Tag Archives: thriller

Interview with Max Strand, Director of the Psychological Thriller ‘Goodbye Honey’

Max Strand - Goodbye Honey

I was delighted to finally have a chance to chat with Max Strand, the director of the thrilling and psychological thriller, Goodbye Honey (read our review – HERE). With as phenomenal as this film is, it’s crazy to think that Goodbye Honey is Max’s first big feature debut, but he …

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Official Trailer and Poster for Craig Moss’ Sci-fi Thriller ‘Let Us In’

Tobin Bell as Frederick Munch in the Sci-Fi/ Thriller film, LET US IN, a Samuel Goldwyn Films release. Photo courtesy of Samuel Goldwyn Films.

Check out the details for the new sci-fi thriller, Let Us In, including the official trailer and poster! The film was directed by Craig Moss as well as written by himself and JW Callero. The cast includes Makenzie Moss, Sadie Stanley, Mackenzie Ziegler, Siena Agudong, O’Neill Monahan, and Tobin Bell. Synopsis …

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Blu-Ray Review: Ivan Kavanagh’s ‘Son’ (2021) Blurs The Line Between Reality and Trauma

[Center] Luke David Blumm as David in the horror film SON, a RLJE Films/Shudder release. Photo courtesy of RLJE Films.

I had heard nothing but good things about Son (read our first review- here), so I decided it was time to check out the Blu-ray! The film was written and directed by Ivan Kavanagh (Never Grow Old, The Canal). It stars Andi Matichak (Halloween franchise, Assimilate), Emile Hirsch (Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood, Into the Wild, Milk), …

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Movie Review: Simon Barrett’s ‘Seance’ (2021) Will Keep You Guessing!

Inanna Sarkis as Alice in the horror SEANCE, an RLJE Films and Shudder release. Photo courtesy of RLJE Films and Shudder.

From the moment I saw the trailer for Seance, I knew this would be my type of film and I couldn’t wait to check it out. Seance was directed and written by Simon Barrett. It stars Suki Waterhouse, Madisen Beaty, Ella-Rae Smith, Inanna Sarkis, Seamus Patterson, and Marina Stephenson-Kerr. Synopsis …

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Your ‘Final Stop’ is Coming Soon to VOD From Director Jeffrey J. Moore

Coming soon to VOD is a new thriller directed by Jeffrey J. Moore (Hadron) called Final Stop. The film stars Kamy D. Bruder (Insite), Kelly McCart (Locked Up), Vince Rodriguez (Dead by Christmas), Caroline Stella (Bully High), Sheila Guerro-Edmiston (Killer Pinata), and Garrett Marchbank (Cult Following). It will be available …

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Telluride Horror Show to Return In-Person in 2021

Telluride Horror Show

3-Day Passes are now available for Telluride Horror Show, Colorado’s first and largest horror film festival which will return in person October 15-17, 2021. Every year, the festival features the latest and best genre films from around the world and attracts attendees from all over the continent for a gathering …

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Blu-Ray Review: Hugo Cardozo’s Thriller ‘Morgue’ (2021)


As if a Morgue isn’t creepy enough, this film takes it to a whole new terrifying level. A huge breakout hit in its home country, the film is—according to first-time writer/director Hugo Cardozo —based on real events. The cast of newcomers includes Pablo Martínez, María del Mar Fernández, Willi Villalba, Abel …

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Coming Soon to DVD, Blu-Ray, and VOD: Greg A. Sager’s ‘Open Your Eyes’

Coming soon to DVD, Blu-Ray, and VOD is a new thriller directed by Greg A. Sager (Kingdom Come) called Open Your Eyes. The film stars Ry Barrett (The Heretics), Joanna Saul (First Light), and Suzy Giannakopoulos. It will be available June 1, 2021. Synopsis: In Open Your Eyes, Jason Miller …

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Movie Review: Patrick Robert Young and Powell Robinson’s ‘Threshold’ (2021) Gets What It Gives

Admittedly, Threshold has an interesting technical concept as a horror/thriller combined with a road trip mumblecore/indie drama, improvised by the two leads and shot on two iPhones. It’s always impressive to see such moxie and go-get-’em spirit in filmmakers—to take the low-fi, low-budget route with high concepts for the time …

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Movie Review: Ben Wheatley’s ‘In the Earth’ (2021)

There’s no delicate way around it; 2020 was universally awful for about 90% of the world. Health scares, quarantine, isolation, and misinformation ran rampant. Facts became irrelevant and changeable overriding truth. It was an experience that will define multiple generations throughout the world. While all this happened, Director Ben Wheatley …

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