How many dubious death sentences will it take to shake our comfortable faith in fair trials?
House of Sweat and Tears is horror at its most esoteric and philosophical, creating tension through very real presentations of crises of faith and human suffering.
Is Steve a violently disturbed man with a captive in his basement, or has he, indeed, trapped Satan?
Everything in Vixen moves along at a brisk, no-fat pace.
Knuckleball is a film that will keep audiences riveted until the credits roll.
Writer-director Tom Murtagh’s cleverly crafted narrative doesn't reveal its winning hand until the final moments.
They had fought to protect their country’s freedoms, only to find their own freedom to serve taken from them.
One Must Fall is a great, gory example of what indie horror should be.
Blady has created a complex and thought-provoking film about the intersection of narcissism and art.
Butterfly Kisses, written and directed by Erik Kristopher Myers, is a standout jewel of found footage horror.
Cameron McCasland interviews director David Palamaro about his thriller, Murder Made Easy, now available for pre-order from Scream Team Releasing.
“The Satanic Temple is owning a pejorative that’s already leveled against people like them.” Hope Madden interviews Hail Satan? director Penny Lane.
The culture is changing and the idea of writing scripts for directors is becoming old hat.
Art is nice for sort of dealing with the things we have trouble talking about and maybe it's just that I like to have an avenue to meditate on those darker thoughts.
“I have always loved mummy films so I was excited to make one of my own.” Screen Fervor talks with Blood of the Mummy director, Christine Parker.
“I turn into a cyborg when I'm on set. I don't sleep. I don't eat. I don't use the bathroom.” Screen Fervor talks with I’m Dreaming of a White Doomsday director, Mike Lombardo
“Really, the first incident where it really just hit me in the face - some of the very real homophobia that is alive and well in the genre, as far as the fandom goes, was at a convention. “
A new film festival celebrating the bonds between dogs and humans comes to the United Kingdom this year
“The festival is bigger than Chris and me, and we treat it that way.” Screen Fervor interviews Nightmares Film Festival co-founder and director, Jason Tostevin.
“Our model is basically, if you show up to GenreBlast, you're a convert for life because you know what it’s all about finally.”
Here are a few short film grants with upcoming deadlines.