Cinema Fearité presents ‘Judgment Night’ Cinema Fearite remembers the nineties with rap metal, flying bullets, and Denis Leary. The last few years, film fans and critics alike have been comparing the similarities between horror and comedy, thanks in part to the success of Jordan Peele’s Get Out and John Krasinski’s A Quiet Place. But not […]
Cinema Fearité presents ‘The Being’ Cinema Fearité wraps up Women in Horror Month with Jackie Kong’s slimfest ‘The Being.’ Throughout the month of February, Cinema Fearité has been celebrating Women in Horror Month by showcasing the work of female filmmakers. So far, we’ve covered the erotic thrills of Kat Shea’s Stripped to Kill, the slashery […]
To celebrate Women in Horror month, check out Katt Shea’s 1987 directorial debut, the erotic thriller-mystery-slasher Stripped to Kill.
Even when they don’t seem to be, prison movies like ‘Short Eyes’ are horror flicks. Read on to find out why prison is a perfect horror movie location.
An alien invasion movie can come in any shape or size. Sometimes, the aliens are friendly, like in E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial or Arrival. Sometimes, they’re horrifying, as in Xtro or The Dark. And sometimes, not even the audience can tell the difference. That’s the case with the 1977 schlockier Prey.