The second of Scream Factory’s Blu-ray releases this week (the other being The Town That Dreaded Sundown [review here]), The Burning hails from the early 80s, just as the glut of post-Halloween/F13th slasher flicks
‘The ball’, a near afterthought of the original Phantasm, came screaming back into theaters in 1988 and writer/director Don Coscarelli found himself armed with a bigger budget and some professional actors mix
This was the first movie I saw at this year's Texas Frightmare Weekend. I was tired from a long day wandering the con, but I was absolutely ready for a good time.
The world encapsulated in James DeMonaco’s The Purge is a frightening one.
If Frankenstein’s Army were treated as an event film and there was actually a market for it, a first-person shooter game would exist featuring the marvelous zombot monstrosities as they lumbered and click-clacked t
Israeli filmmakers Aharon Keshales and Navot Papushado, who also brought you the stellar psycho-killer entry Rabies a few years ago, return with a more mature film that’s meticul
I totally have to admit that I dismissed Stitches outright just based on how the premise sounded on paper and its silly cover art but was proved completely wrong once I gave the film a chance.
Separation opens with an absolutely innocent shot of a young girl riding a bicycle. It isn't until later in the film that we learn exactly what we were watching. And that is exactly what Separation is all about.
Writer Simon Barrett and director Adam Wingard proved that they are horror filmmakers that deliver with their film A Horrible Way to Die, which premiered at the Toronto International F