After a nearly year long attempt to rent (or even find) the original version of Funny Games, I decided to make an exception for my “watch the original fir
Horror Movie a Day
Ever since I saw the teaser at Comic Con, I have been on board with Platinum Dunes' Friday the 13th remake.
When HMAD started, I was very spoiler-heavy with my reviews, often blowing the twist in the first paragraph.
A couple weeks ago, I was asked if I would like to interview Amber Heard for The Stepfather. I asked if I could see the movie first, and they said no.
I got a chance to catch the opening disaster sequence (the premonition one, which is always more fun than the real one) of Final Destination 5 at Comic Con, and
On a technical level with regards to its slasher elements, Entrance is a pretty great flick.
I was on the fence about sticking around for Dream Home (Cantonese: Wai dor lei ah yut ho), since it was late and I'd have to read the subtitles (in other words, I might as well have brought in a pillow).
In a way, the genre tagging that I do is a bit of a disservice to some films.
On several occasions I have found myself wondering why there weren’t any horror films that centered on a rather bizarre sexual act.