body horror


Gross Excision, the feature-length directorial debut from Richard Bates Jr., is a coming-of-age body horror that, for once in recent horror history, doesn’t out-stay its welcome. At 81 minutes, we get a satisfying character arc for the protagonist, progressive dramatic… Read More ›

Brandon Cronenberg’s Antiviral

‘Celebrities are not people, they are group hallucinations’ I had high hopes for Antiviral. My expectations were probably higher than they should have been for a debut film, regardless of who Brandon Cronenberg’s father is [David Cronenberg; Scanners, Videodrome, The… Read More ›