Francesco Sossai builds a queasy claustrophobia in the neo-giallo The Birthday Party.
A fun, campy homage to contemporary folk and cosmic horror.
A gruesome and eerie stop-motion fairytale, aesthetically influenced by the Brothers Grimm
In his short film debut, Stephen Vuillemin explores parasocial relationships, highlighting the pervasive feeling of surveillance that has become increasingly prevalent in our digital age.
In her debut film, Maria Estela Paiso presents a walk down memory lane as a horror show. The end of the world is nigh and frogs are raining down from the sky.
An exciting addition to the already rich and engaging filmography of Polish animation auteur Katarzyna Miechowicz.
Nicolai G.H Johansen’s horror-thriller investigates the roots of fear and anxiety—the one associated with a first love, a first touch, a first time of carelessly crossing a boundary towards the Other.
In the face of reality’s horror show and an Earth engulfed by flame, Wong Ping delivers pointed critiques, as laser focused as any satirist working in cinema.