Attachment (dir. Gabriel Bier Gislason, 2022)
JHR reviews Attachment, the new dybbuk film premiering at Tribeca Film Festival
Cannibalism (with Josh Schlossberg)
JHR goes audio with JOSH’S WORST NIGHTMARE
The Brood (dir. David Cronenberg, 1979)
JHR returns to In Review: Online to take an in-depth look at divorce, gender, and what makes great horror.
The Jewish Book of Horror
Andy Nyman & Jeremy Dyson’s Ghost Stories
JHR explores the most iconic Jewish-horror play since The Dybbuk for JewTh!nk.
Ever wondered where to start the search for British-Jewish horror? Maybe try checking out these six great films
The Vigil (dir. Keith Thomas, 2020)
It might not be perfect, but Keith Thomas’ The Vigil is a fresh, exciting new entry into the Jewish horror genre – and throws down a much-needed gauntlet for other creators