horror

In 2017, Satan’s Slaves topped the list of highest-grossing films in Indonesia. After receiving strong buzz during its festival run, the film found a perfect home on Shudder, where it’s continued its reputation as one of the streaming platform’s most frightening offerings. The international success of Satan’s Slaves seems fitting, considering it’s a remake of 1980’s Satan’s Slave, an influential
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Once upon a time, folklore and fairy tales were cautionary tales of violence, bloodshed, and horror. They were graphic stories of cannibalism, murder, and dismemberment nestled in fantastical settings full of witches, fairies, goblins, mermaids, and beyond. Its escapism meets grim morality. Family-friendly brands like Disney may have sanitized fairy tales for kid-appropriate consumption. But
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Thanks to a pandemic that’s ground the world to a halt, most film festivals have been postponed or canceled. The Chattanooga Film Festival found a clever workaround through its virtual edition, bringing the film festival experience straight to the comfort of your home. Of their feature film lineup, The Pandemic Anthology most reflects the current social setting.
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Touted as the “this year’s most insane midnighter” by Chattanooga Film Festival for their virtual edition, you only have to look to the trailer Skull: The Mask to see it more than earns that distinction. An insanely gory, ambitious effort hailing from Brazil, Skull sets a bloodthirsty supernatural killer loose in São Paulo. That would be enough to
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In a surprising move, CBE Software has made the decision to remove content from their newly-released title Someday You’ll Return in favor of improving the overall game. The move comes after receiving feedback from customers, which involved removing hours of gameplay content in order to maintain the “taught, narrative-driven horror that fans loved.” “After reading
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The (original) Child’s Play franchise is headed to the small screen with Syfy‘s upcoming “Chucky,” which hails from franchise creator Don Mancini and “Channel Zero” mastermind Nick Antosca. Mancini has promised a “fresh take on the franchise” with a series that’ll “explore Chucky’s character with a depth that is uniquely afforded by the television series format.” Chatting with
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It had been announced back in December that Yorgos Lanthimos (The Killing of a Sacred Deer, The Favourite) would be directing an adaptation of Richard Brautigan’s 1974 novel The Hawkline Monster: A Gothic Western for New Regency, and it looks like that’s still the plan. Additionally, Tony McNamara (The Favourite) is now in talks to write
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