One of the most infamous movies for fans of horror, Flower of Flesh and Blood delivers on its promise of gore, but are there more reasons to watch beyond the blood and guts?
Guinea Pig: Devil’s Experiment is the first in an infamous series of Japanese splatter films released in the eighties, but is it worth watching today?
Drawing inspiration from the likes of Ringu and The Blair Witch Project, POV: A Cursed Film is a worthy entry in the supernatural found footage genre.
Found is an extremely low-budget movie that stands out from the crowd with with its unique combination of horror and character-driven narrative.
Tusk is a horrifically fun excursion into The Great White North that fans of Kevin Smith are sure to love, but will non-fans feel like they’re being excluded from some gigantic inside joke?
No Good Deed is a an average thriller that doesn’t necessarily fail to deliver what it promises, it’s just that its promises aren’t very ambitious. It’s a mediocre movie that could have used the talent of its stars to make it better than it turned out to be.
Willow Creek is slow building found footage horror movie with nice scares and likable characters. But does it provide anything fresh or unique in a genre where originality seems to be exhausted?
What has swordplay, science fiction, and Japanese idols beating up a bunch of guys? Danger Dolls! Check out the trailer in two languages and get as excited about this upcoming home video release as I am!