Suzanne Collins' Hunger Games trilogy is a great read if you're into that sort of thing (reading), and it's shrewdly constructed.
Odd Thomas is a film that thinks it's aimed at geeks, a target market who would enjoy a film that wants to be The Frighteners via way of Edgar Wright. Heck, I would enjoy that film.
It would be easy to say that this film is full of unrealized potential and that is a difficulty I am having. Because what I am doing is allowing my own expectations to rule judgement over Cravit's film.
You may think to yourself "can an entire film play out within the confines of a workplace bathroom and not be some vain attempt by an indie filmmaker to show how cool they are?" More so, can an entire zombie fi
It's been 37 years since Brian De Palma turned Stephen King's first published novel, Carrie, into a bloody camp classic, more than enough time for the idea of a remake to become palatable (not to mention financia
Time is a fluid thing in the atmospheric Haunter, but it's set mainly in 1985. It's the day before Lisa's 16th birthday. It has been for a while.
Mandy Lane is the object of every young man's desire at her school. She's a desirable creature, made all the more desirable by her inclination to lead a pure lifestyle and abstain from common teenage vices.
Plucking disparate elements from the air and planting them in a slowly-burning field of Southern horror tropes, Cassadaga eventually reveals itself to be more of a mystery drama than any kind of suspense or horror piece.