Plain and predictable, The Opening Act finds a charming lead in Jimmy Yang if not a memorable story for his character.
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Even the great Joe Bob Briggs can't save the horror-comedy anthology Scare Package, made for Shudder.
A star-studded, topical overview of the horror genre from Eli Roth, History of Horror is an occasionally rewarding but uneven first season.
Western outlaw tropes duel with a nasty group of witches in The Pale Door that sees spotty execution of a fundamentally cool premise.
Director David Ayers depicts inner city Latinx culture in Tax Collector but fails in offering any genuine context other than Hollywood violence.
A slick and engaging documentary series, Cursed Films explores prominent legends surrounding famous horror movies, loaded with thoughtful interviews.
A promising demon thriller with real grit and convincing energy from Mexico, Belzebuth devolves into a hackneyed conflict with a CGI demon.
Greg Nicotero and a litany of genre names like Tobin Bell bring the original Creepshow back to life with a new horror anthology series from SHUDDER.
Painted with satire, VFW goes back to a cultural moment, digging up the Vietnam return sub-genre and placing it in a wildly fun modern setting.
Nicolas Cage sticks to his usual eccentric form in a cruel, observant update of Lovecraft's Color Out of Space.
The Shed is a vampire flick that attempts a retro monster vibe with some ham-handed messaging about high school bullying.
Experienced genre director Patrick Lussier crafts an immensely fun thrill-ride with an interesting new villain in Trick.