What’s the month of January without some mindless, CGI nonsense? No one wants his or her film take on the job, but at least it gives I, Frankenstein some purpose.
Shock Till You Drop
A home is a sanctuary. Whether one is single or has a family, the idea that it has been infiltrated by a stranger is terrifying, particularly if said stranger has violent tendencies.
Okay, maybe a “found footage” riff on the Rosemary’s Baby formula wasn’t such a good idea.
We all fantasize. Whether it’s about hooking up with the girl next door or taking down the creep down the street. Sometimes we want to step in and do the right thing or simply do whatever it is we want.
Some movies achieve cult status because they are of high quality and were criminally under seen upon initial release and deserve a much wider audience. Others attain cult status for, well, very different reasons.
This modern adaptation of Carrie is definitely one for "them." It's a beat-for-beat remake of Brian De Palma's 1976 film starring Sissy Space and Piper Laurie, but it's a totally harmless remake.
It’s fun when a movie sneaks up on you, something you either had low expectations for or maybe were not even aware of. It doesn’t happen very often.
Introducing We Are What We Are to an audience at the Milwaukee Film Festival, producer Jack Turner said that when it recently played to 1,500 people at the Deauville Film Festival in France, half of the audience gave it
In 2011, Ben Wheatley wowed horror fans with Kill List, establishing himself as a young director worth keeping an eye on.
However many movies you manage to see this year, you aren’t likely to see anything like A Field in England, the latest from Kill List and Sightseers director Ben Wheatley.