Reviewed by Michael Ferraro Take a good look at the cover of this Blu-ray the next time you are anywhere you can find it.
Reviewed by James A. Janisse Bedevilled is the slow-cooking 2010 directorial debut by Jang Chul-Soo, a well-built thriller that evolves from an oppression piece to a graphic revenge tale.
Reviewed by James A. Janisse Michael Biehn is best known to the general public as an actor in several James Cameron films, notably playing Kyle Reese in the original Terminator.
Writer Alex Garland (28 Days Later, Sunshine) and director Pete Travis (Vantage Point) bring...
Included in the Toronto line-up is Brandon (son of David) Cronenberg’s Antiviral, which made its North American Premiere at the fest. Brad (aka Mr.
Reviewed by Mike Ferraro
It’s been well over a decade, but director Ed Sanchez has finally created another worthwhile film with Lovely Molly.
Kill List is the kind of film whose full impact doesn’t hit you until after you have had a chance to reel your mind in from the incredibly intense ending.
Starting on July 13, Rodrigo Cortes’ Red Lights began its theatrical run and has continued to expand over the last few weeks, with more locations to come.
Director Vernon Sewell made over 30 movies in his career, and Burke & Hare ‘72 was the last film he ever directed. Take that however you will, because Burke & Hare is not a good movie.