Plenty of film will have you believe ambition is sexy. Desperation may reek, but the indefatigable drive forward and up is admirable.
“Have you ever killed something?” Bea asks.
Sometimes, when telling a story about the afterlife, there’s an inherent understanding that plot and character can fall by the wayside in the name of pure, visceral terror.
The anonymity of the internet is the monster of THE DEN, a new POV/Found Footage title that aims (for at least the first half) to tell its story entirely from a computer screen.
Despite being much more imaginative and frightening than their popular subgenre counterpart DEAD SNOW, the OUTPOST films have been somewhat underrated by horror fans.
How does one, as a storyteller, approach a film about women fighting to the death in a grisly secret tournament without risking accusations of misogyny?
A heavy sense of dread is cast over films in which terrible things befall characters that inhabit a sunny, 50s-esque world.
As a spin-off of sorts, and the latest entry in what’s currently the (possibly waning) horror franchise du jour, there are essentially three things that surprise in PARANORMAL ACTIVITY: THE
In TOAD ROAD, Hell is many things. One is a destination, of course. More than that however, it’s a goal.
The ultimate terror for any, even half-decent, parent is the unthinkable—yet perfectly feasible—concept of losing their child.