The opening scene of THE RAVEN finds Edgar Allan Poe, played by John Cusack, gazing upward at the eponymous bird circling a full moon.
Every few years, a foreign film crosses the pond to remind us how a genre movie is supposed to be.
Take one part CALVAIRE/THE ORDEAL and one part HIGH TENSION, stir in some mutants and you have LA MEUTE (THE PACK), which unfortunately shapes up as one of the weakest in the past decade’s
THE MOTH DIARIES is the long-awaited new Canadian-Irish psychological vampire film from Mary Harron that had its North American premiere at the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival.
It's a bad analogy—because it often conjures up thoughts of junk food and Doritos—but sometimes horror simply needs comfort food.
It’s not strictly a horror film, but it’s unlikely that any movie will come along this year to match the gut-wrenching intensity of the Australian indie THE HORSEMAN (hitting special-
In response to our own Bekah McKendry’s positive review of the already controversial THE DIVIDE, this writer has opted to offer a different, less enthusiastic perspective.
THE DEVIL’S ROCK, a so-so supernatural flick from New Zealand, doesn’t feel fresh so much as uncommon.
Endings are always a challenge when making horror films, but especially in the found-footage subgenre, where coming up with a conclusion that satisfies both the particular demands of this techniq
Following a friend’s enthusiastic recommendation, positive word of mouth and the gorgeous poster (pictured below) I kept seeing around the Fantasia festival, I made a point of getting out o