Much like found footage, the Grindhouse aesthetic has become an easy way to break into the world of horror.
With over a dozen movies based on the real-life “Zodiac Killer” murders of California in the late ‘60s – early ‘70s, it’s shocking that not a single one of the
A film that’s simultaneously humble and ambitious, I had a good time with Big Ass Spider.
Like so many films at SXSW, I walked into Holy Ghost People utterly blind and not knowing at all what to expect.
It’s tough when you can’t fall in love with a movie you admire but, unfortunately, director Vincenzo Natali (the excellent Splice) is unable to bring his usual flair to the heavily un
One of the great benefits of a film festival like SXSW is being able to see movies before you have a chance to pre-visualize them.
Plus One isn’t for everybody. It sets up a unique Project X via Can’t Hardly Wait universe and melds it into an Invasion Of The Body Snatchers shaped mold.
Think you know pain? You don’t know shit. Sylvia Likens knew pain. In 1958 she was locked in the basement of her foster home, and tortured for weeks and weeks, until she was dead.
I’ll be the first to admit that I was no fan of Director Tobe Hooper’s last episode of Masters of Horror.
I know what you’re thinking…THE CRAFT with Gap models…right? We’ll what do you want from a pair of trash filmmakers like Renny Harlin (EXORCIST: THE BEGINNING) and J.S.