I, Frankenstein is the worst theatrically released film I have seen in three years.
Pack your bags, folks, because this one’s a trip. The Demon’s Rook is here to whisk you away to the Dark Womb and then split your soul wide open.
Witnessing a man’s descent into madness would be terrifying enough. Seeing it play out within the plastic confines of Walt Disney World is an absolute nightmare.
Outpost: Black Sun is a horror movie released earlier this year about Nazi zombies.
Everything that was great about the 1982 version (it was a small, claustrophobic film with strong characters and awesome special effects) is ignored in this 2011 crap that’s nothing more th
I once saw a move called The Raven
Directed by McTeigue, Not Craven
I thought it would be like Sherlock
But they totally went goth rock
Between Dracula’s publication in 1897 and his death in 1912, Bram Stoker had several other supernatural successes, including The Jewel of Seven Stars.