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.
LOST BOYS: THE THIRST (now on DVD and Blu-ray from Warner) begins five years after Alan Frog (Jamison Newlander) was bitten during an assault on a Washington, D.C. vampire coven.
It’s not strictly a horror film, but it’s unlikely that any movie will come along this year to match the gut-wrenching intensity of the Australian indie THE HORSEMAN (hitting special-edition DVD and Blu-ray J
Starting with DEAD OF NIGHT way back in 1945, British filmmakers have been at the forefront of the horror-anthology movement; heck, they saw the screen possibilities in America’s EC comics a couple of decades befor
In response to our own Bekah McKendry’s positive review of the already controversial THE DIVIDE, this writer has opted to offer a different, less enthusiastic perspective.
Not since THE RING have I approached a remake with as much trepidation as I did LET ME IN.
THE DEVIL’S ROCK, a so-so supernatural flick from New Zealand, doesn’t feel fresh so much as uncommon.