“Love, Death, & Robots” is an anthology of life as unusual short stories that blends the genres of horror, syfy, dystopia, and dark comedy to create a truly bizarre and beautiful series.
Midnight Mass (2021) is one of Mike Flannagan’s most recent works of art. While very different from his other works, he hits the bullseye with this cerebral tale of horror.
Many people look forward to Halloween not only for the scares but for the treats. And some of the best treats are the bite-sized morsels, miniature butterfingers, snickers, and mars bars.
As of October 7, it was announced that the US and Canadian VOD service Vision Films Inc. will premiere “White Sky”, a pulse-pounding sci-fi alien adventure from M and M Film Productions UK. Adam Wilson directed and produced the film, written by Philip Daay and co-produced by Malcolm Winter, Makenna Guyler, and M and M’s own Monika Gergelova. The movie was filmed during the pandemic on location in Wales last September.
“Creepshow” (2021) is in its third season, running on the horror platform Shudder. The creepy anthology serves its viewers a variety of delectable tales of terror weekly. And although each episode is divided into two 25-minute segments, each bite-sized morsel is more than enough to tantalize the palate.
Not all is fair in life. Sometimes some nasty things happen to good and undeserving people. And righting wrongs is not always possible. But nothing satisfies a thirst for payback like a good revenge flick. And while there are plenty of those out there, here are the type five to whet the appetite: “A Classic Horror Story” (2021), “Thinner” (2015), “SAW” (2004), “Friday the 13th” (1980), and “Carrie” (1976). Besides, who doesn’t like to know that there is such a thing as divine retribution?
Crisp night air, bonfires, carved pumpkins, falling leaves, and pumpkin spice lattes are all signs that fall has arrived, and all Hallows eve is shortly in view. However, nothing heralds Halloween with its frights and things that go bump in the night quite like a horror fest. And Netflix has a few chillers and thrillers in its 2021 lineup that are to die for.
“The Green Knight” differs from the original story in a big way. Unlike John Boorman’s “Excalibur” (1981) or the popular TV series “Merlin”, the film takes an art house style approach: atmospheric, visually beautiful, and unquestionably disturbing.