To begin, I’m going to save you all a little time and come right out and say it: If you’re a fan of zombies and action flicks, then stop reading this, skip straight to the link at the
When celebrated horror director Don Coscarelli debuted his much-anticipated film adaptation of Jason Pargin’s praised novel at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year (Sundance John Di
On my 2007 best of list The Mist was my pick for horror film of the year, and you know what? I haven't seen anything else in 2008 that has topped it and probably won't.
Six years ago (six!) the After Dark Horrorfest struck theatres.
In a world where all of us horror fans see announcements about our favorite films being remade almost on a daily basis now, it's rather refreshing that Universal Studios went the prequel rout
The premise of fatal interruptions on the set of a reality TV show is by no means new ground in the horror genre, but it’s very rare that the concept is handled as successfully as it is in
I'm not really a fan of remakes. That’s a fairly trite thing to say, especially if you’re a genre fan, but it’s true all the same.
There's lots of chatter about people who are sick and tired of hearing folks complaining about remakes.
The Skin I Live In is not your typical "horror" movie; in fact director Pedro Almodóvar describes it as "a horror story without screams or frights." Which is a bit awkward for
Anyone who knows me knows that I am a sucker for two kinds of movies- movies about football and movies about journalists.