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'
Shock Till You Drop
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.
Throw a few discarded ideas into a blender and select "chop" to make a sloppy and chunky concoction and you've got Saw 3D, the seventh and supposedly final chapter in the 21st century's first lon
While working on a research project, a group of high school students discover dark secrets behind a grisly set of murders in the town’s past.
Experimental visuals and fragile coherence give way to a more polished, straightforward, fast-paced film better suited for mass audiences.
There are a few original ideas in this new spin on the serial killer thriller, but they tend to get bogged down in a plot that's slow, convoluted and even more schizophrenic than Mr. Brooks himself.
If you choose to marry someone, to theoretically spend the rest of your life with them, and they have a history of drug abuse and institutionalization, you really can’t be all that surprised if they begin to engage
Twenty years of waiting and the best Warner Premiere can do to shine a cult property is exhume the cinematic equivalent of Grandpa Munster.