‘The Feast’ Serves Up a Heaping Plate of Morality and Death, Welsh Style

Privilege meets its match as new money meets old gods. Read More

‘The Spine of Night’ is a Heavy Metal Parade of Violence

Philip Gelatt and Morgan Galen King celebrate Ralph Bakshi and Frank Frazetta. If you don't know who they are, move… Read More

‘Alien on Stage’ Offers Ridley Scott in a Basic Format

We want to join this troop of British bus drivers as they celebrate the scariest space movie of all time. Read More

Let’s Not Make ‘Swan Song’ the Swan Song for Udo Kier

Todd Stephens' new film gives the iconic character actor the whole stage, and his domination is expected and utterly brilliant. Read More

‘Jakob’s Wife’ is a Celebration of Blood and Barbara Crampton

Every movie would benefit from featuring a Concrete Blonde song. Read More

‘Offseason’ Brings Mystery and a Sea-Born Terror Ashore

When a cemetery director asks you to visit his remote island community, say no. Read More

‘Ma Belle, My Beauty’ Conventionally Depicts an Unconventional Romance

Marion Hill's serene debut feature is an enjoyable yet predictable film about a polyamorous relationship. Read More

‘Broadcast Signal Intrusion’ is Embedded with a Creepy Conspiracy

Masks make everything thirty percent creepier. Read More

‘Gaia’ Finds Monsters Both Human and Otherwise Deep in the Forest

God is real, and she's tired of being disappointed beneath our feet. Read More