I love movies with Shaolin in the title. I love movies with "Evil Dead" in the title. I love movies where one thing is versus another thing.
If, like most BGH readers, you live in 2010 and have seen more than two horror movies then “Burnt Offerings” is likely to be a smoldering pile of yawn.
"The Last Exorcism" is a lo-fi horror success story.
No matter how much I want to love a movie that ends with an ecstatic Tom Savini nailed to a cross, after 90 minutes of boredom and confusion I just wanted it to be over and done with.
Aja makes his case for a world after "gorno" with the sheer over-the-top-itude of "Piranha 3D"
“Meat Grinder” might just be the most densely plotted, stylistically complex, melodramatic torture porn ever made.
"I don't have any intentions to watch the "Twilight" films any time soon, either, so there is a chance that some of the humor here is completely lost on me."
The bulk of this movie has a good bit of nastiness to it, delivered with well-motivated, animalistic energy...
There’s a reason “Hausu” feels like it was made by a child on the combined influence of mescaline and Pixy Stix: it was.
Rather than being a one-note film, Bong Joon-ho has crafted a horror experience that can be all things to all viewers.
It is real life horror and it is as profoundly annihilating as the world gets outside of an identified “war zone”.
“The Girl Who Knew Too Much” is both enormously entertaining and historically significant.
The problem with this superfluous remake is that there is literally nothing new or original on display
"B-films based around monsters tend to live or die based on the allure of their chosen abomination, and in that way, "Razortooth" deserves a powerful sigh of indifference."
From that simple synopsis you might never suspect that “The Vanishing” may be the most horrifying film of the 1980’
There are a couple of tricks to making Twilight movies not merely tolerable, but downright enjoyable.
It would pair up nicely as the gender-swapped back half of a double feature with Lucky Mckee’s “May”
Philosophically I am sure a good deal of this film flew right over my head.
If you’re a fan of Hitchcock, pitch black comedy and nasty people doing nasty things to each other, “Common Wealth” will probably be right up your dark alley.
Henry Darger was a quiet recluse who wandered the streets collecting scraps of paper....
So... short people are creepy, amiright?
Needless to say, it's weird...
Rob Zombie swings... and misses.