Perhaps the most rousing screening of Fantastic Fest 2011 was You're Next, the latest psychocharged collaboration of director Adam Wingard and writer Simon Barrett that was snapped up by Lionsgate fo
Shock Till You Drop
The last time that I checked, The Ward was a total suckfest of a movie so, marketing your next horror release by associating yourself with a failure isn’t exactly a high selling point for audiences.
Many countries have established themselves in the modern horror genre, not the least among them being England, France, and Japan.
Published in 1977, "The Amityville Horror" by Jay Anson took the country by storm.
Alex Mathis (Greg Grunberg) is a big ass exterminator; he’s good at his job, but he also wants more than he has. He just can’t figure out quite how to get it.
Somewhere up in the hills is a group of true believers - believers in God and sin testing themselves to show their purity. Old fashioned snake handlers, with no love or tolerance for the outside world.
The success of the low budget V/H/S last year proved that the found footage horror genre is a great way to do a horror anthology, with the style itself linking vignettes together in a way that doesn'
My, we've seen this one before.
We've all heard the story before. There's a cabin in the woods, off the beaten path. It's alone and isolated - the perfect place for some kids looking to get away from it all.