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Jumbo Can’t Sustain The Momentum of its Carnival Ride [Chattanooga FF Review]

Zoé Wittock’s Jumbo is a movie that defies any easy characterization, and is at alternating turns an outsider coming of age narrative, a family melodrama, and a visually lush tale of first love ...

The Pandemic Anthology is Horror Spiked with Much Needed Humor [Chattanooga FF Review]

In lieu of the world crumbling into a glorified dumpster fire, it’s hard to not be scared. Look, we are in the middle of a pandemic, there is no getting around that. You can’t turn on your...

Skull: The Mask is Nasty, B-Movie Fun [Chattanooga FF Review]

In the scene that best captures the essence of Brazilian slasher film Skull: The Mask, a monster (Rurik Jr.) stalks toward a priest (Ricardo Gelli). The priest backs toward a crucifix. He takes Christ...

Alexandra Serio’s Tingle Monsters is a Trendsetter in Horror

Webby nominated director, writer and producer Alexandra Serio becomes the master of the constantly swinging cultural pendulum with the world’s first ASMR (short) horror film, Tingle Monsters. Br...

Tigers Are Not Afraid Returns Fairy Tales to Their Gory Glory [Steelbook Review]

Issa López’s Tigers Are Not Afraid opens with a shocking set of juxtapositions. White text on a black background tells audiences that, “Since the beginning of the drug war in 2006, 160,000 have been k...

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Diablo Rojo PTY is a Journey in Search of a Destination [Review]

Diablo Rojo PTY is the first ever horror movie from Panama so regardless of what anybody makes of the thing it’s safe to say it’s a big deal. The issue with reviewing movies like this, which have thei...

You Die

You Die is the Killer App Movie That Countdown Should’ve Been [Review]

You Die, an agreeable Italian genre offering with the wholly unnecessary subtitle, “Get the app, then die,” takes the premise that last year’s completely rubbish Countdown squandered within the first ...

A scene from the 2018 film "We."

We is Superb Arthouse Sleaze from The Netherlands

We is not the kind of movie you’ll want to watch if you’re looking for an inspirational, uplifting cinematic experience. Indeed, this is the kind of film where a subplot about a character intentionall...

Valerie and Jenny in Into the Dark Delivered

Delivered is a Mother’s Day Bundle of Dread and Discomfort [Review]

Mother’s Day is the holiday-tie-in for Hulu’s Delivered, but it will keep viewers in a state of uncomfortable dread more than happy anticipation. That’s the effect that it’s going for, of course, and ...