Anthology

The YULETIDE TERROR Fireside Chats – Amanda Reyes

Here at The Farsighted, we have been lucky enough to catch up with a few of the authors for the upcoming Spectacular Optical jawn, Yuletide Terror. We love horror and we love Christmas, so we’re pretty damn excited about this one. We’re calling these interview “The Yuletide Terror Fireside Chats” and today we begin with…

Remembering Romero, Part 1: Friday Frights is Back with TWO EVIL EYES

The loss of George Romero was felt pretty deeply by us here at The Farsighted. He is one of the founding fathers of contemporary horror, and his influence is enormous. And not just in the “Walking-Dead-wouldn’t-exist-without-Romero” kind of way, either. He helped change the look and feel of horror films in very real, tangible ways.…

ATROZ: Battery Acid for the Soul

Atroz feels like battery acid getting spilled all over your soul. It corrodes through your fraying sanity; it takes no prisoners. “Psh,” you scoff. “I’ve seen Cannibal Holocaust. I am desensitized.” Maybe that’s true. You’ve seen all of the fucked up shit. You are a god of Fucked Up Shit Cinema. Pat yourself on the…

SOUTHBOUND: Highway to the Danger Zone

Southbound is a horror anthology without that dose not resort to an overall framing device beyond it’s locations along the same lonely stretch of highway. By avoiding these overt framing like the VHS tapes in V/H/S, a previous film by these folks, each story is free to dovetail into the next in a way that…