It’s tough when you can’t fall in love with a movie you admire but, unfortunately, director Vincenzo Natali (the excellent Splice) is unable to bring his usual flair to the heavily un
This is not a review of an old movie.
Class warfare comes perversely home in Cheap Thrills, a fiendish, fierce, and funny morality tale about the true value of money. It's absolutely convincing, even though it shouldn't be.
Fede Alvarez’s Evil Dead is most certainly a remake done right.
The Last Exorcism Part 2 made me long for the comparatively breakneck pace of the first film.
Stoker is what you've come to expect from Park Chan-wook: A twisted tale of familial obsession, sexual repression, buried histories, and, in the loosest and grimmest sense, self-liberation.
Director Stuart Gordon has always been one of my favourite genre filmmakers. Overall his body of work contains a versatility and wild imagination I’ve always gravitated towards.
In the ‘70s and ‘80s, rape-revenge movies generated loads of controversy as they shot up, bit off, and poured acid on the dicks of the male audience.
The Factory was filmed in 2008 and is finally being released on DVD this week.
Let's get this out of the way right off the bat: We Are What We Are is not a remake.