Review: Blood Quantum

Blood Quantum...Director: Jeff BarnabyWriter: Jeff BarnabyStars: Michael Greyeyes, Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers, Forrest Goodluck, Kiowa Gordon, Olivia Scriven, Stonehorse Lone Goeman ReviewA recently and oft heard complaint is that the zombie genre is played out. The people that say this will be made to eat those words with Blood Quantumgetting an early streaming release on Shudder (thanks... Continue Reading →

Review: Why Don’t You Just Die!

Why Don't You Just Die...Director: Kirill SokolovWriter: Kirill SokolovStars: Aleksandr Kuznetsov, Vitaliy Khaev, Evgeniya KregzhdeReviewWhy Don't You Just Die! is a kinetic, bloody splatterfest, that from minute one isn't concerned about film 'rules' and blazes its own path through what can only be described as a Tarantino/Boyle/Ritchie filter with over the top of cartoonish violence... Continue Reading →

Review: We Summon The Darkness

We Summon The Darkness...Director: Marc MeyersWriter: Alan TrezzaStars: Alexandra Daddario, Johnny Knoxville, Keean Johnson, Logan Miller, Maddie Hasson, Amy Forsyth, Austin SwiftReviewGet ready to go back to 1988 and smack bang in the middle of a satanic murder spree. We meet three friends Alexis (Daddario), Val (Hasson), and Bev (Forsyth) all on their way to... Continue Reading →

Review: Tingle Monsters (Short Film)

Tingle Monsters...Director: Alexandra SerioWriter: Alexandra SerioStars: Alexandra Serio, Kareem RahmaReviewIn Tingle Monsters Alexandra Serio (Writer, Director and Star) takes aim at how female are viewed on the internet and that words and their intent are a jumping off point for violence or at the very least the possibility of violence toward women and Serio succeeds... Continue Reading →

Review: We (Wij)

We (Wij)...Director: Rene EllerWriters: Rene Eller, Elvis Peeters (novel)Stars: Aimé Claeys, Tijmen Govaerts, Pauline CasteleynReviewAimless, despicable teens are nothing new in films (Kids, Thirteen or generally any Larry Clark or Harmony Korine film) but the kids in We give them all a run for their money. So, you might say that this isn't a horror... Continue Reading →

Film Review: Dark Whispers Volume 1 (Final Girls Berlin Film Festival)

Dark Whispers Vol 1...Directors: Angie Black (Birthday Girl), Jub Clerc (Storytime), Lucy Gouldthorpe (Grillz), Katrina Irawati Graham (White Song), Janine Hewitt (The Intruder), Briony Kidd (Watch Me), Isabel Peppard (Gloomy Valentine), Marion Pilowsky (The Ride), Madeleine Purdy (Little Sharehouse of Horrors), Megan Riakos (The Book of Dark Whispers), Kaitlin Tinker (The Man Who Caught a... Continue Reading →

Haddonfield Horror’s Best Of 2019

Best Of 2019...With 2019 coming to close, us here at Haddonfield Horror put together at list of our favourites for this year. A very good year for horror films, with plenty of indy films and studio joints providing some great highlights but you there is some not horror stuff in the lists as well because...we... Continue Reading →

Review: Dry Blood [-FILM-]

Dry Blood...Director: Kelton JonesWriter: Clint CarneyStars: Clint Carney, Jaymie Valentine, Kelton JonesReviewHorror films and their associated sub-genres (Paranormal, Monsters, Possession) have been used as analogies for a variety of real life issues such as addiction, mental illness, political statements. In Dry Blood, addiction is the scary thing hiding in the closet. Brian (Carney) escapes to a... Continue Reading →

Review: Z (Blood In The Snow Festival) [-FILM-]

Z...Director: Brandon ChristensenWriters: Brandon Christensen, Colin MinihanStars: Keegan Connor Tracy, Jett Klyne, Sean RogersonReviewHaving it's Toronto premiere at the Blood In The Snow Festival, Z is probably one of the more downbeat and therefore ballsy horror films I have seen in a while.When Elizabeth (Tracy) and Kevin's (Rogerson) child Joshua (Klyne) begins to start talking... Continue Reading →

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