Halloween time means scary movie time, and here are five remakes that actually did their predecessors proud.
Here are a few cinematic arguments for living in complete isolation out in the woods somewhere, far away from civilization and demented incestuous siblings who keep cannibal children hidden away in the basement. Put the house up for sale and settle in.
Wes Craven goes for a smarter, classier horror film and just about half-succeeds with this tale of Haitian voodoo, black magic and political unrest.
Everyone seems like they’re over it — including director Wes Craven himself — in this rushed, unimaginative and until recently final entry in the meta-horror series.
This bizarre and gory tale of demonic possession is the most ghoulishly creative entry in the Friday the 13th series, at least until our hero blasted off into outer space in Jason X.
Your choices this weekend: a outdated slasher flick, a family movie about talking birds, or a historical snoozer. Maybe you’d like to watch some basketball?
Suburbia: heaven or hell? We prefer the latter, because what fun is it, otherwise? Here are a few movies that paint a dark portrait of suburban America, featuring Tom Hanks battling devil worshippers, Natalie Portman crying a lot, Jake Gyllenhaal bending space-time and a bunch of high school kids trying desperately to not fall asleep.
We’ve all been chased by something horrible in our dreams, and we (quite naturally) long to re-live that terror. If we’re still running from the thing, we’re still alive. And the quintessential “horrible thing” in our dreams is a man by the name of Freddy Krueger.
This week’s new movies include horse drama Secretariat, Wes Craven’s My Soul To Take, Edward Norton in Stone and the latest Katherine Heigl rom-com Life As We Know It.
Legendary horror filmmaker Wes Craven has signed a deal with Liquid Comics to create his first graphic novel.