Severin Films’ latest release is a bonus feature-turned-standalone feature that praises the unique and rich subgenre of anthology horror.
Directed and co-written by Marcus Dunstan (The Collector, Feast), in partnership with writer Noah Feinberg, Pilgrim is a sleek, modern horror film set during everybody’s 2nd favorite holiday, Thanksgiving.
Directed and written by Scott Beck and Bryan Woods and starring Katie Stevens, Lauryn Alisa-McClain, Will Brittain, and Andrew Caldwell, Haunt tells the story of a costumed gang of college friends who decide to end their Halloween night by going to an “extreme” haunt in lieu of horror movies and food. But soon after they …
Just how Satanic is Satanic Panic?
Being seven years sober, a traumatic event forces a recovering addict, Devi, to face her demons without her worried fiancé uncovering the truth in the newest short film from Cyclamen Films.
Based off the 1962 novel by Shirley Jackson, We Have Always Lived in the Castle is a modern witch’s brand of murder-mystery.
Focusing on the eerie and beloved children’s books, Scary Stories explores the author, the artist, their influence on fans, and the controversy caused by them.
SiniSisters’ first horror-comedy short of 2019 narrows in on the corruption of Hollywood with campy humor and wit.
A strong addition to 2019’s already stacked horror lineup, The Prodigy supplies fans with a decent new addition to the creepy kid sub-genre.
Distressing and disturbing, St. Agatha succeeds at relaying important messages in the form of a genuine horror flick.