Less nerve-jangling than nerve-nudging, Insidious: Chapter 2 nontheless tweaks horror conventions with verve and surety of craft, taking the sequel into the realm of confrontational thrillers wit
Insidious: Chapter 2 may very well be the most ambitious horror sequel I’ve ever seen.
To be honest, I’ve grown exasperated with the whole found footage sub-genre.
Each year, TIFF’s Midnight Madness program provides a home for hungry genre buffs where blood is spilled for adoring crowds to squeal in delight.
I’ve been a fan of Writer/Director Ti West ever since Mr. Disgusting led me to his debut, The Roost. I was hooked right away.
Sometimes we are frankly limited by our terminology. What do you call a film that uses in-world video?
More faux doc than “found footage,” Ti West’s THE SACRAMENT exceeds at effectively blurring lines, subsequently succeeding at being horrifying and grounded.
You're going to hear a lot about this film, gushing hyperbole about how Alfonso Cuarón has created a new masterpiece of such wonderful elegance that it's a sight to behold.
Ready-to-pop pregnant Esther Woodhouse (Alexia Rasmussen, pictured above) is walking home from an obstetrician’s appointment when she’s brutally attacked in the street by a hooded str
Not all of them, unfortunately.