Revisiting Wes Craven’s ‘A Nightmare on Elm Street’ (1984) and Horror’s Obsession with the Female Mind

“What remains brutally unwavering is the violence inflicted on female characters and its link to male fantasy and desire.”

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REVIEW: Chino Moya’s ‘Undergods’ (2021) is a Humorously Bleak Sci-fi Warning of a Future Already Here

Undergods firmly wants you to feel every inch of its bizarre horror landscape of a future that might not only be around the corner but is already here.

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‘Slaxx’ (2020) – You Need to See This Movie About Killer Pants…

What honestly makes this film whole is the writing, because it incorporates all the elements needed to tell a complete story.

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REVIEW: ‘The Banishing’ (2020) is a Sunday Morning Movie

The Banishing is a horror movie built on familiar ground, and despite good intentions never quite surpasses its origins

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Did ‘Hannibal’ (2001) Cannibalise Itself?

Hannibal is 20 years old. It was the long awaited sequel to one of history’s most lauded films, so where does it stand in the film canon now?

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REVIEW: ‘Come True’ (2021) Will Certainly Polarise Viewers

Come True isn’t interested in traditional narrative structures and character arcs, and instead places an emphasis on mood and atmosphere.

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REVIEW: Brea Grant’s Frenetically Fun Dark Horror Comedy ‘12 Hour Shift’ (2020) Flies Past

Grant’s film treads a fine line of stone-faced humour, exploitation, and bloody violence, but a female centric cast and memorable performances make this an energetic and curious calling card

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REVIEW: ‘Anything for Jackson’ (2020) is a Delightfully Twisted Horror With Real Charm

Featuring a demonic contortionist that will make you scream, Dyck’s swerve into the horror genre is well worth an evening’s sacrifice.

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Sally’s Piece: A Christmas Ode to the Queen of Halloween

Here at the Women in Horror column of Flip Screen, we honor all of the women of the horror genre. The Nightmare Before Christmas is an animated Halloween film with children’s nightmares inspiring its characters, thus making Sally a woman in horror. She literally lives in a world that thrives off of terror. But one could argue that The Nightmare Before Christmas is also a Christmas movie. It captures the whimsical nature and themes of the holiday so perfectly, so it makes sense. Christmas is just as much a part of this film as is Halloween, so what a perfect film to talk about in December’s piece of this column.

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INTERVIEW: Amelia Moses Talks Subverting Horror Tropes In ‘Bleed With Me’ (2020)

Still making the rounds at film festivals across the world, Bleed With Me has proven to be a noteworthy debut from writer/director Amelia Moses. In this interview, Moses chats about the making of the film and her love of the horror genre.

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