Chris Rock’s Saw experiment is a cathartic fan casting in Jigsaw’s playpen, featuring a dull band of corrupt police officers who befall befitting…
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In this week's Field Notes From Hell: Thoughts on The Batman, Fresh, the new Apple TV+ series, Severance, and the revamp of the newsletter.
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St. Vincent and Carrie Brownstein star in 'The Nowhere Inn', a meta-"docudrama" that's equal parts parody and Lynchian fever dream.
Though far from perfect, Leigh Janiak's teen horror trilogy, Fear Street, sides with a townful of misfits and gives space for queer heroines.
For a film that belongs to a franchise with a penchant for violence and frankly not much else, this new entry has surprisingly sensitive and new things…
In this week's Field Notes From Hell: Thoughts on the new Filipino thriller, 'Tenement 66', featuring impoverished tweens unwittingly robbing a…
In which a casual genre nut heads straight to a collision course against the dreaded disturbing movie iceberg graph that traumatized the people of…
In this week's Field Notes From Hell: Thoughts on the freshly wrapped EPIX series, 'From,' early raves for Ti West's 'X,' and new horror trailers.
For better or for worse, HBO Max's slick, homage-heavy slasher reboot defies its CW roots, making for a 'Mean Girls'-esque teen drama with a truly…
In this week's Field Notes From Hell, I tackle a J-horror blunder, the 2021 film, 'Cube.' Plus, what Marvel is doing right with 'Moon Knight.'
My first dispatch details why I started Deep Cuts in the first place, new horror I've watched, and this week's movie, TV, and book recommendations.
Looking for nautical horror films? Queue this set of thalassophobic nightmares from the world's coldest and darkest oceanic depths.