I watch a lot of movies. In my opinion, nothing beats sitting down, whether it be in a theater or at home, and getting lost in something someone cooked up in their head and put to film.
Icons Of Fright
Sequels can really be iffy to me.
It was a dark and stormy night. Hurricane Nicole was dumping her leftovers across the Eastern seaboard.
This comedy takes on a completely original approach to a funny zombie flick!
I think it’s fair to say that most horror fans are always on the prowl for that perfect, horrific, movie-going experience: bloody, but not dumb; uncompromising, but not “artsy-fartsy”; scary, but
I'm trying to write this review, and it's late at night and on the TV across the room is “Coal Miner's Daughter”, which like much of “Wrong Turn 2” takes place in the mountains, but it
When I started watching ABSENTIA, I had no idea what to expect.
Gimmick movies are definitely a hit or miss for me.
What happens when you put Home Alone, A History of Violence, Rambo and the home invasion genre into a blender and hit frappe? You get The Aggression Scale.