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Photographers Brooke Konrad and Tanner Behlman travel to rural, abandoned buildings to capture the inherent beauty of long-forgotten locations, but far from forgotten are the traumatic memories that surface in Brooke when they meet The Man Upstairs, an unsuspecting squatter. As tensions and uncertainties arise, Brooke must determine if this mysterious stranger will provide her the closure she so desperately seeks or let the fears of the past consume her.
John Pata is a filmmaker based in Wisconsin and the owner of Head Trauma Productions. Even though he went to school for graphic design, Pata decided to make his first short film during his last year of college. Upon graduating, he started a screen-printing shop that he co-owned for two-and-a-half years before selling his share of it in 2010 to help fund his first feature film. Since entering the world of filmmaking, Pata’s work has been screened at festivals all over the world including the Fantasia International Film Festival, Sitges Film Festival, and Fantastic Fest.
He listens to far too much punk rock, has continually defended ska for over 25 years, can’t stop reading Stephen King, and will eat all the veggie burritos.
We're giving away five (5) copies of Frogman on VHS! Directed by Anthony Cousins and filmed mostly on Hi-8 and using almost exclusively practical effects, Frogman is a found-footage creature feature based on the eerie real-life legend of the Loveland Frogman.
Tired of watching football or wholesome puppies on Game Day? Shout! TV proudly presents the Wolf Bowl, a supernatural streaming event broadcasting 24 hours of werewolf movies on Shout! TV and Scream Factory TV Sunday, February 11th.
How Adaptations Are Shaping the Future of Horror Films and Gaming: An Interview with Brie Kind Rewind
Since the early Nintendo days, we’ve seen many of our favorite horror films (A Nightmare on Elm Street, Friday the 13th) turned into a digital piece of entertainment, and vice-versa.
Saw X is now available on 4K UHD, Blu-ray, DVD and digital now via Lionsgate UK.
Hello esteemed members of the Letterboxd community! I’m Paris Zarcilla, writer and director of my debut feature, RAGING GRACE, out now in US theaters (beginning December 1st) and in UK cinemas on December 29th!
Contracted Turns Ten: Eric England Discusses the Film that Brought New “Life” to Zombies and STD Horror — and Hints at What He Has In Store Next
With Contracted’s tenth anniversary upon us, Letterboxd’s Brett Petersel sat down with the film’s writer and director, Eric England, to talk about his little zombie film and how it’s still a fan-favorite many years after its release and what he has planned for the future.
Navigating the Murky Waters of Movie Morality, a story from Good Movie Bad Movie's Alyssa Bonanno & Bec Hac
We have always loved that elusive line that's oh-so-thin between a 'good' and 'bad' movie.
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Further proof there's a number of directors that should act more, and David Cronenberg is absolutely one of them.
Wow ok. A pure masterpiece showing the weaknesses and fears of human beings through an outside, non-moralistic view of a premise in which a perfectly sexualized extraterrestrial seduces men in a discovery of the senses and her humanization. The pace is very slow and everything combines to create a hypnotic performance plunging us into a universe as black as the hair color of a fascinating Scarlett Johansson. Also a kind of complete psychoanalysis observed under the microscope in a disturbing…
Underrated and underseen. There's creepy stuff in this film that sticks with me. Probably one I will rewatch many times and still puzzle over.
A thematic forerunner of Hereditary with a stripped-down aesthetic. Sometimes you're in the mood for a horror movie that will skip the reassuring shit and take you on a ride through a dark, forbidding forest and then just drop you, unceremoniously, in the middle of it without any way home. I was more in that mood this time than I'd been the first time around. The ambiguity still bothers me. Jamie Nash has a "story" credit on this, and I…
The sixth installment in the V/H/S franchise was... interesting. While it's hard to compare it to the other installments (the first three could've taken place at any time, while these last three were attached to specific years, which you can tell by the "quality" of the tapes and technology), it still delivers.
I'm glad Shudder took this franchise under its wings as we've received three new films in three years, a gift for us all. As usual, there's great talent…
Ok so I was kinda done with SAW (honestly kinda checked out since 5 but still watched them) so I had no expectations but heard from friends it was solid and I like Josh Stolberg’s writing.
So color me sickly fluorescent green but this one may be my favorite SAW film since SAW 2!
Love how they kinda T2’d the characters, creating an interesting story and character dynamic besides the usual “ok, next trap!” Structure from the past films.
Starring both Najarra Townsend (Contracted) and Brea Grant (Lucky), The Stylist is a great horror film about a hair stylist who obsesses over one her clients (Brea Grant), with deadly results. We don't want to give away too many details, but add this Jill Gevargizian-directed masterpiece to your watchlist!