John Lussenhop's Texas Chainsaw 3D opens with what are undeniably its best moments: the film's title credits, juxtaposed over a highlight reel of Tobe Hooper's 1974 original, stunningly post-converted into phenomenal 3D.
Right out of the gate here, I'm going to commit one of the capital sins of criticism. I am going to review the film I wanted rather than the film that director Neill Blomkamp delivered.
Intruders is a rare little bird. It's a 'big-budget' horror flick directed by someone who dares to put his own style forward.
The sense of dread and terror first time director Jeremy Power Regimbal sets in the opening moments of Replicas is potent, and remains so, until that creeping, crawling something-is-a-miss turns into out an
Human Centipede 2: Full Sequence is everything that the first film wasn't. It is graphic, it is dark, and it is at times hard to watch. It is also a very interesting take on fandom, and a re
Whether we wanted it or not, we were always going to get another Hostel movie.
As is the case with many a generic horror flick, you quickly realise at the start of High Lane (or Vertige, its original French title) that there's fun to be had guessing which of the universally
Every now and then you're thrown a choice plum, even though sometimes it's dripping in blood!!
Welcome to Scumtown. The graffiti runs riotous along the buildings and storefronts, and the crime even moreso.