It’s the end of October, the clocks have turned back, and the nights are now drawing in which means it’s the perfect time of year to settle down with a scary movie.
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‘Vicious Fun’ Review: Dir. Cody Calahan [A Scare a Day]
Set over one night in Minnesota circa 1983, Cody Calahan delivers a hundred minutes of nostalgic, tongue-in-cheek horror tainted laughs.
‘Uncle Peckerhead’ Review: Dir. [A Scare a Day]
Bass player and co-vocalist Judy (Chet Siegel), guitarist and lead vocalist Max (Jeff Riddle), and drummer Mel (Ruby McCollister), are struggling members of three-piece punk band Duh.
‘The Queen of Black Magic’ Review: Dir. Kimo Stamboel [A Scare a Day]
Directed by Kimo Stamboel (Headshot) and written by Joko Anwar (who previously wrote and directed last year’s Impertigore), The Queen of Black Magic is a loose re-envisioning of the 1981 Indonesian horror of the same name.
‘Jakob’s Wife’ Review: Dir. Travis Stevens [A Scare a Day]
Debuting to the world at SXSW 2021 Jakob’s Wife is the second feature film from producer-turned-director Travis Stevens.
‘Anything for Jackson’ Review: Dir. Justin G. Dyck [A Scare a Day]
In the wake of their grandson’s death, grandparents Henry (Julian Richings) and Audrey (Sheila McCarthy) Walsh have turned to Satanism.
‘In the Earth’ Review: Dir. Ben Wheatley [A Scare a Day]
Conceived, written, and produced during 2020’s quarantine, In the Earth is the latest mind-bending creation from Ben Wheatley.
‘John and the Hole’ Review: Dir. Pascual Sisto [A Scare a Day]
John and the Hole presents an awfully dark story that tells of how John (Charlie Shotwell) traps his family in a hole in the ground. It’s a creepy tale and one that will have the hairs on the back of your neck standing on end.
‘Candyman’ (2021) Review: Dir. Nia DaCosta [A Scare a Day]
Almost thirty years ago in 1992 director Bernard Rose unleashed his adaptation of the Clive Barker short story The Forbidden, Candyman, unto the world.
‘Daniel Isn’t Real’ Review: Dir. Adam Egypt Mortimer [A Scare a Day]
As a child Luke (Miles Robbins) had an imaginary friend called Daniel (Patrick Schwarzenegger), but after several issues, Luke sent him away. Whilst adjusting to college and worrying about his schizophrenic mother, he calls Daniel forth once more.