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Indie Horror-thon: We Are What We Are (2013)

English-language remakes of foreign films rarely bring a fresh perspective to their source material-- especially when they're released just three years after the original. Fortunately, there are exceptions, most recently in the form of We Are What We Are, which...

Indie Horror-thon: Funny Games (2007)

Sadism is the name of the titular "game" in Michael Haneke's Funny Games, a shot-for-shot remake of an Austrian film of the same name, also directed by Haneke. Serving as social commentary about our fascination with violence in the media, this home-invasion...

Indie Horror-thon: The Orphanage (2007)

If ever there were a film that all horror films should strive to live up to, it's the Spanish masterpiece The Orphanage, which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival in 2007 to a ten-minute ovation. The film's script was written by Sergio G. Sánchez in 1996 and brought...

Indie Horror-thon: The Sacrament (2013)

It's difficult to review one of Ti West's films without seeming hyperbolic in my praise for the young filmmaker, who over the years has established himself as one of the most focused and effective horror classicists in the business. He directed or starred in 5 of the...

Indie Horror-thon: The Bay (2012)

If Steven Spielberg's Jaws didn't scare you out of the water, The Bay should do the trick. In the opening sequence, the film explains the footage was confiscated by the U.S. government until the anonymous source leaked the footage. What follows is presented in the...

Indie Horror-thon: Bad Milo! (2013)

Embrace your inner demon, reads the tagline of last year's Bad Milo, which takes a more literal interpretation of the expression. The film's co-writers Benjamin Hayes and Jacob Vaughan (who also directs) share a mutual fascination with twisted creature flicks-- an...

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