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*.
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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.
Another day, another big studio horror comedy with the focus shifted more toward comedy.
After Frozen came out and got some great reviews (which would have translated into biggish box office if Anchor Bay put it out on more than a few dozen screens), we started seeing a few survival
With Halloween literally right around the corner, I imagine most of you will be revisiting John Carpenter's classic film, and if you're like me,