Swallowed Explores the Horrific Things We Do for Love

Writer and director Carter Smith’s Swallowed is a captivating blend of body horror and romance that manages to be both an intimate love story between friends drifting apart and a horrific battle for survival with an enemy lurking somewhere within....

Consecration is an Unholy Premise with an Uneven Execution

Few archetypes carry as much cultural weight as the nun. Though a relative rarity in the horror genre, the image of a woman of the cloth has been used to great advantage in films like The Devils, The Exorcist III, and Mrs. 45. The newest film to tackle this...

M3GAN is Every Parent’s Worst Nightmare

Part Chucky, part Terminator, part Orphan (with a little Aliens thrown in for good measure) M3GAN is a terrifying adventure in parenting and a cautionary tale about technology run amok....

Me Too: The Path to Saying It and How Horror Helped Me Believe It

I’m grateful for horror. It challenges me, helps me empathize with others, and gives me an outlet for exploring my fears. But what I love most about the genre is that after years of watching and reading horror, I’ve learned that I can survive terrible things. Since the beginning...