Steven C. Miller’s Silent Night is a movie that both delights and disappoints.
If you’ve done your homework as a horror fan, accepting an invitation to a cabin in the middle of nowhere to catch up with some old friends is probably something you might think about turning down.
Cuba may be still under the thumb of Communism, but when the island nation is besieged by a zombie outbreak, Juan and his friends realize now is a good time for some old fashioned Capitalism.
Jennifer's Body comes loaded with a pretty big freight of expectation.
What is more terrifying? Falling victim to a sadistic doctor with surgical precision or an obsessed mental case that has no idea what he’s doing?
Eli Roth's Hostel took the genre in a startling new direction with its comedic opening and nightmarish final act.
I like to describe the first Hostel as starting out like American Pie only slightly more serious. One of those dramatic "coming of age" movies.
The title of the film says it all here, folks. Premiering at this year’s Sundance Film festival is the ever so bloody Hobo With a Shotgun from Magnet Releasing.
There is no amount of suffering Pinhead and his cenobite army could inflict that can compare with the agony of sitting through Hellraiser: Revelations, a desperate final cash-grab made