The public cried out for a sequel to Halloween, and John Carpenter and Debra Hill answered, giving us one of the most progressive sequels in a horror franchise in Halloween 2.
A tale of passion, jealousy, and some pretty wild sexual organs: Frank Henenlotter, director of Basket Case, Brain Damage, and Frankenhooker fame returns to horror cinema with Bad Biology.
It’s October, and you know what that means. Halloween, the season of horror, is upon…
In 1978, John Carpenter and Debra Hill merged film noir with the slasher genre to create horror movie history with Halloween.
The underground horror masses screamed, “Thrill me!” Hollywood delivered, with the DVD release of one of cult horror’s best kept secrets, Night of the Creeps.
The hilarity of Office Space. The insanity of Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Severance gives us both.
What happens when you attach Tim Burton’s name and production style to a movie? A lot of hope, followed by a lot of heart-ache in the movie 9.
When you put the phrases “Tim Burton” and “Alice In Wonderland” together, certain trippy expectations arise for a movie.
Anthony Hopkins; Benicio Del Toro; decades of improvement for transformational effects. What could possibly go wrong for the 2010 adaptation of The Wolfman?
Genetic engineering; drama; love; NERD references; weird bald women with dangerous tail-looking things. Welcome to the world of Splice, the horror comedy of the year.