In 2009’s THE COLLECTOR, directed by Marcus Dunstan from a screenplay he wrote with Patrick Melton, we were introduced to Arkin (Josh Stewart), a comparatively innocent thief attempting to burglarize a house.
INTRUDERS is going to frustrate a lot of people. It’s as stylish and well-produced as any Hollywood thriller, and with a conventional story, it probably could have made a satisfying movie.
If it’s true, as many have said, that the current trend of home-invasion movies reflects society’s unease over the potential of foreign attack, REPLICAS also suggests that we can’t trust the people down
HOUSE AT THE END OF THE STREET is one of those movies that seems to have been written backwards—it plays like its creators came up with their Big Plot Twist first, then struggled to fill the hour beforehand.
The second “Run With Us” (the unmistakably ’80s, completely inspiring theme song from the Canadian cartoon THE RACCOONS) blasts over the end credits of HOBO WITH A SHOTGUN, it’s an incredible and
Anyone who knows anything about horror movies knows one thing: Vampires are cool.
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,