Kiss of the Damned received a lot of positive notices after it played this year’s South by Southwest. Maybe seeing it with a crowd makes a difference.
shock till you drop
Many countries have established themselves in the modern horror genre, not the least among them being England, France, and Japan.
Alex Mathis (Greg Grunberg) is a big ass exterminator; he’s good at his job, but he also wants more than he has. He just can’t figure out quite how to get it.
It's been said that last year's well-received Norwegian oddity, Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale â€“ which I missed out on â€“ is more dark fantasy than horror.
You have to admire Spiders for its gumption.
I'm one of the few "Masters of Horror" viewers last year that didn't particularly enjoy "The Black Cat" as much as everyone else.
Iris, desperate to find the means to pay for her sick brother’s mounting medical bills, agrees to attend what she thinks is a charity dinner.
The Haunting in Connecticut 2: Ghosts of Georgia. Straight from the title card, this movie is a mess.
When I initially heard about The Lodger, I was excited. Boasting a good cast and intriguing premise, it sounded like a genre project worth paying attention to.
A witch, the Jersey Devil, a serial killer who strives to be a legend, a city-stomping behemoth of unknown origin, aliens and a haunted house.