Meandering along a very well-worn path, Embryo constantly blends genres, tone and purpose, and at times its incoherent nature makes for a lack of an emotional connection.
Arthouse horror is a subgenre that is difficult to master. It serves tough topics through rawness and bloody spheres. Lee Haven Jones’ debut feature, The Feast, is a decent entry into the sub-genre that mixes oddness with the vicious slits of gore while tackling class and identity.
The notorious Jigsaw killer torments unsuspecting victims in the new film Spiral, the next entry in the famed Saw horror film franchise.
Great White is an upcoming Australian horror-thriller film that features one of the country’s most devastating killer sharks.
Violation takes a different tone in covering a complex topic, getting all the “subgenre regulations” out of the way, both for better and worse.
Come True takes audiences on a deep dive into the psyche of a troubled teen battling her inner demons of mental illness, sleep disorder, and broken home life.
Wrong Turn sees a group of young people on a hiking trip venture off the beaten path, and suffer dearly for it.
The iconic Seinfeld TV show has received a hilarious reimagining as a horror movie called The Nothing in this gem of a fan video.
Neil Marshall’s latest, The Reckoning, is a grueling new witch horror movie set in 1600’s London during the Great Plague.
The 2003 cult horror movie Wrong Turn spawned five sequels, with the latest film in the series marking a reboot for the franchise.
Janks chats with Justin McMillan, the Australian director of the psychological horror movie Sweet River, streaming now on Netflix.
The Scream-Fest International Film Festival winner, Sweet River, from director Justin McMillan will be available on Netflix in December.
Halloween is upon us, so the Janks Review Crew has taken the liberty to solve your indecisions on what film to watch on the spookiest night of the year, with our list of fun horror films, including snack recommendations. Check out our diverse list of fantastic horror films below (in ascending order by year).
A couple is granted asylum in the UK and soon discover the house they are placed in may be haunted, in His House for Netflix.
Following on from the 1996 cult-classic teen-horror film The Craft, The Craft: Legacy features a new coven of young witches getting up to no good.
Literal bloodsuckers as well as metaphorical ones feature in the new Netflix horror-comedy film, Vampires vs. the Bronx.
Mackie and Jamie Dornan star in the mind-bending new film Synchronic from cult-movie directors Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead.
Adam Sandler returns to his most famous persona – playing a doofus – in the new comedy-horror film Hubie Halloween for Netflix.
Blumhouse has subverted the horror genre once again with the new film Freaky starring Vince Vaughn and Kathryn Newton.
Casting comedian and all-round nice guy Kevin James as a brutal Nazi shot-caller in Becky is a stroke of genius.
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