An excellent, Donnie Darko-esque queer horror/drama about a young man’s harrowing descent into mental illness.
A solid horror anthology film based on folktales from a range of (though mostly European) countries.
A trippy psychological thriller/horror starring Eva Green that premiered at the Sitges Film Festival.
Two bizarre early 90s HBO films that mash up the detective noir and supernatual horror genres.
A list of the best underrated horror, sci-fi, and fantasy films of the 90s, including eXistenZ (1999), Tesis (1996), and Dark City (1998).
Two wacky horror-comedies starring the enormously talented Natasha Lyonne.
Based on M.R James’ spooky tales, these classic BBC productions are perfect for a cold night curled up by the fire.
An engaging French horror film about a cursed Christmas object that gets a bit silly but remains good fun.
Two horror comedies I’d been meaning to check out for a while, perfect for Halloween viewing!
Two films that share a similarly bleak outlook but take very different approaches in their narrative and execution.