I almost skipped Absentia, having not slept at all the night before (sans some dozing at the all nighter) and already having two valid movies to review for HMAD
Horror Movie a Day
So far, I have gotten at least some enjoyment out of every Platinum Dunes production.
After Frozen came out and got some great reviews (which would have translated into biggish box office if Anchor Bay put it out on more than a few dozen screens), we started seeing a few survival movies pop up or at least
The first Silent Hill was and remains one of the best video game adaptations (not so hard) and one of 2006's stronger horror films (slightly harder, that was a damn good year), but it had a major hurdle: it was damn
I'm sure I've mentioned it before, but it bears repeating since I like to embarrass myself: I am afraid of fish.
In my review of Who Can Kill A Child?, I theorized that the film would never be remade, since a. it was relatively obscure (most remakes are only made because of their name value) and b.
I don't get to read much, but honestly I wish I could just write "Just go see John Dies At The End" for a review so I'd have that much more time on my hands to read the source novel by David Wong.
I'm not exactly sure who the audience is for the Lake Placid movies; they're not very good followups to a not very successful original, and despite their sequel nature, in reality they're just as anonymous as
OCTOBER 27, 2012GENRE: SUPERNATURAL, VIDEO GAME SOURCE: THEATRICAL (REGULAR SCREENING)The first Silent Hill was and remains one of the best video game adaptations (not so hard) and one of 2006's stronger horror films (slig