If Scream Factory were a person, I’d give them a hug.
The second of Scream Factory’s Blu-ray releases this week (the other being The Town That Dreaded Sundown [review here]), The Burning hails from the early 80s, just as the glut of post-Hallo
‘The ball’, a near afterthought of the original Phantasm, came screaming back into theaters in 1988 and writer/director Don Coscarelli found himself armed with a bigger budget and som
This was the first movie I saw at this year's Texas Frightmare Weekend. I was tired from a long day wandering the con, but I was absolutely ready for a good time.
Cinéma-vérité films have become all the rage lately. In fact some of the best movies I have seen in recent years have implemented this style of filmmaking.
What are you afraid of? Is it the sound of steel blades across metal? A ghostly face on a hulking body in the shadows next door?
Consider this. Vicky, Simon, OJ, Roxy, and Ayesha.
Cheap Thrills is the sadistically comedic directorial debut of longtime screenwriter E.L.
I suspect if it wasn’t for Rare Exports – a new modern classic as far as I’m concerned – coming along this past Christmas setting the bar so high, there’s a good cha
When you hear a title like Spiders 3D, it immediately conjures up images of old B-movies where the premise is “something small becomes big and attacks.” Veteran director Tibor Takács