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’.
A pseudo-slasher based around a torrent of high school intrigue.
The same variety of impossible as expressing no discomfort while having the top of your head unexpectedly disunited from your body with razor wire.
One of the most generic slasher films I’ve seen.
The story could be best described as “a hot mess.”
I don’t know if the world needed a dark reworking of “Close Encounters of the Third Kind” but if you ever wondered what that might look like, wonder no more.
Why is this movie so bad you ask? Where do I even begin?
“Siege of the Dead” is a great example of a movie that realizes that its story comes from the characters, not from the zombies.
This formula generally yields a specious, antiseptic procession of latter day boulevardiers slumming in Kryolan mud while expertly communicating the filmmakers’ snooty contempt for horror fans.
"Centurion" is a fun trip into genre territory led by a director with a fan’s passion for the material, but it never really rises above that.
"Red Hill" combines Aussie Western sensibilities with horror's pacing for a potent revenge flick.
Director J.T. Petty has a unique and interesting voice and a yen to tell stories that possess a good deal of freshness.
Horror films need a set of rules.
This one comes to you literally from our Mom's basement...