I was debating the ways I could give “The Number 23” a score that would, you guessed it, add up to 23, but I didn’t have a lot of options hence the tried and true rating of the number “4.” 2
Director Stuart Gordon has always been one of my favourite genre filmmakers. Overall his body of work contains a versatility and wild imagination I’ve always gravitated towards.
Like many Wes Craven pictures, the story arc follows a similar formula. The antagonists have control for most of the film, but the tide turns after a series of booby-traps set by the protagonists.
Anyone keeping tabs on director Scott Charles Stewart knows that he has problems focusing on a single film.
In the ‘70s and ‘80s, rape-revenge movies generated loads of controversy as they shot up, bit off, and poured acid on the dicks of the male audience.
Greg Swinson and Ryan Thiessen team together to deliver an impressive debut film that, even with all of it’s problems, is still going to blow some of your minds.
Filmmaker D.J. Caruso (THE SALTON SEA) is getting raked over the internet coals for taking the base of Hitchcock’s masterpiece REAR WINDOW and transplanting the film to a suburban wasteland teen suspense thriller.
The Factory was filmed in 2008 and is finally being released on DVD this week. Since it has been five years since filming completed, and the release was delayed since 2011, there has to be obvious reasons why.
Think you know pain? You don’t know shit. Sylvia Likens knew pain. In 1958 she was locked in the basement of her foster home, and tortured for weeks and weeks, until she was dead.