Much of "The Rite" just feels... wrong... (see what we did there!?!?)
How would it look if the Waltons had to handle alien aggression in Almeria?
Atrocity is an understatement
Director Michael Mann didn’t single-handedly craft the 80’s Day-glo Megalith but his neon fingerprints are all over it.
Italian? No. Abomination? Yes.
It won’t make you forget “The Howling” or “An American Werewolf in London.” or even that hypnotic wet T-shirt covershot of Taylor Lautner on Rolling Stone; I mean we’re only human right.
Are you a fan of non-stop dick, fart and jizz jokes? Yeah, me neither!
Free-wheeling mythology involving bloodsuckers, secret societies and the holy grail that hits a sweet spot between horror and comedy...
It's gimmicky, but you can't say "Buried" doesn't have guts.
There is no joy on Earth so pure in its dangling disdain as that of a nerd who realizes he has gotten there before someone else.
Brainless, boring and bad.
Vikernes is allowed to blithely describe his stabbing of Euronymous 23 times as “finishing him off”
Not your average "man in a rubber monster suit" movie
The film has not suffered for time and the distinction of being the most fun you can have watching 14 and 15 year olds murder one another is still solidly intact.
Spike Lee does horror
This holiday season would be a great time to give the usual horror Christmas movies a rest and rediscover a minor lost classic of the genre.
With a nice session beer and some friends, I think “Hybrid” can hit so-bad-it's-good territory.
If you've ever wanted to watch a poodle get attacked by a zombie, this is the film for you!
William Forsythe’s performance alone is worth the price of admission.
When they aren’t molesting defenseless rubbish they’re cavorting with chunky hookers and psychotic 10 year olds.
In a word? No.
Disgust. Fear. Revulsion. Curiosity.
It's hard to believe that "Magic" has wallowed in obscurity for so long
This sleaze movie seems to labor under the misguided idea that it has to motivate its nudity.
Like a lot of cinematic garbage, there's an interesting concept at the core of “Stay Alive.”
Trying to synopsize a film like this would do it a terrible disservice.
The creepy, dingy art style puts the ‘blah’ in ‘bleak’.
This week we discuss alchemy, camera technology, a first time guest host joins the show, and we review "As Above, So Below".