Just when I thought I had my fill of WWII set horror movies involving supernatural entities, along comes The Devil's Rock, which plays with the formula enough to feel fresh, and ranking as on
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Last night I complained about a giant chunk of my twitter feed essentially spoiling the ending of The Devil Inside (one of the offenders even asked “who” had done it, as if he wasn&rs
Just when I thought I’d had enough of “let’s tie a woman up and do stuff to her” movies, along comes The Clinic, which gives the sub-genre a breath of fresh air, thanks to
It’s ironic, I went back and read my review of the 2nd film before heading out to see Underworld: Awakening, which was written as an open letter to director Len Wiseman*.
With expectations firmly below sea level and non-too-enticing advance word from friends who had gotten screeners, I had little reason to go see Wrong Turn 4: Bloody Beginnings; in fact the only r
Today marks the 6 month anniversary of the last (and only) time I missed a movie since I began Horror Movie A Day.
Much like The Skin I Live In, I got interested in We Need To Talk About Kevin when I started seeing it near the top of several "Best of 2011" lists.
For all its problems, I will defend YellowBrickRoad against any haters, because despite several Wizard of Oz references, no one ever said “We’re not in Kansas anymore” (or any p
There’s a twist of sorts roughly 15 minutes into [Rec] 3 that I’m not sure if we’re supposed to “spoil”, but since I can’t see how they can even advertise it w
Guys, sit down. Take a deep breath. Calm yourself. What I am about to say can cause shock and panic. …The Asylum’s Zombie Apocalypse is good.