Published in 1977, "The Amityville Horror" by Jay Anson took the country by storm.
Shock Till You Drop
Alex Mathis (Greg Grunberg) is a big ass exterminator; he’s good at his job, but he also wants more than he has. He just can’t figure out quite how to get it.
Somewhere up in the hills is a group of true believers - believers in God and sin testing themselves to show their purity. Old fashioned snake handlers, with no love or tolerance for the outside world.
The success of the low budget V/H/S last year proved that the found footage horror genre is a great way to do a horror anthology, with the style itself linking vignettes together in a way that doesn'
My, we've seen this one before.
We've all heard the story before. There's a cabin in the woods, off the beaten path. It's alone and isolated - the perfect place for some kids looking to get away from it all.
Throw a few discarded ideas into a blender and select "chop" to make a sloppy and chunky concoction and you've got Saw 3D, the seventh and supposedly final chapter in the 21st century's first lon
While working on a research project, a group of high school students discover dark secrets behind a grisly set of murders in the town’s past.
Experimental visuals and fragile coherence give way to a more polished, straightforward, fast-paced film better suited for mass audiences.