The changeup from fright flick tinted by dark comedy to straight horror ... begs the question, what makes this a “Cabin Fever” movie other than the title?
“A Field in England” involves five men engaging in dream fantasies inspired by the consumption of hallucinogenic mushrooms and I suspect that full appreciation of what Ben Wheatley means to accomplish might r
Since its debut at Sundance in 2013, “In Fear” has garnered poster-worthy praise like “chilling,” “instant classic,” and “one of the best horror movies of the year.” ...
What sets “The Den” apart from the derivative glut of “found footage” horror movies is that “The Den” understands how to make the format an organic character of its own, rather than a
“The Returned” is a uniquely intelligent movie intent on proving that there is still new life to be found in a genre about the dead.
“The Visitor” no longer has to be taken as the serious achievement it was meant to be at inception, and can instead be enjoyed as a wonderfully weird curiosity of nearly epic proportions.
There is no mistaking the throwback vibe of “Invasion of the Body Snatchers” meets “The Thing” that triple threat writer/director/producer Joe Begos wishes to evoke with his debut feature.
“Holy Ghost People” appears to position itself as a psychological thriller in the vein on “Martha Marcy Mae Marlene” when it is really a character study about purposeless people struggling to chan
“Patrick: Evil Awakens” walks in stride with its predecessor while adding a new layer of appeal for audiences accustomed to the increased visual shocks and faster step of 21st century horror.