With her stylish second short film, Reptile House, director Tristan Risk delivers a wickedly entertaining neo-giallo thriller.
Lionsgate delivers an entertaining gem of demented psychos and carnie culture with Clown Fear, starring Sadie Katz and Augie Duke.
Nicnevin and the Bloody Queen (Humanoids) will genuinely rock readers with its personal teen angst and spellbinding folk horror story. Get ready for an honest depiction of family dysfunction and personal moments of quiet despair. “In the story, London teen “Nissy” Oswald is stuck in the countryside for the entire summer with only her mother […]
A incredibly fun sci-fi read, X-O Manowar #1 (Valiant Entertainment) boasts tons of superhero action and hilarious one-liners from a stoic space adventurer.
With all the 13 episodes of the first season of Harley Quinn available to watch, DC Universe is adding more comics and an unscripted All Star Games to watch in March 2020.
Indiecan Entertainment presents the intensely provocative revenge thriller, Drowning, starring Laura Tremblay and Mark Nutall.
Shudder presents the uniquely riveting sci-fi apocalyptic fantasy, Jessica Forever, starring Aomi Muyock and Maya Coline.
Returning back to the stage after Last Bar at the End of the World, production has begun for the world premiere of Emmy and Ringo Award-winning cartoonist Dean Haspiel’s latest work, The War of Woo.
Capturing the spirit of John Hughes, Finger Guns #1 (Vault Comics) delivers an authentically touching portrayal of angst-ridden teens.
The Horror Collective presents a thought-provoking and effective coming-of-age thriller, The Perished, staring Courtney McKeon and Fiach Kunz.