No One Gets Out Alive is an enjoyable mix of darker genre elements, that while not reaching the heights of The Ritual, is a worthy spook-fest for the Halloween season.
Love at First Bite takes a step into the city and into the 20th century, but it relies heavily on the traditional Bram Stoker source material.
Guillermo Del Toro Film, Nightmare Alley, receives R-rating for strong/bloody violence, some strong sexual content, nudity, and language.
Malignant has Wan’s signature spooky style, but it isn’t a haunted house or ghost movie. It’s a Warrens-free psychological horror film with a touch of science/medicine.
Truly a horrible cheapo film, but one of the greatest so-bad-its-good genre. Forget Plan Nine from Outer Space. Forget The Room. Forget the Turkish Star Wars and Troll 2. For my mind and money, you cannot beat The Wizard of Gore.
“The Mortuary Collection” is so rich in terms of subtext and how it approaches the characters while they deal with surreal “this can’t be happening to me” situations.
…The dark indie horror Caveat is a slow paced but creepy indie horror film that uses its single location and limited characters to craft a haunting tale of loss, guilt and revenge.
Alice Sweet Alice is a wonderful slasher film and should be enjoyed by all who are partial to the genre.
One of the most intriguing things about Prom Night—if we’re to discuss it in terms of the genre formula—is how the supporting cast isn’t hung out to dry, they’re more than simply kill count fodder.
That precise act of gory horror mixed with devastating realism gives this masterpiece its spine-chilling potency.