Set in the 1990s, a group of teenagers head to a cabin the woods with the help of two unpopular girls in order to summon an ancient demon buried beneath the structure and give it a human vessel. After a slight mishap, the teens have to survive each other and the blood-spilling, goo-shooting demon that’s …
Nautical horror has infinite possibilities. You’re lying if you say the ocean isn’t completely terrifying. Fascinating, yeah, but horror is at home with the unknown and that’s 90% of the sea. Nautical as all hell, Waves of Sound and Water (WSW for the sake of brevity) is a poetic chapbook with serious THE LIGHTHOUSE vibes.
The living and the dead can suddenly see one another and a donut-slinging, coffee-pouring necromancer is the city’s only hope at finding balance.
Severin Films’ latest release is a bonus feature-turned-standalone feature that praises the unique and rich subgenre of anthology horror.
The upcoming documentary will first open for a Canada-wide virtual run, via the Winnipeg Cinematheque, beginning November 24th. TALES OF THE UNCANNY: THE ULTIMATE SURVEY OF ANTHOLOGY HORROR will be available during Severin Films’ Black Friday Sale.
A brand new adaptation of the timeless horror novel is combing dark forces with 1931’s face of evil himself, Bela Lugosi. Releasing on November 3rd from Legendary Comics.
Fans of TRICK ‘R TREAT (2007) owe it to themselves to dive into this compendium of lore & artistry that makes the spooky season even more enjoyable.
Witches are real and they’re everywhere! Except on the big screen.
Blumhouse released the very first trailer for their long-awaited THE CRAFT remake today, and well… it isn’t what we were expecting.
The Midnight Circus is a decadent collection of immersive fairytales from a seasoned American author.