When you’re in the mood for a gritty, urban action movie set in the seedy underbelly of Los Angeles, you could do much better than The Executioner Part II, a sequel for a movie that doesn’t actually exist.
The 7th annual Breakthroughs Film Festival is set to take place in Toronto at the Royal Cinema on June 15th and 16th, highlighting emerging female filmmakers from around the world.
If you liked the 1976 outlaw country music documentary Heartworn Highways, it is now available on home video, along with a new companion doc called Heartworn Highways Revisited.
Hello, fiends! It’s time for another Week In Horror. I hope everyone has enjoyed the long weekend and thanked a vet, if you had the chance. This week we’re looking at Halloween news, a GTD action figure, and lots more!
We take a gander at The Heart is a Rebel, a family drama from Billy Graham Ministries, and ponder the conundrum of reviewing faith-based films in a post-modern world.
Unlike Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams, I’m just not a game night person. However, I was into Game Night, which recently arrived on home video following a successful theatrical run.
Can a film that is rated 18A, based on a beloved comic book character, filled with violence, profanity, dismemberment and sex jokes really give an insightful look into the importance of family?
1983’s Mausoleum doesn’t make a lick of sense, but fans of old-school drive-in horror might find some enjoyment in its practical makeup effects and general silliness.
While The Devonsville Terror may look like another cheap video nasty from the 1980s, this movie has a lot to say about atrocious male attitudes towards women.
Is it possible for a movie based on a video game to be good? It is a question that always gets bandied about when a film is based on a beloved game title and the answer always seems to be a resounding no. Unfortunately, Rampage continues that trend.
Writer/director Zack Wilcox’s film Hunting Lands is a slow-burn character drama, full of tension, with few words spoken.
Spontaneous Combustion may not be the best Tobe Hooper film, but it feels like the one that most accurately bears his thumbprint.