"Guily pleasure" B-Movie master Renny Harlin takes another dip into the horror genre with The Dyatlov Pass Incident (retitled Devil's Pass for US audiences), and winds up delivering a thoroughly intriguing
Luke Evans takes the lead here as Driver, an unassuming everyman on a cross-country relocation with his partner Betty (Ramsay) and trailer in tow.
Unfortunately, as a result of the remake’s mild success, a distasteful attempt at a cash grab has aimed to unexpectedly turn I Spit on Your Grave into a sick and twisted film franchise, and the 2013 sequel will mak
Last week, The Conjuring did well to remind us that, in America at least, it’s usually Dutch Colonial homes that have the most haunt per square foot.
While enduring the madness of the San Diego Comic-Con (for better and worse), we managed to squeeze in a bit of time to take in a screening of The World's End. Why? Because the gods demanded it, damn it!
Four segments means four directors (lest we forget Min Kyu-dong’s wrap-around - the aptly named “Horror Stories”), all of whom are fairly early on in their careers.
Dark Horse Comics has had a fairly successful history of translating their pulp properties into feature films, with some being good to great (The Mask, Hellboy, Sin City, 300) and others falling into the mediocre to abys
In under a decade, social media networks have gone from casual time wasters in our spare time to daily life-altering investments that adhere to the vanity of the status quo.
Growing up in the Seventies, my first introduction to true movie magic came from watching Godzilla flicks with my mom.