Author: Daniel Tafoya

Daniel Tafoya

The Beach House Review: Body Horror Slow Burner Is A Showcase For Liana Liberato

Liana Liberato stars in the indie horror shocker The Beach House, a new film debuting this week on the streaming service Shudder. The actress is having a bit of a banner year already, having had

Why Don’t You Just Die! Review: Russian Dark Comedy Is Bloody Entertaining

In these times of pandemic and stay at home orders, many independent films that had once been slated to hit theaters are now arriving on demand and for digital rental at such places as iTunes,

Butt Boy Review: Indie Comedy-Thriller Lives Up To Its Outrageous Premise

What kind of a plot would you expect from a movie called Butt Boy? For that matter, what kind of production value or quality of acting could one hope for from a film with such

Blood On Her Name: This Indie Neo Noir Thriller Is Loaded With Suspense

Bethany Anne Lind gives a stellar, breakout performance as Leigh Tiller in the new indie thriller Blood on Her Name. Leigh is involved in the accidental death of a criminal cohort of her ex-husband and

Black Christmas Interview: Actor Brittany O’Grady On Making The Horror Remake

Brittany O'Grady is one of the more seasoned young actors in the remake of Black Christmas, coming out this week. Having starred for three years on the hit TV show Star, she has no problem

Black Christmas Interview: Director Sophia Takal On Remaking The Classic Slasher Flick

Sophia Takal makes her studio film debut as a director with a new, socially relevant take on the slasher classic Black Christmas. With a couple independent features under her belt as a helmer, she here

Black Christmas Interview: Screenwriter April Wolfe On Her Love Of The Original And The PG-13 Rating

April Wolfe makes her feature film screenwriting debut with the new remake of Black Christmas. Having recently written and directed a short film called Widower, she is more well known as a film critic for

Black Christmas Interview: Lily Donoghue On Appreciating The Horror Genre

Lily Donoghue might be familiar to viewers of such shows as The Goldbergs, Halt and Catch Fire or Dirty John. This weekend though, she makes her big screen debut in the new remake of the

Black Christmas Interview: Star Aleyse Shannon On The Feminist Update On The Horror Classic

Newcomer Aleyse Shannon stars in the new feminist update on the horror classic Black Christmas. Her character, Kris, is a politically engaged college student who joins up with her fellow sorority mates to take on

In Fabric: Killer Dress Movie Is An Artsy And Fun Horror Tale

Academy Award nominated actress Marianne Jean-Baptiste stars in the weirdly entrancing new horror film In Fabric. The movie tells of two separate people’s encounters with a possessed red dress that brings difficulty and bloodshed to the