How to satisfactorily review a film such as The Last Exorcism – a flick whose eventual box office take will rely upon the lack of narrative knowledge an audience experiencing it will possess going in - without expo
“I don’t need eyes to truly see,” says Jessica Alba in a schmaltzy scene from The Eye remake. Well I didn’t need psychic cornea transplants to see how this one would turn out.
When The Abandoned was first announced as one of the titles being put together by the Spanish production house Filmax, it immediately grabbed my interest because of the names involved: Nacho Cerda (director of the infamo
To begin, I’m going to save you all a little time and come right out and say it: If you’re a fan of zombies and action flicks, then stop reading this, skip straight to the link at the bottom of the review and
Our verdict is in on this weekend's zom-rom-com offering from Summit Entertainment, Warm Bodies. Read on to find out whether this is something you'll want to snuggle up to or if it will just leave you cold.
One of the bigger films to debut this year during the 2013 Sundance Film Festival was South Korean director Park Chan-Wook's highly anticipated Stoker, his first foray into English-language filmmaking.
When celebrated horror director Don Coscarelli debuted his much-anticipated film adaptation of Jason Pargin’s praised novel at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year (Sundance John Dies at the End review here
The hills are alive with the sound ... OF MURDER! That’s right, the land of the Van Trapps has landed its first slasher film.
Director Adam Gierasch is a twisted, twisted man. He and his writing partner Jace Anderson have worked with some huge names over the last few years from Tobe Hooper to Dario Argento.