From the ashes of years in isolation comes a new boogeyman to haunt your dreams in THE HARBINGER. Plus! Rue Morgue traces the path of horror’s freshest raconteur, writer/director ANDY MITTON; ROBERT (The Witch) EGGERS recalls working on Mitton’s debut movie YELLOWBRICKROAD and lots more.
A watchlist of genre films that portray students in crisis, from grade schoolers to post-graduates. Relevant viewing as we head into the first full academic year of the Covid-19 era.
With Halloween upon us tomorrow, it’s a prime time to make a video playlist of horror films to watch on VOD or Blu-ray/DVD. Following up on our previous selections, the following are five more movies released earlier this year that you might not have caught up with, but are recommended viewing for All Hallow’s Eve (or anytime, in fact):
Exclusive Interview: “SUPER DARK TIMES” director Kevin Phillips on youth violence and nostalgia horror
Now on VOD from The Orchard following a strong reception on the festival circuit, SUPER DARK TIMES is a fascinating, disturbing portrait of teenage turmoil and violence that marks first-time feature director Kevin Phillips as a true talent on the darker side of cinema. He gave RUE MORGUE this exclusive interview about the movie’s inspirations and creation.