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.
One of the most wonderfully weird films of the Midnighter series at SXSW this year had to be Dennis Iliads' earnest and ambitious Plus One, which uses a lavish and outrageous house party as t
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
Remember Dog Soldiers? It fucking rocked! If you haven't seen it, you should be ashamed of yourself. Feel free to leave this website in favor of something more your speed, like Disney.com.