“Wake Wood” is a bunch of good ideas that are either incomplete or sabotaged by the filmmakers' execution.
Oh good, another lackluster movie with a stupid twist ending. How original.
A snoozy, charisma-deficient road trip through “Cloverfield” as reimagined by M. Night Shymalan.
This is a hemorrhaging bunghole of a movie, dripping with miscalculation.
The best film you've never heard of.
As "horror" for non-fans, "Red Riding" could have been worse, but true-blue genre fans likely won't get beyond a yawn.
This is dark stuff, rendered with the utmost professionalism and the right amount of style; it produces the kind of unsettling power you won’t get in 90% of the more straightforward horror films of today.
Finally, a Syfy Original that doesn't suck.
You are what you eat.
Avoid it like the swine flu.
One step forward and two steps back
No talking goats here, just J-horror girl ghosts.
Gloriously flawed and hideously demented, this "Hobo" finds the new grindhouse closer to its historic roots.
A perfect example of all that is wrong with contemporary horror cinema
The much-hyped documentary about a man who doesn't care about the hype.
“Enter the Void” is a technical masterwork. Invisible cuts and ambitious tracking shots, bold perspective changes and deftly integrated CG make the eye-candy appeal run right off the charts.
Lots of torture, but no porn here.
Oh forget it, just go watch “The Bitch”.
This has gotta be a joke, right?
Today's new words are "sea", "motorway", "excursion" and "carbine".
"The Roommate:" a college thriller made for middle-schoolers!
The film’s success is down to simple touches that are so smartly applied that the overall movie achieves an exemplary fusion of it's elements, elevating it from passable to nearly outstanding.
J-Horror by the numbers
Not like anything happens.
This week we discuss alchemy, camera technology, a first time guest host joins the show, and we review "As Above, So Below".