The fantastic films of French filmmaking pair Alexandre Bustillo & Julien Maury are entirely informed by horror cinema.
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.
Extreme-shock fans tempted by the prospect of an NC-17 found-footage fright film should be advised that the sexy stuff in LUCKY BASTARD is a lot more explicit than the horror content.
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.
I strongly disliked Kaare Andrews’ feature directorial debut, Altitude, which is why I found myself hesitant to get behind Cabin fever: Patient Zero, which is allegedly already out(?) in so
Reviewing KNIGHTS OF BADASSDOM puts one in a situation that has become depressingly familiar: Having to address the movie that’s there instead of the movie it once was, could and should hav
Is it the cyclical nature of things that’s responsible for one of our most overexposed monsters to return in two revelatory films at 2014’s Sundance?