Bluray Review: THE BABADOOK

The film that made countless best of 2014 lists (including mine) hits DVD/Bluray today, courtesy of the new partnership between the folks at Scream Factory and IFC Midnight…that’s right, Jennifer Kent’s greatly entertaining film, THE BABADOOK. Available in a regular edition, as well as a limited pop-up cover Bluray edition that resembles the book itself, […]

IFC Midnight & Scream Factory Team For ‘THE BABADOOK’ Release 4/14!

We’d heard early rumors that the fine folks over at Scream Factory might be putting out one of the most acclaimed horror films of the last year on home video. Turns out those rumors were half right. Scream Factory is actually teaming up with IFC Midnight to release the Blu-Ray/ DVD or THE BABADOOK on […]

Rob G.’s TOP 10 HORROR FILMS OF 2014!

Welcome, fellow fiends! Another year come and gone & it was quite a year for independent cinema. Not a single “studio” picture on my list, which isn’t surprising, considering some of the greatest horror films of all time – HALLOWEEN, THE TEXAS CHAIN SAW MASSACRE, BLAIR WITCH PROJECT, etc – were all innovative low budget […]

Jerry Smith’s TOP TEN HORROR FILMS OF 2014

Jesus Christ, this has been one hell of a year for horror. There were so many genre films that for one reason or another, really spoke to me. Some were intense experiences, ones that led me to think about certain parts of life differently. Some were just plain ol’ fun entertainment and just brightened my […]

BJ Colangelo’s Top 15 Horror Movies of 2014

We’re only half a month away from 2015, and it’s time to look back on the year, jump on our soap boxes, and crank out our “Best of the Year” lists.  2014 may have been a weak year for theatrical horror films, but the independent circuit was booming. I saw films in 2014 that have […]

Icons Of Fright Interview With THE BABADOOK Writer/Director JENNIFER KENT!

THE BABADOOK came out of nowhere and blew the hell out of audiences during its festival run, leaving quite a mark on not only the genre, but in film in general. Taking the story of a woman and her son coming to terms with the loss of a loved one, and a creature let loose […]

Review: THE BABADOOK

As much flack as it gets from the academy, “serious” film buffs who think it’s beneath them and god knows who else, the horror genre is by far the most intelligent one of them all. Sure, there are more than enough bad entries thrown out there for Walmart $5 bin consumption, but on the flip […]

German Expressionism, Fantasy, & Horror: Watch Jennifer Kent’s Must-See Short Film, MONSTER!

Continuing our trend of posting must-see short films today, I wanted to spotlight something special from Australian filmmaker Jennifer Kent. Earlier today I post about her debut feature, THE BABADOOK, premiering at Sundance this Saturday, but I decided to seek out more of her work after digging its stylish trailer. Sure enough, I found a […]