Let’s be honest: The original I Spit On Your Grave divided people more than Ben Affleck as Batman ever will.
Gravity is without question the most visceral experience I’ve had in a theater this year. I say this without hesitation and in no uncertain terms.
Maybe it takes a director this determined and crazy to make a film this deliciously weird.
It's too soon to tell whether Oren Carmi is Israel's answer to the Coen brothers, whom he lists among his influences, but his debut feature, the darkly comic Goldberg & Eisenberg, sho
I know someone who once tested a new heart medication in a clinical trial. Let’s just say he was glad he packed extra pants.
Faith is a funny thing. Anyone can have it. You don't have to be smart. You can be utterly brilliant. Mature. Immature. It really doesn't matter.
Remember when The Blair Witch Project was released? Remember how it brought found footage to the mainstream and was pretty scary?
I have an affinity towards movies unafraid to revel in dark, seedy territory especially when they place a magnifying glass against flawed, often disturbed people making very flawed and fatal deci
How do you make a sequel to a film that came to a pretty concrete ending?
Here’s a tip for slightly sadistic event planners seeking to liven up yet another humdrum middle-aged dinner party: Pencil the soirée in for the same night a reality-refracting, modern conv