Rushed into its release slot today after Sony’s next-to-last-minute bumping of CARRIE to the Halloween season, THE CALL, which only began filming late last summer, feels neither rushed nor like a throwaway substitu
Love him or loathe him, there’s no denying that Rob Zombie made a major impact on screen terror since transitioning into directing.
While not exactly the type of film where one ends up asking themselves just who the title refers to (that line is drawn pretty clearly), there is a unifying trait in the entire ensemble of Mitchell Altieri’s thrill
KISS OF THE DAMNED will most often be referred to as throwback.
While there’s nary a viral video to be found in CHEAP THRILLS, the film is imbued with the culture of now (maybe always) and the fact that despite pleas for peace, we as humans enjoy seeing each other embarrassed d
ALL THE BOYS LOVE MANDY LANE rode a tidal wave of praise after its debut at the Toronto Film Festival several years ago (though it remains commercially unreleased in America).
The ads for SAW 3D depicting Jigsaw as a giant construction project are more accurate than the marketers probably know.
John Cusack (also in THE PAPERBOY, one of my favorite films of the year) and Jennifer Carpenter (ever the scene-stealer in Showtime’s DEXTER) star in THE FACTORY, a semi-horror movie made under producer Joel Silver
THE LAST EXORCISM PART II is the second contradictorily titled sequel to come out in as many months, after THE HAUNTING IN CONNECTICUT II: GHOSTS OF GEORGIA.