Despite its age Wes Craven's 1972 shocker The Last House on the Left remains one of the hardest movies in our genre to sit through.
I suspect if it wasn’t for Rare Exports – a new modern classic as far as I’m concerned – coming along this past Christmas setting the bar so high, there’s a good chance I may have enjoyed Si
I must admit upfront that I'm not a huge fan of the original Lake Placid.
Entitled La Casa Muda in its native Spanish, Gustavo Hernandez’s The Silent House chronicles the nerve-wracking tale of Laura (Colucci) and her father (Alonso), who are hi
It's kind of unfortunate that Dimension Films has taken the approach of burying Scott Stewart's latest directorial effort because as a whole Dark Skies isn't half bad.
When you hear a title like Spiders 3D, it immediately conjures up images of old B-movies where the premise is “something small becomes big and attacks.” Veteran director Tibor Takács doesn’t necessarily
In 2004 director James Wan and writer Leigh Whannell introduced the world to their surprise indie hit Saw, which unexpectedly launched a new wave of horror films and has also managed t
OK. Where to begin? In the case of this Lindsay Lohan vehicle, I'm just perplexed. Not by the muddled storyline, or the bad acting.
Being a child of the Midwest, I am a sucker for horror in corn fields. Children of the Corn?