Halloween Kills’ screeching, impaling and exuberant hemorrhaging is exactly what you’d expect it to be.
There’s Someone Inside Your House feels like an updated version of past gorefests. But it’s mired in the same predictable …
Nightbooks is intended as a kid-friendly horror flick. It certainly succeeds at the “horror” part. The “kid-friendly” part? not so …
Candyman isn’t sweet. It was never intended to be. But its excesses are enough to choke on.
Even if witchers were the “better men” that Deglan hoped for, The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf would probably still …
This tale starts off as a wounded woman’s search for resolution and slowly inches its way into palpable darkness.
A gruesome, eye-gouging, hack-me-with-a-machete smorgasbord.
There’s a lot here to appreciate if you’re in the mood for a good scare at the movies.
Between the foul language, terrifying images and bodies being torn apart, it feels like Spiral deserves an NC-17 rating.
Tournament of Champions is little more than 90 minutes of evil torment, frantic searches, overacted screeches and foul language.