No one expected there to be even one sequel to The Fast & the Furious, let alone five of them (so far).
If you recall, we first met Richard Riddick, an extreme survivalist Furyan with hyper sensitive eyes that aid him to see in the dark at long distances, in the modern cult favorite PITCH BLACK.
Riddick isn’t something I’d recommend to the average man on the street. It’s not for everyone, nor is it really my type of movie.
On my way into last night's screening of The Demon's Rook, a friend who had seen it asked me if I was a marijuana smoker. When I said no, he told me it might help with watching the film.
Whether WITHER positioned itself as a child of Sam Raimi’s iconic low budget debut or not, the lineage would be easy to trace.
Our midnight screening of Patrick, the passionate horror remake from Ozploitation devotee Mark Hartley (Not Quite Hollywood), began with an honest and slightly disconcerting preamble from the dir
Ecuadorian filmmaker Sebastián Cordero has a handful of titles on his directing resume, the best known probably 2004's John Leguizamo-starring non-comic journalist drama Cronicas.
Jim and his girlfriend Kelly are on a road-trip to the Bigfoot capital of the world, Willow Creek, California.
Considering that the Patterson-Gimlin film clip of a wandering Bigfoot is perhaps the most famous bit of amateur monster footage in history, it’s surprising that a modern vérité horror film
Is there anything more terrifying than a psychopath in love? They’re delusional, manipulative, and just one restraining order away from a homicide.