Just when I think I'm officially done with Asian horror movies, along comes another film that reels me back in. Next up on the import pallet?
A case study in fear could be used in a positive way.
When Sam Raimi announced that he’d finally be directing another horror film, the skeptics came out in full force. I was one of them.
Detention is a film I heard little about plot-wise before watching it, but I did know that it is rather divisive - people seem to either really like it or flat out hate it - and I can
I must say that lately overseas horror has been collectively kicking American horror’s ass in terms of keeping the genre fresh.
Halle Berry starring in a thriller about a shark diving expedition gone wrong from the director of Blue Crush and Into the Blue.
Since the dead first started shambling their way to stardom in the 1968 George A.
German director Andy Fetscher takes the backwoods horror genre underground with the seriously bleak Urban Explorer.
After giving fans a Kate Beckinsale-less prequel with 2009's Underworld: Rise of the Lycans, Selene is back and better than ever for Underworld: Awakening, which has the Death Dealer fighting against both Lycans and