Five short stories set in a town named Gulpepper, which has a habit of swallowing people. There’s a reason the locals call it “The Gulp”. CW: Horror and all that comes with it. Lots of people get their throats ripped out and skin peeled off, it's quite disgusting really.
The tagline for Splatter Capital promises “a guide for surviving the horror movie we collectively inhabit” but really it is a breakdown of how splatter horror can act as a Marxist representation of life under capitalism – where bodies are dismembered and consumed by the more fortunate for the sake of maintaining production. It also poses that splatter horror can present a cathartic alternative, where the disenfranchised are able to rise up and literally “eat the rich”.
On the search for a story for his podcast, Wallace Bryton (Justin Long) travels to Canada where he falls foul of a nefarious serial killer with a strange desire – to turn his victims into a walrus.
A fancy dinner party goes south after the hosts reveal they are in a cult and encourage their guests to join. tw: attempted suicide, suicide, death, murder, home invasion, cults
Four teenagers are trapped on an island with the restless dead in this indie adventure game. tw: horror and supernatural elements, possession, drug use, suicide, death, jump scares, flashing images and sudden loud noises
Sick of the vicious reign of the rich and popular "Heathers," Veronica teams up with new bad boy, JD, to blow up the school heirarchy.
tw: bullying, suicide, death, homophobia, mentions of eating disorders
After Kris' ex-bandmate Terry sold out to become The Blind King she's been working in a dead-end job in a dead-end town. But then The Blind King comes back for one last tour, and this time Kris might just be able to bring him down, but first she has to get the band back together. In another dead-end town, Melanie clings onto the hope that The Blind King has given her, and his new show has given her the kick she needs to finally get out of the place. Part road-trip, part zombie movie, all metal.
tw: sexual assault, suicide, forced drug-taking, medical horror, dismemberment
A collection of short stories based around horror and queer desire.
Area X has been cut off from the world. It's existence only known to a few, it is hopelessly researched by the Southern Reach - an organisation that soon proves just as unknowable and strange as Area X itself.
The world has been without women since a plague destroyed them decades ago. But then, in the graveyards and the woods, a yellow fungus begins to grow in the shape of the dead women's bodies. They are the Beauty and they will be loved. TW: body horror, sexual violence, dubious consent, abuse, mention of homophobia