Before the screening of Come Out and Play here at Fantastic Fest in Austin, we were privy to a bizarre introduction by the film’s writer/director Makinov.
At the start of Cold Sweat (or Sudor Fríos for the purists), we learn through a montage of disturbing images that back in the 1970s a group of Argentine rebels stole twenty-five
As far as debut feature films go, director Josh Trank has set the bar incredibly high with his efforts on Chronicle, which crash lands in theaters this weekend like a breath of fresh a
Every day we're besieged by a series of usually mundane choices. What do I want to eat for breakfast? Should I wear the white shirt or the black shirt?
Another day at Sundance brings us V/H/S from The Collective and Bloody Disgusting.
When I popped in my screener of Wrong Turn 4: Bloody Beginnings, I was prepared for the worst. After the abysmal Wrong Turn 3: Left for Dead, which was also directed by Declan O’Brien, how could I not?
It has taken three movies for Uwe Boll’s BloodRayne franchise to finally catch up to where the BloodRayne video games started out in the first place: Nazi Germany.
Man, it’s been a long time coming for this one. Last year about this time I got the chance to visit the set of Joe Lynch’s directorial debut (read about it here) and what I saw impressed the hell out of me.
Finally the prequel/sequel to the way above average 2004 slasher film Malevolence is here, and in it we take a look back at serial killer Martin Bristol.