Posts Tagged ‘psychological horror’

Movie Review: Art of Obsession

by Jeff Fountainon June 14, 2018
Horror is a unique genre that doesn’t have to scare you with just blood and guts. In fact, it’s usually the psychological aspect, be it the inner demon or wondering what the hell is around the corner that makes horror truly terrifying. Writer/ director Ryan M. Andrews takes the ‘screw with your mind’ route and […]

Interview: Luke Shanahan

by Jeff Fountainon October 25, 2017
Recently we had the chance to talk to writer/director Luke Shanahan about his new movie Rabbit and his experiences in the world of film. So was getting into the movie business something you always wanted to do or did you discover this later, like one of those wonderful happy accidents? Luke: No, I was pretty […]


Movie Review: “Rabbit” is a Mesmerizing and Mind-Bending Experience

by Jeff Fountainon October 14, 2017
Toronto After Dark Film Festival 2017 With a wonderful vision, soundtrack and a great sense of dread, Luke Shanahan’s Rabbit is a great way to exercise your brain and have a grand time at the movies again, without the need for explosions and aliens and comic book characters coming out of your ass. Part psychological, […]