A pleasant young couple settles into a new house, only to discover that each passing night brings new bumps, creaks, and eerie visions, and then... Hey, wake up!
Suffice to say that Todd Lincoln’s MORE
Astute horror scholars will no doubt recall (with no small sense of affection) the truly absurd sub-sub-genre known as "Elevator Horror." There's the 1983 relic known as The Lift, from Dick Maas, who MORE
There is dumb, there is inept, and there is absurd. I'm not sure what adjective you would use if you wanted to smash those three words together, but it would be a fitting super-descriptor with which to describe MORE