Mutants is one of latest batch of French horror films that fell prey to the hype. It's not a bad film, by far, but it simply cannot stand up to the high standards that have been set by some of its predecessors.
Montreal held the world premiere of Andreas Schaap’s Must Love Death, which is quite a good fit for the Fantasia audience. Unfortunately, I didn’t like it at all. Not one bit.
"Morituris", directed by Raffaele Picchio, will always be remembered as the first slasher film to cast a crew of gladiators to do its choppings.
The following statement is true but it might be hard to believe.
Filip Tegstedt's Marianne stretches the definition of a horror movie by quite some way; there's only one recurring supernatural element and it's left very much open to interpretation as to whether the
Shoegazer science fiction. Lo-fi sc-fi. Minimalist alien invasion flick.
Modus Anomali is a confounding, mystifying experience that initially feels like a minimalist exercise, an identity crisis both for the lead character and the filmmaker.
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.