Is the New Zealand horror-comedy back?
For many horror fans it feels like a lot of the most exciting contributions to the genre these days are coming from France. This is, at least in part, thanks to Alexandre Bustillo & Jul
The fantastic films of French filmmaking pair Alexandre Bustillo & Julien Maury are entirely informed by horror cinema.
A friend of mine is fond of applying the phrase "a wolf in sheep's clothing" to genre films.
"Would you give me your body to be a vessel for my voice?," asks the nefarious casting director of the wide-eyed starlet Sarah Walker at the sort of audition parents, boyfriends, and ge
A teenage girl in love with a teenage boy plays a cryptic game.
It’s somewhat ironic that Dennis Widmyer and Kevin Kolsch’s Starry Eyes, a film that literally singles out ambition as the blackest of human qualities, is the most ambitious film I have seen thus f
Plenty of film will have you believe ambition is sexy. Desperation may reek, but the indefatigable drive forward and up is admirable.
Writer/director Leigh Janiak’s Honeymoon is the rare example of a film that actually does quite a bit right but is critically hobbled by one miscalibrated piece of machinery.
Nicely-demented, Daniel Stamm's 13 Sins functions best as a gruesome thriller with a sense of humor.