In 2011, Ben Wheatley wowed horror fans with Kill List, establishing himself as a young director worth keeping an eye on.
Shock Till You Drop
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.
It has been nine years since a new entry into the Chucky franchise has been made, the last being the nearly unwatchable Seed of Chucky.
Grand Piano shouldn't be this good. But it is. In fact, I found it rather great.
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
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.