A family desperately attempts to outrun an acidic stormcloud in this gory white-knuckle thriller.
Delightfully fluid animation lyrically complements a chorus of voices attempting to investigate a puzzling suicide posited by an idiosyncratic riddle.
There’s no other way to explain the New York Yankees’ unrivaled MLB success: a cold-blooded human sacrifice it is.
After a night of regrets, a cascade of sinister threats from an omniscient voice paralyzes a young woman into state of perpetual fear. A potent premise, profound in execution.
THE BLOODY BALLAD OF SQUIRT REYNOLDS
A twisted campfire tale quickly accelerates into a barrage of inspired and gory slasher gags meted out by a body-building, ‘stache-sporting fiend.
He’s on the prowl, but so are they. A satisfying and bloody swipe at street harassers.
Amidst a grotesque but slickly animated menagerie of extreme plastic surgery, a man demands an operation that will realize his inner butterfly.
An AID (Artificially Intelligent Device) nanny named CC follows her programming to the letter of the code in order to protect her ward’s best interests.
CHOWBOYS: AN AMERICAN FOLKTALE
Canada’s infamous cult collective reunite with another winning niche genre pastiche, this time lampooning the wintery western as they ricochet from absurdist hijinx to grotesque splatter.
A lonely woman with a lonely goldfish finds herself at the mercy of a rampaging intruder.
A newlywed woman finds herself encroached upon by a malaise of dread as her husband’s family expects her to participate in a series of disconcerting fertility rituals. Low-key horror that simmers and haunts.
Soaked in a hypnotic lo-fi aesthetic, a familiar body-swapping plot embraces the existential identity anxieties inherent in the premise.
A man in mourning, portrayed with aching empathy by Robert Longstreet (THE MISSING GIRL), is confronted and existentially confounded by the final moments of a dying squirrel.
An older woman goes to esoteric and decidedly unsanitary lengths to revitalize herself in this poetically grotesque 16mm portrait.
FEAST ON THE YOUNG
Two sisters skirt the perimeter of a bloodthirsty creature’s domain in this exquisitely photographed foray into fairy folklore.
If ever an elevator stops on a floor you don’t recognize, and the doors open to a quiet plea for help, pray you hold your ground; so warns this succinct tango of terror.
A mother investigates her daughter’s belief that a malevolent presence has been visiting her at night. A deeply unsettling permutation of the ol’ “there’s-a-monster-under-my-bed” chestnut.
Sleep in, stay up late, stomp and repeat; it’s one way to live. The grizzly directorial debut of prolific genre editor Josh Ethier.