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  • The ABCs of Death (NR)

    Twenty-six horror/fantasy filmmakers contribute three- or four-minute shorts, each taking death as its theme and a letter of the alphabet as its inspiration. more...
  • Across the River
  • Across the River

    Neither fish nor fowl, this moody Italian feature (2013) recasts a familiar horror-movie narrative in the languorous, poetic manner of the so-called "slow cinema" that's pervaded the international festival circuit. more...
  • Alien (R)

    An empty-headed horror movie (1979) with nothing to recommend it beyond the disco-inspired art direction and some handsome, if gimmicky, cinematography. more...
  • Alien: Covenant
  • Alien: Covenant (R)

    After the baffling Prometheus (2012), director Ridley Scott goes back to basics for this second installment of his new Alien trilogy: despite a few remnants of the earlier film's obscure genesis story, most of the action in Covenant plays like an elaboration on the original Alien (1979). more...
  • All About Evil (NR)

    Joshua Grannell directed this horror film about a librarian who inherits the family's movie house and becomes a serial killer. more...
  • Alleluia
  • Alleluia

    Belgian horror monger Fabrice Du Welz (Calvaire) takes a crack at Raymond Fernandez and Martha Beck, the notorious "Lonely Hearts Killers," whose serial murders of lovelorn women in the late 1940s have been immortalized on film numerous times already (most notably in Leonard Kastle's seedy 1969 shocker The Honeymoon Killers). more...
  • Almost Human

    In small-town Maine, a man sees his best friend disappear in a blue light; two years later, he suspects the incident may be linked to a series of murders. more...
  • American Psycho (R)

    The grisly murders in this modest proposal (2000), set in 80s Manhattan, are inspired by envy and ennui, and their perpetrator is a suavely pathetic solipsist and independently wealthy executive (Christian Bale). more...