The first truly post 9/11 American horror film.
Why? Why remake a flashpoint film and have virtually nothing new to say about, or add to the original concept?
The film pushes us not with the long, lingering shots of gore (though that certainly helps things along) but by denying us the excuse of seeing the antagonists as evil.
As Romero himself admits at the end of the movie, “Hmm, that didn’t work out very well, did it?”
Ms. Bechard is currently racing up the volatile Maxim, FHM, and GQ hot charts due to her status as the newly selected girlfriend of 84 year old Hugh Hefner.
How is it you've never heard of an anthology horror film with Peter Cushing, Christopher Lee and Donald Sutherland? Because it's not very good.
“Troll Hunter” takes a trope that’s getting long in the tooth and reinvigorates the concept with a monster outside the typical horror pantheon and a healthy dose of dry humor.
Peter Jackson, ghosts, and Jeffery Combs as "an asshole...with an uzi!"
...perhaps the most fascinating and unique aspect of this Oscar winning documentary is that it is not a documentary.
If you can make it through the painful first hour, "Noroi: The Curse" is an original, genuinely creepy offering from Japan
"Creep" is a film interested in empathy. It's just not sure what it wants to say about it.
“Night of the Comet” is a more provocative and deliberate film than it may at first appear.
More like "Jason Jumps the Shark"
If you can’t get on board with the extraterrestrial foreheads, this is one ride that is definitely not worth taking.
Cuda may call Martin “nosferatu” and “vampyr” but the name could easily be applied to everything surrounding them.
Watch it solely for the incredible atmosphere and visuals
“Dead Set” takes the idea of a zombie attack on the Big Brother house and uses the unique real-world meta aspects of the setting to make possible an oddly believable zombie story.
Linda Blair is hot, the revenge is cold, and the violence occasionally feels like a fat right-cross after a sweet soft kiss.
It's like a really good, old-school Spielberg movie, but with lens flare!
Probably a great treat for Califone fans; for the rest of us, it’s a like watching an above average student film.
Alas, what do persist all too strongly in my mind are the schmaltzy, woman-in-love-with-dangerous-stranger clichés on display in the movie.
A low budget slasher makes Angelo question his life decisions...
In the end, I pretty much got what I expected from this movie.
Finally! A Lovecraft film that's actually worth watching!
...this is one of those rare occasions where an interesting idea with mostly good but few great elements is elevated into the must-see category by virtue of having a singular quality.
In case you were wondering, yes, there is an inexplicable midget.
...everyone in Hollywood seems to suffer from not knowing what they are missing when it comes to Tiffany Shepis.
A well made film killed by horrible pacing
“The Killer Inside Me” is a quintessential “through the eyes of a serial killer” story.
Who could kill a child? Turns out most of us, pretty easily in fact.
It's a baby, FROM HELL!