Truth be told, this is quite a difficult review to write, because despite great little moments, HATCHET II is not very good—and moreover, it’s a disappointment.
If you’ve seen Jaume Balagueró and Paco Plaza’s [REC], you no doubt remember “the Medeiros girl.” (And if you haven’t seen it, stop reading, run out and get a copy of the movie and watch it,
It’s surprising to realize how much of the iconic Tim Burton’s career has been spent shepherding established properties to his own unique universe.
On paper, the FINAL DESTINATION series should be the gorehound’s best friend: Character and plot are scaled back in order to concentrate on what really matters—setpieces featuring the messiest deaths imaginab
One of the joys of this year’s Fantasia film festival in Montreal has been seeing all the evidence of how successfully mutable the horror genre can be.
They say that a good horror film is all in the buildup, and ENTRANCE puts that idea to the ultimate test, in that the vast majority of it is buildup.
It’s not uncommon for studios and distributors, fearing the wrath of critics, to refrain from screening horror movies in advance; APOLLO 18 and SHARK NIGHT 3D went that route just this past month.
For anyone who’s ever said they’d kill for the right place to live, your horror heroine has arrived.