Sure, it may look cute at first glance. But take a peak under the surface, and you find something dark …
Antebellum is a disordered, dispiriting and sadistic story that assaults your senses more than it pricks your conscience.
Tension-filled questions make His House a remarkable, and truly haunting, ghost story—one that winds up in a strangely affirming place.
This movie suggests that our screens may be the windows and doors to our darkest nightmares and consuming fears.
What starts out as a grotesque horror movie morphs into something more akin to sci-fi about halfway through.
It’s the house. It must be the house. It’s too big. Too old. Too dark. Too … distant. Yes, it …
This is, primarily, a horror movie—with a little bit of John Hughes’ Breakfast Club thrown in for good measure.
Once the blood starts to fly, this Russian horror film drowns in its own vat of hemoglobin.
The central premise here is so ghastly that we should be revolted, not entertained.
This grim horror/mystery/comedy is far more about smothering life, in one way or another, than living it.