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Never before has a security personnel had this much unrestrained power. Jericho Cane – a former cop now working in private security – storms through End of Days with less check and balances than the president, entering crime scenes, stealing and hiding evidence from the police and conducting his own investigation of key witnesses without ever more than a cursory comment from the deputy. At the start of a film, Cane hangs …Continue Reading...
One thing is certain about Judith: A Halloween Tribute Short Film– the creative voices behind the film are passionate about John Carpenter’s 1978 horror classic. This short film is a labor of love by director/producer/cameraman Josh Hasty and writer Kenny Caperton. Not only is the unique camera style from the original Halloween replicated, but the entire story is filmed in the same home where the classic film took place. Judith is meant to offer …Continue Reading...
Italian journeyman filmmaker Antonio Margheriti certainly knows how to churn out a decent genre B movie. Like the majority of directors working in popular Italian cinema during the 1960’s, 70’s and 80’s Margheriti (who often used the nom de plume Anthony M. Dawson) had a high degree of skill in switching genres. He’s pretty much done it all – from Mario Bava inspired gothic horror like Horror Castle (1963) and Castle of …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...
Lars Von Trier really wants you to know that Anti-Christ is his film–even before we get the title of the movie, von Trier’s name is written across the screen in a hasty, messy scrawl. Von Trier is known for his punishing, gritty independent films, films in which women are usually subjected to all kinds of horrors: in Breaking the Waves, a spunky Emily Watson had to have sex with random men to …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...
I still remember my first time on a rollercoaster. It was at a Six Flags near Chicago in 2000 and the ride was called “Shockwave”. The monstrous blue coils near the entrance (forming a total of seven inversions) were scary enough from the car park, but none of the heckling from my cousins or the grainy rollercoaster videos I’d seen could have prepared me for what I was in for. I screamed …Continue Reading...
You know exactly what you’re going to get with this movie just by looking at the DVD cover, but the cheesy title belies the fact that Alien Raiders is a pretty decent low-budget monster flick. It has no pretensions about what it’s trying to accomplish and succeeds at providing the basics for a nice little movie that promises to entertain even if it does little else.
Discerning viewers will find plenty of flaws …
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...
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Neil Marshall steps aside, but not completely off the film set, for this much anticipated sequel. The original Descent was directed by Mr. Marshall, and while he’s producing the sequel, the editor of the first installment has given the film a go as director. Even though this is Jon Harris’s directorial debut, expect much of the same in respects to the brutal carnage, claustrophobic dwellings, and fast paced action.
Sarah finds herself returning …
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.
So what does …