Religion and folk horror go together like peas and carrots. So much folk horror is about oppression and belief that religion is the most natural place to go. Dan Slater’s The Family, a new Canadian entry in the genre, explores how religions can be weaponized against someone and explore how much abuse people can take before their breaking point.Continue reading “Blood in the Snow Review: ‘The Family’ is a worthy entry in the folk-horror genre”
So let me get this straight: Robert de Niro is starring in a film about a former mobster now in witness protection with his family, who are obviously dysfunctional, and is directed by Luc Besson and executive produced by Marton Scorcese?
Yeah, I’m down with that. Let’s watch.