Blackfish is the latest documentary from Gabriela Cowperthwaite. It chronicles a series of injuries and deaths at SeaWorld theme parks by their captive orca whales.
Like Nacho Cerda's Aftermath, Pascal Laugier's Martyrs is destined to acheive instant notoriety worldwide thanks to its unflinching, shockingly realistic depiction of some truly unsavory behavior.
Triangle is a tightly wound, tense thriller that keeps you guessing and manages to make the bizarre scenario in which it unfolds plausible through solid acting and clever pacing.
When watching Pieces, you get the impression that no one on screen realized what kind of film they were starring in. Everyone plays their role completely straight, and the film works as a horror/comed
The Deep South can be a very strange place for outsiders.
After lampooning Quentin Tarantino and resurrecting Nazi zombies, Norwegian writer-director Tommy Wirkola finally gets to unveil his English language debut.
Though perhaps not the very most consistent of films, V/H/S set a high bar for found footage anthology chillers. Only one year later and the team that brought us that film is back with the follow-up, S-VHS.
The horror genre is already oversaturated, still it is possible to deliver films that feel fresh and novel within the rather narrow confines of the genre. Outcast goes a long way to being such a film.