If you ever find yourself kidnapped by a serial killer intent on impregnating you and starting a family, you better hope that the cop on the case to find you isn’t John Cusack because he will suck at doing so.
Shock Till You Drop
The Haunting in Connecticut 2: Ghosts of Georgia. Straight from the title card, this movie is a mess.
Upon first glance, you might look at Warm Bodies and think, "Ugh. Another zombie movie?" And under most circumstances, you'd be right. The zombie fad may be near its end.
When I initially heard about The Lodger, I was excited. Boasting a good cast and intriguing premise, it sounded like a genre project worth paying attention to.
A witch, the Jersey Devil, a serial killer who strives to be a legend, a city-stomping behemoth of unknown origin, aliens and a haunted house.
Nearly five years ago, Chinese filmmaking siblings Danny and Oxide Pang produced their ghostly masterpiece "The Eye" just in time to capitalize on the boom surrounding the remake of the Japanese horror film &qu
It seems strange to call something “post-modern horror” but John Dies At The End may be the first of it’s kind.
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.