Death Factory is a familiar-feeling movie that is bad in a fun way.
Aquarium of the Dead is brought to you by The Asylum, makers of Sharknado and the Zoombies movies. Expect more of the same, if you’re into the sort of thing.
Death Rink is about as basic as a slasher gets, but even a basic slasher can still be pretty good.
Could Chris Rock and returning director Darren Lynn Bousman revive the Saw series? Find out in The Last Theater’s review of the ninth installment of the Saw franchise, Spiral!
The first episode of Ju-On: Origins sets up a fresh, new take on the franchise with some good tension and disturbing moments.
Entrails of a Virgin mixes softcore porn with gore, but is the mixture done well?
Is Concrete a meaningful look at a real-life tragedy, or is a failed attempt at finding a message in murder?
The second remake of Black Christmas has some admirable goals and intended messages, but did it succeed in creating an entertaining and socially aware slasher movie in the tradition of the original?
Terrifier is a bloody slasher with a throwback feel, but does the lack of a fully-developed sympathetic character hurt its effectiveness?
The Crow is one of those rare films where everything seems to come together to create something that transcends the genre it exists within. Listen to episode 17 of The Last Theater on the Left podcast as chris and Joey break down the film from its comic book origins all the way up to what it means to watch the movie all these years later.