Cassadaga starts with that old tale of a kid lopping off his penis with a pair of scissors due to the fact that his mother has issues with him dressing up in women’s clothing.
The night that Miller’s Comet passes over Earth, four couples who seem like they don’t really like each other that much get together for a dinner party.
Ever since Paranormal Activity took cinemas by storm (for better or worse), there has been an onslaught of imitators and parodies. This year alone saw Scary Movie 5 and A Haunted House, both really horrible films.
In a short amount of time, British director Ben Wheatley has become one of the most renowned genre filmmakers alive. And the great thing is, he doesn’t seem to give a damn about breaking into the mainstream.
One of the things that I loved about Ronny Yu’s 1998 Bride of Chucky was that it took the Child’s Play franchise in a completely new direction.
Let’s be honest: The original I Spit On Your Grave divided people more than Ben Affleck as Batman ever will.
Mark Hartley’s Patrick remake premiered a week and half back at the Fantastic Fest in Austin, Texas, and Evan Dickson has delivered his thoughts on the psychic horror starring You’re Next star Sharni Vinson.
Wait a second…you’re trying to tell me that there is an American remake of a mildly successful foreign horror film?! WELL I NEVER!
Gravity is without question the most visceral experience I’ve had in a theater this year. I say this without hesitation and in no uncertain terms.