Kenji Mizoguchi, one of Japan’s most noteworthy directors, gives us a gorgeously realized classic ghost story.
A manic trip through the darker side of action cinema
An overlooked Italian masterpiece.
...a historical document about movies that were filled to bursting with cartoon violence and nude babes in peril.
It's a pleasant burning. Unlike that one I got during my trip to Malaysia.
James Gunn's ode to all things gross and cult.
...ends up making a middleweight out of what should have been a heavyweight narrative.
Whips, chains, leather and... Lovecraft?
Pedro Almodóvar’s take on the mad scientist and the monsters we create.
“Melancholia” is an elegant piece that works towards incitement and triumph at the end of the world.
Chimeric zombies, chainsaws, and more arterial spray than you can imagine. No, seriously, more than you can imagine.
...West leaves us sitting in the forest with 3 under developed characters for the first 40 minutes of the movie.
Why you gotta do me like this, John?
Colin Farrell tries to wrestle the title of hunkiest vampire from Robert Pattison in "Fright Night." Does he win? Who cares! The movie rocks.
Jeff Nichols' beautifully realized allegory for the times
Twenty people watching dailies and they all fail to spy basic lighting failures, Sweet Mother of Conrad Hall!
Jigsaw gets on Facebook
"It's a strange world..."
If you aren’t impressed by gratuitous gore and needless nudity, then what the hell are you doing hanging out at a horror website?
The most "terrible Nicolas Cage movie" movie ever made
Revisiting one of the most interesting horror films of the 00's a decade later.
...to address any and all screenwriters out there who might be tempted by the device of CIPA… No, no, that’ll be quite enough of that.
Why does this exist?
"Paranormal Activity 3" goes back to the VHS to show us how the activity started.
If you are looking for anything other than a snake humping soap opera with a limp-dick feminist vengeance thread and a madman villain torn from a Mel Brooks script, “Hisss” Fails.
Darren Lynn Bousman throws on some the gore and suspense in this effective if not archaic thinking thriller.
"The Thing" pre-quel (with a dash of remake) goes back to Antarctica to fill in the story before MacReady and Childs make the scene.
Tobe Hooper gives us an idea of what it might look like if Spielberg wanted to make a violent parable about a teen girl’s sexual awakening.
A harrowing meditation on cinema violence and 80s economics.
This movie is... weird...
Who could kill a child? Turns out most of us, pretty easily in fact.