ATTACK THE BLOCK is revelatory, in terms of the talent and poise of its young, mostly unknown cast; in terms of the style and assurance of writer/director Joe Cornish; and most of all, in terms of the idea that an incred
As a man who is so claustrophobic I get panic attacks in a tight shirt, the idea of being trapped in a prison sounds like a living hell of a nightmare wrapped in a miserable experience.
wanted to like this film. While many critics have become tired of the found-footage style of filmmaking, I’ve been a loud supporter, championing the intelligence behind this often overused approach.
Fantasia is well-known as a showcase for the most out-there fare the various genres have to offer, but if there’s been a trend at this year’s edit
A SERBIAN FILM, playing Friday, July 16 and Monday, July 19 at Montreal’s Fantasia film festival as part of the Subversive Serbia series, is one
A LONELY PLACE TO DIE is about a small group of people caught up in a terrifying experience where they don’t know what’s coming next—and that’s the same experience, albeit a much safer one, that a
To answer the most pressing question first: Jackie Earle Haley does succeed in making the Freddy Krueger character his own in the remake of A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET.
Three is a magic number. As we all know, it’s perfect for learning, a la SCHOOLHOUSE ROCK, and the standard for taut, twisty character thrillers, a la KNIFE IN THE WATER and DEAD CALM.
Some of the best horror stems from mining the paranoia of real-life situations.