Plucking disparate elements from the air and planting them in a slowly-burning field of Southern horror tropes, Cassadaga eventually reveals itself to be more of a mystery drama than any kind of
The night that Miller’s Comet passes over Earth, four couples who seem like they don’t really like each other that much get together for a dinner party.
THE DEMON’S ROOK is exactly the kind of psychotronic gem we search for in no-budget/backyard/DIY horror.
Ever since Paranormal Activity took cinemas by storm (for better or worse), there has been an onslaught of imitators and parodies.
In a short amount of time, British director Ben Wheatley has become one of the most renowned genre filmmakers alive.
Early warning: This review will eventually spoil what was -- for me -- the only great minute of Dario Argento's Dracula 3D.
In the opening scene of DARIO ARGENTO’S DRACULA, a peasant woman warns her voluptuous daughter against going out on this particular evening.
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.