BHFF 2019 review: ‘The Swerve’ is striking and complex.

The Swerve East Coast Premiere USA | 2019 | 95 Min | Dir. Dean Kapsalis High school English teacher Holly (Azura Skye) has always taken the stress and thanklessness of motherhood in stride, but a dark secret weighs heavily on her. The sudden appearance of a mouse and a betrayal by her self-absorbed husband send her spiraling down into catastrophe Read More →

BHFF 2019 review: ‘This Is Our Home’ proves grief is a ghost that haunts eternal.

THIS IS OUR HOME USA | 2019 | 73 Min | Dir. Omri Dorani A struggling couple’s weekend getaway goes awry when a child arrives in the middle of the night claiming to be their son. Grief carries a power that is beyond our understanding. It can be all-consuming or a numbness. Each person deals with it in a very Read More →

BHFF 2019 review: ‘Sator’

SATOREast Coast Premiere USA | 2019 | 85 Min | Dir. Jordan Graham Deep in the woods, it’s hard to really say what’s whispering in the night. Ask grandma, though, and she’ll tell you it’s Sator—a protective dark force among the trees, a satanic presence, a ritualistic killer who’s haunted their family for generations. A young man ventures back to Read More →

BHFF 2019 review: ‘Girl On The Third Floor’ is a gag-worthy trip to hell.

GIRL ON THE THIRD FLOOR New York Premiere USA | 2019 | 93 Min | Dir. Travis Stevens Don Koch tries to renovate a rundown mansion with a sordid history for his growing family, only to learn that the house has other plans. Travis Stevens’ feature debut is dripping with gore… And bodily fluids. It is a truly demented film. Read More →

BHFF 2019 review: ‘Spiral’ is socially relevant horror at its best.

SPIRAL North American Premiere Canada | 2019 | 87 Min | Dir. Kurtis David Harder To get away from the city life, same-sex couple Malik and Aaron and their teen daughter, Kayla, move to a small suburban town in the mid-’90s. Unfortunately, they’re greeted right away with homophobic threats. When Malik witnesses a strange gathering in the neighbor’s house, he Read More →

BHFF 2019 review: ‘A Night of Horror: Nightmare Radio’ makes short films its frightening focus.

A NIGHT OF HORROR: NIGHTMARE RADIO North American Premiere Argentina, New Zealand | 2019 | 100 Min | Dir. Luciano and Nicolás Onetti, Sergio Morcillo, Joshua Long, Jason Bognacki, Adam O´Brien, Matt Richards, A.J. Briones, Pablo S. Pastor and Oliver Park. As the host of a popular horror-themed radio show, disc jockey Rod shares tales of terror with his eager Read More →

BHFF 2019 review: ‘The Shed’ wows at first sold out screening.

THE SHED North American Premiere USA | 2019 | 99 Min | Dir. Frank Sabatella Stan, Roxy and Dommer are lifelong friends whose bond is being tested by the ever-taxing rigors of high school. For Stan and Dommer, in particular, the daily bullying they encounter comes in second only to watching Roxy’s popularity grow, and, in turn, her closeness to Read More →

Brooklyn Horror Film Festival 2019 is upon us!

The 4th edition of Brooklyn Horror Film Festival officially opened last night. Clearly, I want to tell you to go see all the films but as it is highly unlikely you are a Timelord I’ve made some suggestions. Narrowing down 5 films to see at this festival is insanely difficult. BHFF is a unique fest that brings genre filmmaking from Read More →