Godzilla, that towering creature that embodied nuclear fears before becoming a kiddie icon, has resurfaced in an all-new American production (we keep trying until we get it right) that manages to defy the excess of usua
shock till you drop
Louder is not better was a sentiment I used to describe The Woman in Black, Hammer Films’ horror hit that was rife with cheap scare gags and sudden bursts of shrill sound FX to rattle the audience.
This upcoming summer and fall is huge for Scream Factory, so I sat down with Cliff MacMillan and Jeff Nelson to preview what's to come and to give you a better insight as to how the company works.
Often, when waiting for more than a couple of years for a sequel, we feel let down. It either fails to recapture the energy of the original or the story is a lazy retread. Sad, but true.
Stage Fright goes for it enthusiastically and with bloody reverence for the slasher genre. That’s right, this is a slasher musical that, in equal measures, goes for the laughs and goes for the throat.
There are a few great films that use voiceover narration, but in most cases it is unnecessary and ultimately a little lazy.
Alexandre Bustillo and Julian Maury – the duo who delivered the gut-punch that is Inside and the atmospheric Livid – make an exciting, vicious return with a film that channels the magic of child adventure-dri
If there is one thing to be learned from In Fear, it is always check out the reviews of a hotel before booking a room.