t doesn’t happen every day at school. One of the students has bitten his teacher in a ferocious and bloody attack. Three young friends, led by Chris (Garret Jones), embark on a road trip for a concert in town.
Four vignettes brought together recount gruesome, horrifying and hilarious tales of horror in this anthology that harkens the days of horror serials like Tales of the Crypt.
Let's get this out of the way right off the bat: We Are What We Are is not a remake.
If David Lynch and David Cronenberg teamed up with Werner Herzog early in their careers and made a movie together, it would have been Calvin Reeder's The Rambler.
A sweet yet innocuous romance steeped in both Shakespearean motifs and shoegazing tropes, the saving grace of Warm Bodies (AKA 'the emo zombie film') is that it's quite charming, never completely falling into a farcical ta
The International Film Festival Rotterdam is no longer the go-to event in The Netherlands when it concerns genre films from Asia.
This is the kind of film where "tripping over your own legs" doesn't necessarily mean they're still attached...
TRT marks the directorial debut of Mark Dougherty who cut his teeth co-writing the scripts for X2 and Superman Returns.
Every town has its legend, every child has heard stories of monsters living in their own back yards, of hidden deviance and violence lying just below the surface of polite society. They're stories we all hear b