Let's get this out of the way right off the bat: We Are What We Are is not a remake.
A sweet yet innocuous romance steeped in both Shakespearean motifs and shoegazing tropes, the saving grace of Warm Bodies (AKA 'the emo zombie film') is that it's quite charming, never completely f
After lampooning Quentin Tarantino and resurrecting Nazi zombies, Norwegian writer-director Tommy Wirkola finally gets to unveil his English language debut.
John Lussenhop's Texas Chainsaw 3D opens with what are undeniably its best moments: the film's title credits, juxtaposed over a highlight reel of Tobe Hooper's 1974 original, stunningly post-conver
Give the Paranormal Activity people some credit.
After years of fruitless searching, it would appear that modern science has finally found the right place for Adam Sandler's crew: children's cartoons.
Following the surprise success of 2009's Universal Soldier: Regeneration, director John Hyams continues to steer the previously wavering franchise in new and invigorating directions, thanks in larg
True crime writing never pays. Ellison (Ethan Hawke) had a widely-acclaimed bestseller his first time out, but that was ten years ago.
Tim Burton's return to stop-motion animation reanimates many of his favourite themes, from 50s Americana to Gothic horror, but fails to strike an emotional spark.
Playing in the Midnight Madness section to a ravenous audience expecting thrills every reel, the fact that Aftershock takes its sweet-ass time to get going feels like a bold move indeed.