Crave is the feature debut of Charles de Lauzirika, a man best (un)known for directing/producing DVD special features. So what, you say? Sew buttons on a dead hobo's suit!
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.
From Michael Stephenson (the director of Best Worst Movie), comes a new documentary, The American Scream – a celebration of the average Halloween fan who commits their own time and money into creat
Those who are as deep down the rabbit hole as myself know just how many conspiracy theories make their way into films.
Nicholas McCarthy's The Pact promises an intriguing mash-up of ghost story and serial killer flick, permeated by psychological troubles and murky secrets from the past.
Following the surprise success of 2009's Universal Soldier: Regeneration, director John Hyams continues to steer the previously wavering franchise in new and invigorating directions, thanks in larg
With absolute conviction and unwavering intelligence, The Conspiracy unpacks complex theories and raises disturbing questions that are not easily dismissed.
True crime writing never pays. Ellison (Ethan Hawke) had a widely-acclaimed bestseller his first time out, but that was ten years ago.
Tim Burton's return to stop-motion animation reanimates many of his favourite themes, from 50s Americana to Gothic horror, but fails to strike an emotional spark.
Short on scares but big on contrivance, the many problems with the PG-13 horror movie The House at the End of the Street start with the title.