We Summon the Darkness is a perfectly competent horror film.
The Invisible Man is a showcase for its writer-director’s obvious love and talent for genre cinema.
Stanley’s film eschews familiar threats for something indefinable.
The ideas are all there, but they’re wrapped up in a clumsily-configured storyline let down by its clichéd characterisations.
3 From Hell is that it doesn’t really have a substantial enough idea to justify returning to a decade-old franchise.
There’s nothing especially original about neo-slasher The Furies, but its purity sets it apart.
Halloween is only days away, and what better way to celebrate the occasion with a bevy of horror films at this year’s iteration of Monster Fest?
Horror comedies are hard. Ready or Not proves they don’t have to be.
Zombieland: Double Tap will sell tickets off the promise of exploding zombies and sarcastic asides. Thankfully, it has both in droves.
Ghost Town Anthology obliquely explores the sliver of seflishness at the core of grief.