In all honesty, I sat down to watch Jennifer's Body with all the joy of someone sitting down to dine on a bowlful of cold barf.
Shock Till You Drop
No appendage is left intact, everyone has a price on their head and writer-director Eli Roth explores his feminine side in Hostel: Part II, the follow-up to 2006's box office hit that opened the year in horror
To fully demonstrate just how low the cinematic world of Hellraiser has gone (yes, lower than Hellraiser: Hellworld), there's a scene in Hellraiser: Revelations in which a young woman named Emma
The original film tells the tale of Victor Crowley, a hideously disfigured character who was accidentally killed after a Halloween prank gone wrong, who comes back to life to terrorize a group of ghost seeking tourists e
ears after being merged with the demon Zarathos in a deal with the Devil, Johnny Blaze (Nicolas Cage) is trying to lose himself in Eastern Europe when he encounters a gypsy named Nadya (Violante Placido) and her young so
When Sean Cunningham directed a little slasher film in 1980 called Friday the 13th, he ignited a blood-drenched phenomenon that pervaded pop culture and, through eleven films, introduced audiences to Jason Voorhee
I know it's a physical impossibility to kick a movie in the balls but I'd really like to do that to the remake of The Stepfather - preferably while wearing steel-toed boots.
Nods to classic horror monsters, amazing animation, and a return to old school Tim Burton form make Frankenweenie a lot of fun, but a largely spoiled plot and a bland lead character keep the film from re
Suzy ambles through life, navigating a very mundane existence. Her routine goes something like this: Get out of bed, practice complacent stare, get ready, go to work, come home, repeat.