Though I still have not seen Shrooms, Breathnach’s first film, I had some high hopes going into Red Mist that it could rise above the usual direct-to-DVD drivel and really
Although Martyrs will undoubtedly be compared to Inside in terms of its intensity, the film is a bastard unto itself that manages to surpass its comparisons on all levels.
A Megalodon shark and a giant octopus were frozen in mid-combat back during the Ice Age.
This year’s Film4 Frightfest played host to the World Premiere of Christopher Smith’s highly anticipated new film, Triangle.
If Death Race 2 proves anything, it's that director Roel Reiné is not the one who shits on the sidewalk. And how did he do that, you ask?
Now this is an 80’s movie if I’ve ever seen one. Dancing, nudity, skateboarding, and lots and lots of blood.
The review for Tommy Wirkola's Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters is finally here. But wait... that's not all!
On my 2007 best of list The Mist was my pick for horror film of the year, and you know what? I haven't seen anything else in 2008 that has topped it and probably won't. To me this experience is near flawless.
Lionsgate earned no small amount of ire from horror fans last year when it unceremoniously ditched Midnight Meat Train in tiny 'dollar' theaters rather than giving it a full th
Universal Soldier: Day of Reckoning has either got to be the worst movie David Cronenberg never made or the greatest movie Albert Pyun never made.