Ready for a tease of Netflix’s upcoming internet driven thriller, Cam? You should be. The...Read More
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[Exclusive Interview] BOO! Creator Luke Jaden Talks Halloween Traditions and The Ghosts That Haunt Us
I’m no stranger to late-night parties at a packed Brooklyn dive bar. But I have to admit,...Read More
A cold, beige convent. Falling snow. Walking ladies. A wide-eyed girl that stares into the...Read More
Ahead of Fantastic Fest A. T. White’s Starfish is acquired for release by Yellow Veil...Read More
In the new dark comedy Arizona, Danny McBride plays a villain who’s convinced he’s still a good...Read More
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After making a strong festival run, Inheritance has its VOD release secured. The feature film...Read More
The indie survival film Mohawk is an violent cat and mouse game of revenge, colonialism, and the...Read More
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