Black-Eyed Children: Let Me In is a creepily effective little “documentary” from director Justin Snyder. I put the term documentary in quotation marks because Black-Eyed Children actually isn’t a documentary at all. Instead, it’s a film that’s made up of footage that was supposedly shot by a student filmmaker (played by the film’s actual director, […]
Christine Forrest \ Clayton McKinnon \ Elyane Nadeau \ film \ Fran Middleton \ George Romero \ horror \ J. Clifford Forrest Jr. \ John Amplas \ Lincoln Maazel \ Lisa Marie Bowman \ Martin \ movie \ Pasquale Buba \ review \ Roger Caine \ Sara Venable \ Tom Savini \ Tony Buba
When I say “George Romero,” you probably immediately think of zombies. And why not? Night of the Living Dead is perhaps the best known zombie film ever made and Dawn of the Dead is perhaps the second best known. Day of the Dead and Land of the Dead both have their fervent admirers. Without the […]
Doris Dowling \ Eddie Little Sky \ Elizabeth Thompson \ Elliot Silverstein \ film \ horror \ James Brolin \ John Marley \ John Rubinstein \ Kathleen Lloyd \ Kay Murtagh \ Kim Richards \ Kyle Richards \ Lee McLaughlin \ Lisa Marie Bowman \ movie \ R.G. Armstrong \ review \ Ronny Cox \ Roy Jenson \ The Car
“THE CAR IS IN THE GARAGE” — Captain Wade Parent (James Brolin) in The Car (1977) Yes, that’s right! The car is in the garage and it’s hunting for blood! The Car is a pretty stupid movie that doesn’t really work but at least it’s enjoyably stupid. From the minute I started watching this movie, […]
Al Cliver \ Auretta Gay \ Captain Haggerty \ Dakar \ Edward Mannix \ Fabrizio De Angelis \ film \ Franco Fantasia \ horror \ Ian McCulloch \ Leo Gavero \ Lisa Marie Bowman \ Lucio Fulci \ movie \ Olga Karlatos \ review \ Richard Johnson \ Stefania D'Amario \ Tisa Farrow \ Ugo Bologna \ Ugo Tucci \ Zombi 2 \ zombie
Two questions: 1) Do you love Zombie movies? 2) Have you seen Lucio Fulci’s 1979 film Zombi 2? If your answer to the first question was yes, then you should definitely have had the same answer for the second. Along with launching the long and extremely influential genre of the Italian zombie film and being […]
Burn Gorman \ Charlie Hunnam \ Crimson Peak \ Doug Jones \ Emily Coutts \ film \ Guillermo Del Toro \ horror \ Javier Botet \ Jessica Chastain \ Jim Beaver \ Laura Waddell \ Leslie Hope \ Lisa Marie Bowman \ Matia Jackett \ Mia Wasikowska \ movie \ review \ Ron Bottitta \ Sofia Wells \ Tom Hiddleston.
The fact that Crimson Peak, Guillermo Del Toro’s wonderful new film, is only getting mixed or grudgingly positive reviews tells you everything that you need to know about the sorry state of modern film criticism. Taking place at the turn of the 19th Century, Crimson Peak tells the story of Edith Cushing (Mia Wasikowska). The […]
Aaron Burns \ Antonieta Pari \ Ariel Levy \ Daryl Sabara \ Eli Roth \ Eusebio Arenas \ film \ horror \ Ignacia Allamand \ Kirby Bliss Blanton \ Lisa Marie Bowman \ Lorenza Izzo \ Magda Apanowicz \ Matias Lopez \ movie \ Nicolas Martinez \ Ramon Llao \ review \ Richard Burgi \ Sky Ferreira \ The Green Inferno.
AGCK! Seriously, it’s hard for me to think of any recent film that has made me cringe as much as Eli Roth’s cannibal epic, The Green Inferno. A film about a bunch of Occupy activists who end up getting eaten by a native tribe in the jungles of Peru, The Green Inferno does not shy […]
I finally saw The Lazarus Effect and … bleh, who cares? You may remember that the Lazarus Effect came out earlier this year and it got some attention because it was one of the first horror films to be theatrically released in 2015. But then the reviews came in and they were all awful. And […]