You will remember the name Julian Gilbey and his forthcoming thriller A Lonely Place to Die, the Melissa George starrer that’s bound to leave an impact on nearly every cinema worshipper.
When a film becomes a franchise the viewer expects each sequel to build on the previous entry.
Sometimes when you’re on the set of a film your expectations for it can be somewhat heightened.
Before we get into this you guys should know that I am not at all the intended audience for Silent Hill: Revelation.
While Halloween and Friday the 13th took the world by storm, William Lustig’s 1980 Maniac never received the same attention as the aforementioned slashers, but definitely helped pave the way fo
The rape and revenge subgenre has always been controversial for displaying acts of sexualized violence on screen.
Reviewed by Michael Ferraro Take a good look at the cover of this Blu-ray the next time you are anywhere you can find it.
Reviewed by James A. Janisse Bedevilled is the slow-cooking 2010 directorial debut by Jang Chul-Soo, a well-built thriller that evolves from an oppression piece to a graphic revenge tale.
Right from the beginning the reality and grittiness of Chained, the new film by Jennifer Lynch, made me want to turn away.