An interesting thing happened while I was viewing Compliance.
With its sunny daylight ranch exteriors and sparse, sickly yellow interiors, Jennifer Lynch's Chained is not playing subtle at being a domestic dysfunction drama.
(Fantasia has wrapped up for 2012. And real life takes over pretty quick when you return from a festival.
There has not been a particular resurgence in Australian horror recently, but the Cairnes brothers, the directors of this fun and hackneyed film seem to be aware of this.
From the director of the historical action drama May 18 and the writer of Tidal Wave (Haeundae) and Sex is Zero comes Korea's latest special effects extravaganz
Out of all the screeners this is the only one that came unfinished. Which has its advantages and disadvantages. Advantage. From a reviewer standpoint you appreciate how much difference sound makes for a film.
Director Griff Furst is on roll. He's on pace for one SyFy Original per year now having blessed us with Lake Placid 3 then Swamp Shark. This year he bestows upon us Arachnoquake.
Weird coincidence. Character actor Bruce Davison starred and even directed some episodes of the Harry and the Hendersons TV show in the early 90s.
I'll say right now that I am no connoisseur of the horror/thriller genre.
Four Score and one hundred and seventy million dollars ago, our studio moguls brought forth on this pop culture a new movie, conceived in literature, and dedicated to the preposterousness that Abe Lincoln be re-created t