“Targets” was a turning point in the grand history of horror movies, neatly dividing the creaky fright flicks of Karloff’s heyday from the more realistic direction the films would take in the 1970s and beyond.
Did Cusak know what the hell he was getting into here?
A unique Indie-Horror voice on the power of apocalypse and transition. And there is a killer "Predator" quote in there too!
You'll be wanting Nic Cage to dump a bunch of bees on you after this one.
Xavier Gens brings you the feel-good movie of the Apocalypse. Newbies need not apply.
Did you order the combination platter of zombie / virus / terrorism / 9-11 conspiracy theory? No? I didn't think so...
Álex de la Iglesia’s insane crazed clown romp is the feel good movie of the season for Juggalos.
If you feel like you've seen this film before, it's because you have...
A horror story about the unintentional results of the "Information Age."
The home invasion thriller gets a gimmicky make-over with terrifying results.
Wade through depression and masochism to... well, they never quite get that far.
A rich and bittersweet experience that is a uniquely divergent voice for those of us who are often told to be wary of transformation.
Straight out of the darkest places in the British psyche comes a gloriously weird horror experience.
A revisionist vampire tale that’s sum whole is far greater than its parts.
An existential action-film with wolf punching.
Consider this the real remake of "Night of the Demons"
Every time Kate Beckinsale hurricanarana's a giant werewolf, an angel gets it's wings...
...it would really be nice if for the next 90 minutes I can sit here unchallenged on all fronts and emerge from my Barkolounger with no concrete impressions of what I just saw.
I know Ti West is capable of making amazing movies, so why doesn't he?
Richard Stanley's demon tale explores the horrors of colonial violence... and there is a great exploding head in there too!
Jon sees "The Devil Inside" as evidence of found footage's worst qualities.
The evolving tension works well enough to divert the viewer’s attention from the story’s unabashedly derivative playing field...
Perhaps the gravest flaw here is that the story was over-thought with regards to its significance as a spiritual struggle.
This movie is... weird...
Who could kill a child? Turns out most of us, pretty easily in fact.