The Midnight Meat Train director takes us through his story, featuring demonic possession and, of course, swords and knives.
The Juan of the Dead writer/director delivered something delightfully unexpected in his segment, The Thing in the Woods.
The director takes us through his very Twilight Zone-like segment, Mirari, talks filmmaking, and even comments on Gremlins.
This standout segment of the upcoming horror anthology has some deeply emotional origins.
This film adopts a wholly unique approach to filmmaking and is definitely worth your time.
Don’t waste your time on this horrendous film directed by Tony Giglio.
This film makes a simple formula work well, but some predictable and odd elements take away from the big picture of it.
A shapeshifting, malevolent spirit terrorizes a group in the California desert.