If you can't trust your best friend(s) when the world ends, who can you trust?
I’m pretty sure pigs aren’t flying outside my window, but if you told me Brad Pitt would one day be starring in a $200M+ zombie epic, I wouldn’t have believed you.
In the world of THE PURGE, the annual act is sold as both catharsis and entertainment (as a live Purge feed reveals during a stark opening credits).
Some movies have good premises that get squandered in the execution, but The Purge is the other way around. It takes a bad premise and makes it work, more or less.
The best kind of comedies are based on self-deprecation.
The opening title sequence for The Purge promises a much larger scope than what eventually hits the screen.
It may seem somewhat off-character to feature German arthouse drama NOTHING BAD CAN HAPPEN in the (virtual) pages of FANGO, but despite the film’s title, something bad can happen, and boy,
After the screening of Last Days on Mars in the director's fortnight competition, many were wondering why exactly the clunky, derivative Mars-zombie movie was programmed at a high-class festi
Besides the fact that I doubt we'll see a more deft, thrilling genre film this year, I'm very pleased that Jeremy Saulnier's Blue Ruin addresses a number of issues that revenge films have been over