Ever since THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE and THE HILLS HAVE EYES dirtied up cinema screens back in the 70’s, we’ve been inundated with backwoods horror, where groups of murderous,
TROUBLE EVERY DAY is one of those films I’ve always meant to take in, but never crossed paths with in the 16 years since its release.
As a part of Women in Horror Month, we had a brief chat with writer, director, and producer Izzy Lee. Hailing from Boston, Lee’s films
I feel like every second film I watch is about a broken family plagued by a haunting. Their supernatural antagonists are metaphorical manifestations of the
By it’s title, you’d think DEADLY INTENT would be some kind of direct-to-video Steven Seagal movie, but there’s nary a roundhouse or uppercut to be found within.
There seems to be a tradition in the found footage genre that dictates its films should begin with a plain text disclaimer; you know, the
Nathaniel Atcheson’s DOMAIN takes place 30 feet underground in bunkers designed to keep the last remaining vestiges of humanity on life support after a virus devastates the
ANONYMOUS follows Alex (Callan McAuliffe) – a disenfranchised young man who seeks to help his parents save their home from the evil, money-hungry banks. Growing up
HOLY HELL is a Troma film NOT made by Troma. By that I mean it’s outrageously dumb and intentionally bad. This is the kind of film
All art means to tell a story, but the movie poster is art that means to sell a story. Once thought of as nothing more