It’s the house. It must be the house. It’s too big. Too old. Too dark. Too … distant. Yes, it …
Antebellum is a disordered, dispiriting and sadistic story that assaults your senses more than it pricks your conscience.
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.
It’s scary and sad and sometimes awful. But Relic also offers a note of hope in that horror.
For this horror film’s potential viewers, I will simply say You Should … Reconsider.
If you poke in its corners and gaze at its accoutrements, you may find that only blackness sits at its …
Whatever point The Hunt may want to make, or whatever value it might hope to have, is pretty much obliterated …