John Dies at the End is a wonderful irreverent horror movie. The great thing about irreverence is I think you have to have reverence before you can remove it.
What the hell has happened to the world of horror?
With a tagline like “Twilight Meets Tarantino”, it’s okay for your first impression of The Thompsons to be less than charmed.
The days may seem at their darkest, but still, you must not give in to fear. Whether the knife is against your throat, or the rapist is about to enter, you must not give up hope.
When the average critic hears mention of a film taking place on or near a large body of water, they think boats, good times with hoards of people, and serenity.
After entering the horror scene back in 2005 with The Roost, Ti West has been building up his reputation as a master of the slow-burn, finally etching his name into the genre history books with 2
Not to be confused with Lionsgate/Platinum Dunes’ forthcoming The Horsemen, David Harley posted his review of the popular Aissue thriller The Horseman, which has been making festival rounds
Last night Bloody-Disgusting’s Tim Anderson was among the first to see Lionsgate’s The Haunting in Connecticut, which screened at the SXSW Film Festival in Austin, Texas.
The Divide, the latest film by Xavier Gens, opens not with a whimper but a bang as missiles level New York while Eva (Lauren German) watches the famous skyline turn a cloudy orange.
On the Eve of D-Day, two Allied commandos sent to destroy a German gun installation uncover a secret occult lair where the Nazis are hiding a deadly she-demon, whom they plan to use to turn the t