A single mother and a childless morgue technician are bound together by their relationship to a little girl they have reanimated from the dead. An inspired feminine reworking of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein...
Acclaimed horror auteur Larry Fessenden unleashes his long-mooted werewolf film, focusing on an artist struggling with his lycanthropy while his killings plunge a small New York town into paranoia.
Anna’s best friend just died, her cat escaped and now she’s coughing up furballs. Mary Dauterman makes her feature debut in this darkly funny film about female friendship.
The ultimate Hong Kong cult classic from producer Tsui Hark! Evil demons meet wuxia with humour, a tragic love story, a rap song, eye-popping effects, kinky undertones and exhilarating action.
Two cosmic brothers abduct a mad pharmaceutical mogul on a quest for immortality in Eddie Alcazar’s face-meltingly stylized sci-fi mind trip.
Vinegar Syndrome’s inaugural production, shot on 16mm in Serbia, is shocking and sure to disturb, bursting with tension and packing visually mind-bending jolts that will melt your eyes out their sockets.
In an isolated country house, a woman is haunted by a menacing presence. A minimalist, atmospheric horror film shot in superb black and white.
A sex worker launches her own investigation after the police fail to learn the identity of a local serial killer. A rarely seen ’80s Canuxploitation gem, made in Montreal and co-starring Nanette Workman!
Sam H. Freeman, Ng Choon Ping
When drag artist Jules (Nathan Stewart-Jarrett) sees his closeted assailant (George MacKay) at a gay sauna, he begins dating him, hatching a plan for revenge. A riveting, unbearably tense queer thriller.
A mysterious car might be running on blood for fuel in this satire on consumerism, a potent piece of anti-automobile propaganda, and perhaps the purest horror exercise that Herz produced.
Kenneth Dagatan’s second feature film is a Filipino folk-horror fairy tale to freeze the blood in your veins, a gory, gothic nightmare in a time and place of perfidy, dread, and desolation.
Lennon is a park ranger in an isolated forest outpost. Visions start to appear blending the past, present, and perhaps something even more sinister that lays dormant at the roots of this landscape.
An enchanting genre treat about two sisters — neither of whom is named Morgiana, that’s the cat, who gets her own cat-cam — who are placed in opposition when one of them gets an inheritance.
Hockey and a small Canadian town serve as the backdrop to a reimagining of a familiar folkloric monster.
Lovers separated by criminal conflicts reunite, but things get complicated. Bullets, loyalty, and love will shape everyone’s destiny in the Hong Kong new wave classic, recently restored.
A mysterious woman on the run (Hayley Erin) and the fixer (Sonya Walger), assigned to bring her in. Their two unique stories inextricably link, as the stakes of the pursuit rise to apocalyptic proportions.
Fuelled by black humour, political incorrectness and overt cynicism, this joyous collective venting of anger will sow the seeds of diabolical laughter.
A student must rescue a princess from the castle of an evil magician, who's preparing an elixir from the stolen hearts of nine children. Laced with aspects of folk horror, vampirism, and surreal fairy tale...
YouTube’s immensely popular “Weird Satanist Guy” comes to the big screen, as amateur occultist Onyx (writer/director Andrew Bowser) and four companions tangle with the villainous Bartok (Jeffrey Combs).
A car-crash victim descends into hell, experiencing the pain of tortured souls along the way. A multi-textured existential fantasy, topped with signature notes of visceral horror and disturbing fairy tale.
Kiah McKirnan and Alicia Silverstone star in Jennifer Reeder’s dreamy and blood-soaked queer feminist horror/comedy that drips with shapeshifting, telepathy, slasher codes, and body horror.
All written and directed by Nuhash Humayun (MOSHARI), four beautifully crafted short films compose this spine-chilling anthology inspired by age-old legends and ghost stories from the Bengal region.
The longtime dream project of late filmmaker/effects artist David Allen finally sees completion, rife with eye-popping stop-motion as an expedition to find the Yeti uncovers far more frightening beings.
A domestic worker desperate to provide for herself and her daughter discovers a dark secret hidden by her wealthy employer. Winner of a 2023 SXSW Grand Jury Award.