There’s a certain joy in rooting for the bad guy in a movie. A truly great villain can win you over in a number of ways, be it strong characterization, a sadistic glee in their methods, or a logic in their actions that surprises the viewer by making an odd sort of sense. That’s what I got from Influencer. Writer-director Kurtis David Harder crafts a relatively simple but massively fun bit of modern horror thanks in large part to his focus on a truly compelling baddie that will earn your respect, and perhaps even outright admiration.
Alfonso Cortés-Cavanillas’ EGO Scores Trio of Accolades Including Best Feature, Rob Jabbaz Takes Best Director, Special Jury Mention, and the Audience Award for THE SADNESS As Standouts of 2021 Winners. [Monday, October 25, 2021 - Brooklyn, NY] The Brooklyn Horror Film Festival ended its 6th edition last Thursday with the sold-out closing night East Coast … Continue reading BROOKLYN HORROR FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES AWARDS FOR 2021 EDITION
When tragedy befalls two adult siblings, they must go out into the night and hunt a demonic force that has been following and devouring them, piece by piece, since childhood. Libby Ewing and Evan Dumouchel give poignant, lived-in performances as Daphne and Wilson Shaw, whose lives to this point have been poisoned by addiction, depression, suicidal thoughts, and perhaps something more calculatingly sinister.
https://youtu.be/yf0bLYgtGbw Hosted By Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions On this episode Omri Dorani talks with host Jason Godbey about his indie horror film This Is Our Home starring Simone Policano and Jeff Ayers. No Rest for the Weekend is now live on Patreon. Support us there and receive our e-book, The No Rest for the … Continue reading Episode 616: Omri Dorani
https://youtu.be/8p8xixZdc9c Hosted By Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions On this episode host Jason Godbey and NRFTW Contributor EJ Argenio recap review the films from the Brooklyn Horror Film Fest and more. No Rest for the Weekend is now live on Patreon. You can support us there for more great content. You can also subscribe on … Continue reading Episode 608: Brooklyn Horror Film Festival Recap
https://youtu.be/PP882F3Rcgo A Review by EJ Argenio Do you want to hear a scary story? Get your popcorn, turn off the lights, and turn on A Night of Horror: Nightmare Radio. A Night of Horror: Nightmare Radio is comprised of chilling vignettes beautifully told by Rod Wilson (James Wright) who is not your average late-night radio … Continue reading A Night of Horror- Nightmare Radio at the Brooklyn Horror Film Fest