This is where Hannibal Lecter dies. His "beginning" marks the inevitable end to our waning fascination with pop culture's sophisticated flesh-eater.
Shock Till You Drop
It's been five years since the last movie in the "Halloween" franchise and with next year being the 30th Anniversary of the original John Carpenter movie, surely it's more than fair game for a remake, r
Ghost Rider is brought to us by director Mark Steven Johnson who is responsible for such "classics" as Jack Frost (1998).
What's interesting about "Flight" is that, beyond the initial premise, it takes most of its cues not from "Snakes On A Plane", but from the disaster film genre.
"Unwatchable" is not a term I throw around often but Five Across the Eyes is a project that warrants it. Notice I did not say film, since this is more akin to a 90-minute YouTube video.
To say that Fertile Ground very heavily channels Dan Curtisâ€™ Burnt Offerings and Stanley Kubrickâ€™s The Shining - and therefore the books by Robert Marasco and Stephen King t
Feast 2 is a sequel completely unhinged. Ga-ga blitz-o gonzo filmmaking that's raw and uncensored.
I'm one of the few "Masters of Horror" viewers last year that didn't particularly enjoy "The Black Cat" as much as everyone else.
After watching the directorial debut of actor Thomas Jane (The Punisher, The Mist, the new HBO series Hung), I wouldn't say that he should stick to acting from now on but rather that the next tim
Being from New Zealand, filmmaker Jonathan King was probably intimately familiar with the wooly terrors hinted at in the title of his comedic horror film "Black Sheep" - and if that very expression makes you sn