Well into The Devil Inside, the latest “found footage” exorcism film to hit the screen, the camera is turned on the documentarian filmmaker responsible for all of the footage we’ve been watching.
Shock Till You Drop
Silent Night, Deadly Night was a totally unhinged movie - wrong on many levels, often hilarious, often pitch black in its tonal direction and unabashedly sadistic.
Someone has been ingesting quite a bit of Richard Kelly and Stephen King, namely, the latter's "The Tommyknockers" and "Dreamcatcher." The Corridor, a thriller blending sci-fi and horror elements,
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.
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.