It seems strange to call something “post-modern horror” but John Dies At The End may be the first of it’s kind.
Shock Till You Drop
John Carpenter gave you a very good reason to fear Halloween night. He placed an undistinguished face on a knife-wielding stalker who prowled archetypal small town USA neighborhoods and destroyed their idyllic safety.
Marketed as one of the most brutal and disturbing horror films ever made, Martyrs has a lot to live up to.
Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters is a strange creature. By all rights, this movie seems like it should have gone straight-to-DVD.
Blood Creek is a brutal, blood-gushing, imperfect gorefest that actually has some originality to it if you can get past the batshit crazy subjects of satanic Nazi occultists, Viking runestones, undead horse posses
Now this is a real storage war. While they might seem rather mundane, a storage facility is a great place to set a horror movie. The long, narrow and, empty corridors can be freaky under the right circumstances.
The Thompsons, previously known to audiences as The Hamiltons, are on the run and thirsty for blood. The law is on their trail, due to a botched attempt at filling up their gas tank. They run. They drink blood.
MINOR SPOILERS: If you haven't seen the original John Carpenter movie of the same name, we discuss some of the connections between the two movies as well as the nature of the alien antagonist.
The premise behind Almodovar's latest foray into arthouse genre involves elements that may have felt quite at home in one of Cronenberg's early movies, making it feel a lot like a B-horror movie only using the sa