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I’m not sure why I never saw this flick in theaters with a more well known cast. The premise and the story are excellent and unique in the execution if not exactly original in the major plot points. This 2004 release, with writer/director Sheldon Wilson at the helm, begins when a blood soaked young man shows up at a small town sheriff’s office with a gory knife. It soon becomes clear that …Continue Reading...
Even with a nice build up, The Last Broadcast leaves viewers with an incompetent conclusion that ruins everything it had going for it. I try not to judge movies solely by their ending but I honestly can’t remember the last time I was this disappointed especially since the build-up to the climax is very good. I’ve seen plenty that were far worse but those movies were a little more self-conscious and didn’t …Continue Reading...
Sometimes, to use a time-worn cliche, less is more. Sadly, many mainstream American horror movies don’t take this idea to heart. Sometimes, the eerie, insidous fear of something unseen lurking in the closet– or the human consciousness– is more terrifying than lots of blood and gore and freaky CGI effects. In his 2003 psychological suspense film Janghwa, Hongryein (A Tale of Two Sisters), South Korean director Ji-woon Kim proves to be masterful …Continue Reading...
The Asphyx is a film that would have seemed quaint and harmless at the time of its release. It is one of a handful of films that represented the last dying stutters of the British cycle of gothic horror. At this point in time Hammer’s gothic milieu was playing second fiddle to nudity and lesbianism, but this subtle and affecting drama is refreshing in its total disavowal of the exploitation elements that …Continue Reading...
There’s something about killer clowns that seems to repel talent. There has been one killer-clown movie that wasn’t a complete disaster – IT – and it’s arguable whether it even constitutes a “movie” as it really was a miniseries. The rest have been S.I.C.K or Urban Massacre or Fear of Clowns and if you have ever had to watch even a single minute of one of those, you know how agonizingly terrible …Continue Reading...
In the 1960’s Roger Corman in conjunction with American International Pictures was creating his own brand of gothic horror. These films which were largely based on the short stories and poems of Edgar Allan Poe offered more psychological depth than the rival productions of England’s Hammer. Corman opted for a more delicate and finely balanced visual palette which mirrored the dreamy and hallucinatory nature of his films. Hammer’s merits lay in the …Continue Reading...
Clive Barker’s Books of Blood were originally released in six volumes during 1984 and 1985. Published by Sphere they were an impressive calling card and showed that Barker had an appreciation for the traditional aspects of horror fiction as well as an impulse to create something slightly different. The emphasis on perverse sexuality, sado-masochism (explored in more detail in Barker’s debut horror film Hellraiser (1987)) and graphic bodily violence showed him to …Continue Reading...
Stuart Gordon is a director that deserves an outstanding amount of praise for his contributions to horror in terms of his traditional influences in theatrical styles, character direction, signature color schemes, and metaphysical subject matters. Simply for the fact that most of Gordon’s films are loosely based on short stories by H.P. Lovecraft, these themes should not come to a surprise in any of his films. Worlds that are nearly …Continue Reading...
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PA made quite an impression on domestic audiences. The film cost $15,000 to shoot in just two weeks. How much did the film gross domestically? A little over 100 million! Well, it turns out that the film is becoming just as huge of a hit overseas. Within its opening week in countries such as the U.K and Germany, it raked in just a little over 35 million at box offices.
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