Companionship and camaraderie are at the heart of Jeremy Gardner's micro-indie Zom-Dram, The Battery. What? You say.
Gary King (Simon Pegg) is that guy everybody knows from high school. The cautionary tale.
Supernatural and sci-fi films have been falling all over themselves homaging the 1970s and ’80s in recent years, but R.I.P.D.
Alas, it comes the time in every summer when a high-concept, sci-fi themed comedy erupts on our screens in order to try to take our ticket money away from our stingy pockets.
You don’t have to be drunk to have a feckin’ good time with GRABBERS, which plays out a traditional monsters-attack-a-community scenario with a distinct and tasty Irish flavor.
In this era when big summer FX spectacles seem to be produced by accountants as often as filmmakers, the news that Guillermo del Toro, who has brought more soul to genre cinema than anyone else i
In stark, white text against a black background, the film spells out the core elements contained within.
Gigantic monsters were pummeling massive robots into skyscrapers, and all I could think about was the smallest sequence in Guillermo del Toro’s Pacific Rim.
100 BLOODY ACRES isn’t a straight horror film, despite what the title may lead you to believe.
Real, palpable dread. In THE CONJURING, it is thick and ever present, and takes on many forms. It is a doll, it is a door. It is a hand clap, it is a spirit.