Writer Simon Barrett and director Adam Wingard, the duo behind 2011‘s You’re Next, have followed up their home invasion cult classic with a solid, satisfying B-movie thriller about a
Contemporary Korean cinema is awash with slick, violent thrillers and the audiences over there keep eating them up. I don’t blame them either.
With the recent release of You're Next and contributions to the V/H/S and ABCs of Death horror anthologies, director-writer duo Adam Wingard and Simon Barrett are quickly becoming two of the
Navot Papushado and Aharon Keshale previously helmed Rabies, which caused quite a bit of buzz at the 2011 Tribeca Film Festival and enjoyed a fair amount of critical success thereafter.
How does one, as a storyteller, approach a film about women fighting to the death in a grisly secret tournament without risking accusations of misogyny?
I'm instantly wary of any movie that proclaims its truthfulness right at the top. Why can't I watch it and then decide for myself?
After Dark Films’ new release Ritual opens with a warning of extreme violence, then lets us know that we have 30 seconds to leave before it starts. Aw, c’mon.
The fifth entrant in the Paranormal Activity found-footage series picks up its home video cameras, moves to a new location, and introduces a new set of characters with the same old problem: How d
A heavy sense of dread is cast over films in which terrible things befall characters that inhabit a sunny, 50s-esque world.
Sharlto Copely is the secret weapon of the amnesia thriller Open Grave.