Having skipped back into the past for an origin story with 2009’s RISE OF THE LYCANS, the UNDERWORLD franchise returns to the present (or near future, or whenever these flicks are set) with AWAKENING.
Most horror films deal with threats from without—monsters or ghosts or psychos that represent an external danger.
Don’t go to CONTAGION expecting a germophobic shocker full of people undergoing grisly viral meltdowns, or a pulse-pounding thriller about the race for a cure.
On the surface, COME OUT AND PLAY is simply a flat, soulless remake of one of the killer kid greats, WHO CAN KILL A CHILD? Coupled with one-named director Makinov’s bullshit, it’s a joke.
Just the realization of what exactly the “cold sweat” this film’s title refers to, and the consequences it promises, provide plenty of goodwill for Argentinean director Adrian Garcia Bogliano’s ho
After several grisly murder cases in Japan in the ’80s and ’90s were blamed on screen violence, local government officials put pressure on domestic horror filmmakers, leaving the majority of them fearful of s
Found-footage movies tend, by their very nature, to deal with intimate subjects; the form doesn’t easily lend itself to spectacle, which generally requires multiple points of view.
CHOP starts out in familiar territory: Lance (TROMEO & JULIET’s Will Keenan, credited here as Billy Bakshi) finds himself stranded when his car breaks down in a semi-remote location with no cell service and no
From the way it’s being sold, CHOOSE (currently available on-demand from IFC Films) comes off like the latest SAW derivative, but the movie itself proves to be equally indebted to SE7EN.