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Sean King O’Grady‘s feature directorial debut works like Pandora’s box of horror. Tension already exists for the dysfunctional foursome trapped together within a cramped space, but endless complications douse that tension with gasoline. Hope dangles like a tiny beacon amidst the relentless wave of obstacles. We Need to Do Something asks its audience to use their imagination for
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One of the many benefits of genre storytelling is the way horror evokes extreme empathy. Watching a character confront adversity in horror offers a uniquely communal experience that builds understanding that bridges all walks of life. Shapeless explores the all-consuming addictive behaviors of an eating disorder, using psychological body horror to convey the toll it can
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One of the games revealed during Friday’s Summer Game Fest was Elseware Experience’s Broken Pieces, a psychological thriller that evokes some heavy Silent Hill vibes in its aesthetic. Given that you’re stuck in an seemingly abandoned French coastal village, solving puzzles and fighting off otherworldly monsters, you can see where a lot of people are
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One of the many benefits of genre storytelling is the way horror evokes extreme empathy. Watching a character confront adversity in horror offers a uniquely communal experience that builds understanding that bridges all walks of life. Shapeless explores the all-consuming addictive behaviors of an eating disorder, using psychological body horror to convey the toll it can
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Last year, developer rose-engine unveiled their pixel-based survival horror title Signalis, which seemed like a combo of survival horror and anime. The game’s back with a new trailer that kicked off the Tribeca Games Spotlight at E3, showing off more aesthetic goodies. It’s already been covered that the game takes inspiration from classic survival horror
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The director of both The Collector and The Collection, as well as the upcoming (but currently stalled) The Collected, Marcus Dunstan has set up his next project, Deadline reports. Dunstan will be directing the high school horror movie Unhuman for Blumhouse and EPIX, part of the collaboration that will see Blumhouse make eight original movies
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Home invasion thrillers are inherently terrifying for corrupting the private space designated most for comfort and safety. The terror compounds when the home dweller can’t fight back easily; their vulnerability exacerbates the suspense tenfold—vulnerabilities like blindness. See for Me isn’t the first home invasion thriller to center around a blind character trying to evade the dangerous men
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This article contains spoilers. When James Wan passed the baton to director Michael Chaves for the third entry in the Conjuring series, Chaves shared that part of his preparation entailed studying not just the franchise itself but classic horror at large. He previously told Bloody Disgusting during a press event, “I think the Conjuring movies are love letters to the very best
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Would my horror journalist accreditation be revoked if I didn’t update my ranking of Warner Brothers’ Conjuring Universe (“Conjurverse,” to me) with every new canonical release? Of course not (because that’s not a real thing), but why not dissect totem dolls, sisterly sinners, and more possessions than Ash Williams could shake his boomstick at. What
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Originally announced back in April, Jaume Collet-Serra’s House of Wax remake is getting a Collector’s Edition Blu-ray from Scream Factory, and the release has been fully detailed today. “On July 13, Scream Factory proudly presents the modern cult classic House of Wax (2005) in the ultimate Collector’s Edition Blu-ray release, featuring a new 2K scan
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