Steve Miner’s Halloween H20 seems like it was destined to generate mixed feelings. For starters, the man…
Before I begin my full-fledged review of David Marmor’s 1BR, I must give a bit of a…
Leigh Whannell’s The Invisible Man takes an old, far-fetched concept — human invisibility — and makes it…
The writers and studio folks who helped craft William Eubank’s Underwater could have gone with many other…
Let’s start with the basics here. A Creepshow Holiday Special: Shapeshifters Anonymous is a Christmas story…
Comparing 3 different versions of War of the Worlds. They’re all a little bit different, but also share some common bonds.
Like a stereotypical, snobby critic, I wanted to dislike Akiva Schaffer’s The Watch. However, I grudgingly admit it was better than expected.
To my knowledge, there are no known medical cases linked to viewing Vic Savage’s The Creeping Terror, aside from maybe hyper-boredom.
Flowers in the Attic was almost directed by Wes Craven, leading one to possibly ask: Is this movie at all similar to People Under the Stairs?
The Devil’s Hand (1961) features a basement-dwelling cult that uses dolls and visions of beautiful women to lure men into vice + worship.
Fede Álvarez’ Don’t Breathe centers on Alex (Dylan Minnette), Money (Daniel Zovatto), and Rocky (Jane Levy). They visit the house of a blind veteran (Stephen Lang), fully intending to unburden him of his estimated $300,000.
The House That Dripped Blood has one of the silliest, cheesiest, possibly cutest vampire stories out there.
Richard Donner’s The Omen doesn’t make parenting look easy. In fact, it makes it look like a living hell.
“Troll 2” might not have what you’re looking for in a movie — even a horror movie — but it’s still a film that inspires hope in millions.
Aaron Keeling’s The House on Pine Street is about a pregnant woman named Jennifer (Emily Goss) who thinks her temporary home might be haunted.
I was okay with Scott Jeffrey’s ClownDoll. Don’t get me wrong here. This is not the sort of movie that’ll strike you like an epiphany.
Webcast is another movie that encourages us to question our own neighborhoods and families. It turns out, some people are dangerous.
Wes Craven’s Scream 3 is disappointing. Putting aside a certain character’s hair in the movie, let’s look at some problems it has, be they large or small.
The Wraith probably isn’t the quintessential ’80s movie, but it does have Charlie Sheen magically exacting revenge on some murderous punks. Hey, it works!
“Ghost Adventures Quarantine: Extension of Darkness” won’t convince bitter ,jaded cynics, but it still has some potential entertainment value.