Craig Gillespie’s remake of Tom Holland’s 1985 emerging cult classic Fright Night is in theaters this weekend. In this review it’s inevitable that I’ll compare the two versions. But the remake thankfully has a lot of good ideas going for it.
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In Scream 4, a copycat of the Ghostface Killer targets Woodsboro teens just in time for Sidney Prescott’s (Neve Campbell) return to her hometown to promotes her book. Read Paolo’s review of Wes Craven latest slasher movie!
Horror movies and the creepy kid sub-genre are typically hit or miss on whether or not the overall film succeeds. This is nowhere as obvious as with Luke and Sam’s completely polar opposite reviews of Insidious, now out in theaters.
With Let Me In, Matt Reeves has created a superb re-adaptation of John Ajvide Lindqist’s novel, and respectfully acknowledges and certainly does justice to Thomas Alfredson’s outstanding Swedish language original adaptation, Let the Right One In (2008).
A film crew goes to a tropical island for an exotic location shoot and discovers a giant gorilla who takes a shine to the female blonde star Ann Darrow. Max Warning: The following review may contain SPOILERS.
The trailer for the low budget sci-fi Apollo 18 has finally debuted. Directed by the unknown Gonzalo López-Gallego, the movie is another one of those found-footage-type horror film that have become so popular with the success of films like The Blair Witch Project, Cloverfield and Paranormal Activities.
Scantily clad young men and women celebrating spring break on a lake until blood-thirsty piranhas appear out of nowhere to eat them alive. If this exploitation concept has you lusting for boobs and piranhas, then director Alexandre Aja’s Piranha is the movie for you.
Made on a $500,000 budget, Rubber is all sorts of awesome, revolving around a murderous rubber car tire that has the ability to make people explode… via telepathy. It will be available on Video on Demand February 25, 2011.
Someone needs to perform an exorcism on poor Sir Hopkins because clearly there’s a satanic madness in him that keeps drawing him to all these ghoulish roles. On that note and in the spirit of his next film The Rite, Rick lists his top five scariest Anthony Hopkins films.