Told with efficiency and a level of intimacy that’s genuinely unsettling at times, Leigh Janiak’s debut, Honeymoon, explores some familiar territory but manages to stay grounded in a personal love story inste
Zombies have taken over our society. No, not in the end of the world apocalypse type of way, but in the they're everywhere you turn type of way.
Like it or not, the zombie movie, which is only slightly more well-received than found footage at this point, is here to stay.
“That’s the name the gargoyle queen gave me.”
Actual dialogue, folks.
Perhaps the sole bright spot in the otherwise disappointing recent horror anthology V/H/S was “10/31/98”, the concluding segment of that film that featured some truly horrific moments and wonderful effects wo
A few years ago, Xavier Gens gave us Frontiere(s), the Texas Chainsaw Massacre-inspired torture flick that followed a group of criminals fleeing Parisian riots, only to wind up at a hotel run by cannibalistic neo-Nazis.
Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones is no spin-off. It's not a side story that ignores the previous films to go in its own direction. Not at all. This is 110% canon.
Exploitation films are an odd beast, so it’s really no surprise that Drafthouse Films, known for digging through history and finding the best and weirdest films of the past and giving them their due, picked up Abel
Oldboy screenwriter Mark Protosevich has endured a long, winding road with this project, which was initially going to be helmed by filmmaking giant Steven Spielberg with superstar Will “Blockbuster” Smith set