In the mood for a little dark terror in the woods? After a streaming release on Shudder in June of 2021, supernatural horror An Unquiet Grave is receiving a physical releases thanks to a partnership between the streamer and RLJE… Read More ›
After releasing on Shudder, Russian supernatural horror-thriller The Superdeep is dropping on home video and digital-to-own early January 2022 in partnership with RLJE Films. Whether you’re the kind who likes to own the media you consume or you’re just too curious… Read More ›
Earlier this year director Aharon Keshales released his crime drama South of Heaven into theaters, as well as on VOD and digital. EoM contributor Thomas Manning called South of Heaven an “audacious thriller” in its initial release and, now, the crime drama… Read More ›
Writer/director Camille Griffin’s directorial debut “Silent Night” is a hilariously dark and downright torturous microcosmic exploration of living on Earth.
The holidays are always rife with possibilities. They are an opportunity to gather together, to rekindle connections or foster already burgeoning affections. They are also an opportunity to air grievances, the energy of renewal spurning some to unleash that which’s… Read More ›
Sion Sono’s odd and beautiful “Prisoners of the Ghostland” arrives in four flavors: 4K UHD, Blu-ray, DVD, and streaming.
If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it countless times: revisiting a film is always bound to reveal something new. We have to be willing — correction — open to that newness because, whether a film is a longtime favorite… Read More ›
In this interview, EoM contributor Thomas Manning speaks with director Aharon Keshales about his new drama film South of Heaven. During their conversation, Keshales speaks about the biblical influences from the Book of Job on his film, working with Jason… Read More ›
Mistakes and bad decisions are simply a part of human nature. We are flawed, imperfect beings, and it is up to each of us, on an individual level, to learn from our errors and make the most of the positive… Read More ›
In this interview, EoM contributor Thomas Manning speaks with director Ryan Kruger about his new psychological horror film Fried Barry. Over the course of their conversation, Kruger talks about the journey of this film from its origins as 3-minute-short to… Read More ›
After a theatrical run in May 2021, the feature film directorial debut for actor David Oyelowo, The Water Man, is coming home. Evoking such childhood stories such as E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial or The NeverEnding Story, The Water Man is a tale about a young boy’s… Read More ›
Seance low-key took my world by storm during its initial release in May, and while I never was lucky enough to live anywhere near a theatre that was playing it, even in its SVOD release, it still remains my #1… Read More ›
Relive your angsty teen years with “Shoplifters of the World,” a cinematic tribute to The Smiths from director Stephen Kijak.
When you’re a teenager, every little upset feels like the end of the world. Failing a test, losing the big game, watching your crush take someone else to prom, or even finding out that your favorite band broke up can… Read More ›
As someone who, like many, spent the entirety of their education in public schools, I’ve always had a sick fascination with the mystique of the private school experience, particularly that of the private boarding school experience. There’s something so strangely… Read More ›
The Exorcist is the horror film that really showed a genre picture could transcend industry perception, going on to win two Academy Awards for Adapted Screenplay and Best Sound and earn eight nominations in other categories, including Best Picture and… Read More ›
Immediately after I finished watching Jakob’s Wife, I sat there in a state of confusion, perplexed by the madness of what I just witnessed. A jumbled mess of incohesive thoughts and emotions floated around in my mind as I tried… Read More ›
The deconstruction and evaluation of superheroes in cinema and television didn’t begin with Zack Snyder or Eric Kripke, though they are the ones most widely known for it at the moment. Their stories take a darker look at the notion… Read More ›