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.
Shock Till You Drop
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.
Dead people aren't dead, or at least they’re not taking it lying down. They’re coming back into the world, squeaking through the cracks and trying to keep some semblance of their lives up.
Every once in a while now I'll see a movie and think “This is a movie I wish I could have seen with my Dad.” Not only to recreate that experience of a childhood memory,but because when you see a movie you
We've had a rough year. If you listened to the episode of the Bloodcast that I did with Ryan you know that the horror offerings this year have been mostly subpar in my opinion, with only a few stand outs.
Your parents always told you never to accept rides from strangers; you never know whose car you’re getting into. That is a general truism and one that is exploited quite often in horror cinema.
World War Z isn't the zombie film you wanted, nor is it the balls-to-the-wall zombie film you needed.
One review of Hatcher III laments the fact that so many people die. The critic contends that allowing for more survivors would have been more satisfying.
The Purge imagines an America nine years in the future, where on one night a year, all crime is legal.