What is very likely the most seriously toned of the films in the Midnight Madness line-up this year Isolation stills envokes shrlls of fear and delight.
Though it breaks down some in a final act sees the tightly wound story seemingly split into a pair of competing films - one an 80s style horror comedy, one a more 70s influenced deadly serious take on the subject m
I have always wondered why I loved the original film. To me it was always a case of revenge. A huge payback for what happened to the young Michael Myers.
The cat-and-mouse scenario is skillfully reinterpreted in Fracture by the effective pairing of Anthony Hopkins as Ted Crawford—a st
Yourgos Noussias' Evil is one hundred percent a crowd film.
Just how intense is The Woman? As with any story adapted or inspired by a Jack Ketchum novel, the synopsis alone provides plenty of opportunity for abhorrent and shocking material.
The year is 2019 and a plague has swept throughout the world turning most of the population into vampires. With the scales tipped on favor of the vampires they not hunt down humans and harvest them for blood.
John Landis' Burke & Hare is one of those films where having watched it, you feel compelled to continually check you did, in fact, enjoy yourself.
If you're a director searching for a low-cost solution to filmmaking, what could be better than limiting your film to one actor and one location?