Here we are in Remake County again, population: crappy.
Well, that's not entirely fair, is it? I know dozens of horror fans who love remakes. The Thing, The Fly, Invasion of the Body Snatchers, The Texas MORE
There are, of course, many horror films that take the "trapped in one location" gimmick and still manage to deliver it with a half-decent amount of style, creativity, and fun -- or at least a few cheap MORE
The astute fan of indie horror cinema may recall a not-half-bad offering from 2004 called Malevolence. Written and directed by Stevan Mena, it told the story of a bank robbery gone (seriously) awry when the MORE
There are many horror sequels that are A) redundant, B) silly, C) uninspired, and D) all of the above -- but we like some of them anyway. The problem posed to the producers of horror franchises is this: how to MORE