John Lussenhop's Texas Chainsaw 3D opens with what are undeniably its best moments: the film's title credits, juxtaposed over a highlight reel of Tobe Hooper's 1974 original, stunningly post-conver
Shamelessly shallow, Sacha Gervasi's brisk romantic trifle Hitchcock starts with a kernel of truth and blows it up into a bucketful of popcorn entertainment, albeit of the arthouse variety.
Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar, or as the case may be with Citadel, a group of violent, marauding child-demons is exactly that.
The rape and revenge subgenre has always been controversial for displaying acts of sexualized violence on screen.
Give the Paranormal Activity people some credit.
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.
Right from the beginning the reality and grittiness of Chained, the new film by Jennifer Lynch, made me want to turn away.
Nothing good ever happens on the block.
After years of fruitless searching, it would appear that modern science has finally found the right place for Adam Sandler's crew: children's cartoons.