There have been many—probably way too many—movies made about terrible events within and surrounding the house at 112 Ocean Avenue in Amityville, New York, most purporting to be based to some degree or another
Lit like a Skinemax homage to colorful Eurohorror and Sam Raimi, MEMORY OF THE DEAD ends up an inept, juvenile sub-Tommy Wirkola bit of occult horror that only manages to confirm its filmmakers have—much like you&m
One of the more eye-catching posters on display at Montreal’s current Fantasia festival has been the one-sheet for MARIANNE, the debut feature by Swedis
The V word is mentioned once and early in MIDNIGHT SON, signaling that the movie isn’t trying to be a self-consciously subversive take on the much-traveled subgenre.
The moment is loaded with potential. You’ve seen glimpses in its trailer. A saw—one that is presumably family—rattles against a chain-link fence.
Tom Six is in direct dialogue with his audience, and while the highly anticipated sequel to his veritably vapid cult sensation isn’t perfect by any means, it’s incredibly interesting and exciting to see somet
THE HUMAN CENTIPEDE (FIRST SEQUENCE) is one of the bigger shams to appear on the horror scene in recent years.