Mass is in its own way more difficult to watch than a slasher flick. Here, bodies don’t bleed: souls do.
Halloween Kills’ screeching, impaling and exuberant hemorrhaging is exactly what you’d expect it to be.
The Last Duel scores its share of hits during its cinematic jousts, this film is ultimately unhorsed by its gratuitous …
There’s Someone Inside Your House feels like an updated version of past gorefests. But it’s mired in the same predictable …
This R-rated psychological thriller mostly avoids graphic imagery, but its grim story is no less unnerving and disturbing.
Tony Soprano’s “origin story” simmers with gangster drama and the same brutal content HBO’s hit show was known for.
If Tammy Faye is humanized here, the faith that drove her can be dehumanized much of the time.
Copshop stirs its mystery, manslaughter and muck into a moussaka of ’70s pulp and winking bravado.
Blue Bayou poignantly highlights the plight some foreign adoptees face even as it batters viewers with tough content.
To get into this pic, you have to kinda enjoy seeing a woman being pounded, stabbed and bloodily abused.