I make no bones about it... I adored the first Grave Encounters.
Sadly, when most of us think about the horrific crimes and arcane supernatural occurrences that happened in 112 Ocean Avenue in Amityville, New York, swarms of flies, boo scares and gratuitou
At Montreal’s annual Fantasia Film Festival, director Noburu Iguchi is treated like royalty for he always bring guaranteed crowd pleasers for pushing the beloved Tokusatsu genre to farc
Who here hasn’t felt like an outsider from time to time?
I can still recall the first time I saw Silent Hill in the theater. The tone of the movie had me smiling from start to finish.
At the beginning of Anchor Bay’s new thriller 247°F, the possessory credit pops up, reading “A Film By Levan Bakhia and Beqa Jguburia”.
The Wrong Turn franchise is alive, well, and bleeding all over the place, and we have some pretty neat stuff on tap for you gore loving fans. Read on for our verdict, several soundbites and more!
Made for a meager $6,000 culled together from friends and family, Jeremy Gardner’s road movie set against the backdrop of a zombie apocalypse is focused less on the zombies than it is on the relationship between it
Eighteen years ago director Neil Jordan brought forth the film adaptation of Anne Rice’s Interview with the Vampire, and now that the world of vampires has been reduced to sparkling, lovesick fiends with horrible S
The usually hyped-up and rambunctious Midnight Madness crowd at the Toronto International Film Festival fell into an eerily silent, spellbound state as they witnessed the premiere of Rob Zombie’s latest project, The Lords