Wheatley Builds Layers with In the Earth

Ben Wheatley has given us some pretty great films. From Kill List to A Field in England to Sightseers, he manages to bring his unique style to every story he tells. His latest film pulls him out of the lockdown and back into his signature folk horror themes with In the Earth. Martin (Joel Fry)... Continue Reading →

Fantasia Film Festival 2020: Lucky

A woman’s fight to gain independence is a constant one. In Natasha Kermani’s Lucky, we see a motivational writer struggle to take her own advice within an endless loop fighting an unknown assailant. May (Brea Grant) is a successful self-help author, but her latest book isn’t doing so well. She’s also trying to reconnect with... Continue Reading →

The Ranger Comes to Shudder!

What happens when young punk rockers do bad things, hide out in nature, and piss off a diligent and psychotic forest ranger? You’ll need to watch Jenn Wexler’s The Ranger to find out. Chelsea (Chloe Levine) is an introspective young woman running with a rowdy bunch.  During a raid at a punk show, Chelsea is... Continue Reading →

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