Doing this job, you get to see a lot of movies. I mean – A LOT of movies. Unfortunately most of them are bad, which tends to sour one’s expectations.
Seemingly finding his niche amidst the “nature gone amok” genre, Black Water director Andrew Traucki once again tackles water-borne toothy predators with The Reef, proving that a film
Taking its title from Edgar Allan Poe’s most famous poem, The Raven flies into theaters this weekend with a lot of expectation baggage right off the bat; overall the film succeeds in a few
Welsh born director Gareth Huw Evans and Indonesian martial arts choreographer Iko Uwais follow up their 2009 cult flick Merantau by kicking up the action and violence to mind-boggling levels for
Continuing France’s current tradition for imaginative and quirky genre output, debut helmer Franck Richard’s The Pack (La Meute in its native tongue) appears, in the early stages, to
Ti West’s new one, The Innkeepers, is essentially the Scary Maze Game of the 2011 SXSW Film Festival.
Do you want to see heads getting completely bashed in with steel pipes? How about some faces gored and practically flayed off by full-velocity swings from the business end of a crowbar?
Any buff of the paranormal should be well acquainted with the Snedeker case that was the basis for this film. In truth it's nothing short of a harrowing story whether you believe it or not.
At Fantasia’s Canadian premiere of Gens’ The Divide, this post-apocalyptic character study was cheerfully introduced by Michael Biehn as “a dark motherfucker”.
The subject of possession is one of the most heated and debated topics of our time.