I have come to find as of late that films directed by non-genre filmmakers are often scarier than those made by seasoned genre veterans. Not to say that horror directors have lost their touch, but I think there MORE
The Lodger was born in 1913, as a novel by an English woman named Marie Belloc. At the time, it must have seemed a bit more timely ... and a lot more original. Since 1913, the story has been turned into a film MORE
Five young mountain climbers find that they have a lot more than the elevation to worry about when a pair of vicious killers mark them for extermination...
What's that? You've seen this movie before? MORE
It takes a lot of effort to make any kind of worthwhile indie horror film, but one cannot help but think it takes extra effort, plus a lot of focus and determination, to make a calm, quiet, sedate, and exceedingly MORE