaker Gustav Möller makes his feature debut with a smart and stylish thriller set entirely in a police dispatcher's…

Jeremy Saulnier and Macon Blair Discuss Netflix, Fantastic Fest, and ‘Hold the Dark’

The creative team behind 'Hold the Dark' discuss the challenges of adapting an ambitious and challenging book for the big…

‘Apostle’ Review: This Melodramatic Horror Hybrid Comes With Literal Buckets of Blood (Fantastic Fest 2018)

Gareth Evans's long-anticipated project is more 'Safe Haven' than 'The Raid: Redemption,' and that's A-OK with us.

Nicole Perlman on Directing ‘The Slows’ and Bravely Moving to Behind the Camera

The 'Captain Marvel' screenwriter explains why she finally faced her fears and decided to direct her passion project.

‘Burning’ Review: Lives, Like Love, Are So Easily Set Aflame (Fantastic Fest 2018)

Steven Yeun brings the full weight of his international star power to bear in this haunting South Korean revenge story.

‘The Wind’ Review: In the American West, No One Can Hear You Scream (Fantastic Fest 2018)

Emma Tammi's feature film debut showcases the potential of the horror-western as a new mode of independent filmmaking.

‘American Dresser’ Review: Tom Berenger Gets Back on His Hog

It looks like someone accidentally put a mediocre road trip movie into this perfectly good batch of America stock footage.

Can Home Video Follow in the Footsteps of Vinyl and Print?

DVDs and VHS cassettes might just be a great alternative when you don't own the digital media you thought you…

The Horror “Revolution” Has Missed Its Television Mark

Even as shows like 'The Terror' and 'Castle Rock' garner strong reviews, horror television is still waiting for its breakout…