Last night Bloody-Disgusting’s Tim Anderson was among the first to see Lionsgate’s The Haunting in Connecticut, which screened at the SXSW Film Festival in Austin, Texas.
The Divide, the latest film by Xavier Gens, opens not with a whimper but a bang as missiles level New York while Eva (Lauren German) watches the famous skyline turn a cloudy orange.
On the Eve of D-Day, two Allied commandos sent to destroy a German gun installation uncover a secret occult lair where the Nazis are hiding a deadly she-demon, whom they plan to use to turn the tide of the war.
Paramount Insurge’s found footage exorcism flick The Devil Inside is now in theaters everywhere.
The Darkest Hour, while not awful or grating, is the kind of movie that you forget while walking out of the theatre.
If you’re on Santa’s naughty list, you’re in for a lot more than a lump of coal in Steven C. Miller’s liberal remake of the scandalous 80s slasher, Silent Night, Deadly Night.
While director Evan Kelly’s Canadian indie flick is being touted as a “sci-fi thriller”, over-eager viewers should note that the sci-fi elements take a good hour to reach maximum charge.
While I didn’t fall in love with The Collection, there’s something admirable about its ambition to not be more of the same.
Directed by 28 Weeks helmer Juan Carlos Fresnadillo, the screenplay by Jaime Marques and Nico Casariego attempts something quite unique with Intruders.