Reviewed by Scott Weinberg
In one robust 80-minute burst of barely-controlled mayhem, the movie Cloverfield demolishes two generally-accepted beliefs: 1. That we've seen all there is to see from the " MORE
Stop me when this sounds familiar: A snooty young city couple decide to hike into the woods of West Virginia, only to discover...
Yeah, that didn't take very long, did it? Coming in late on the recent MORE
What I find most amusing about "torture porn" flicks like Saw, Hostel, and The Hills Have Eyes is this: The outraged and the intimidated choose to dismiss these films as mindless gore-fests, when in MORE
Monsters, demons, and knife-wielding psychos might make for a suitably creepy movie, but if you really want to be chilled to the bone, just turn on the evening news and witness something really horrifying: The MORE