During my formative years as a horror fan, there was a time when I would sneak down to the family living room, turn on USA's Up All Night and watch some low-rent horror film that managed to get by amateur acting, a c
Shock Till You Drop
No one really asked for a remake to Patrick. The original is not exactly what you might call a "recognizable" title (one of the many reasons companies remake films: familiarity and recognition).
There's a lot to like about Riddick, the third film in the sci-fi/creature-heavy series.
Remember when director Renny Harlin was pretty awesome?
Bobcat Goldthwait has proven to be a remarkable director on the feature film scene with titles like World's Greatest Dad and God Bless America.
Twixt is a movie I had to watch twice before I felt comfortable enough to actually review the movie. It’s a strange film, capturing themes similar to Twin Peaks and a handful of Stephen King adaptations.
Social media sites are a great way to connect with friends and family and to exchange ideas and share experiences, but they also open the door to creepers, identity theft, moreover, an utter lack of privacy.
Black Rock is the sum of all the horror movie tropes about women combined with a slick production guised as a female empowerment flick that unfortunately is short on good writing or ideas.
The Complex comes to us from Hideo Nakata, the man who gave us Ringu, yet also went on to deliver The Ring Two and Chatroom.