BHFF selection ‘Empathy, Inc.’ overcomes its budget limitation by focusing on character to tell its virtual reality horror story.
‘The Book of Birdie’ is a mystical horror fantasy, dripping with blood, but not in the way most genre horror fans would expect.
Venom suffers from a slow start, but once the film gets rolling in the second act, it becomes a fun and entertaining addition to the superhero genre.
Can Evrenol is nothing if not a student of the horror game, and his new film Housewife plays out like a highlight reel of his influences.
In this instalment of 31 Days of Horror, Nicolas Cage expert Lindsay Gibb looks at the actor’s latest foray into the horror genre, Mandy.
Killing is a movie featuring samurais that isn’t so much of a samurai movie as it is a Shinya Tsukamoto movie that has samurais in it.
Set in the early days of the American frontier, The Wind feels like an intriguing short stretched out to feature film length.
Writer-director Jeremy Saulnier is behind three of the greatest films of the past five years: Blue Ruin, Green Room and, now, Hold the Dark.
This week at BBP we’re counting down to the release of Shane Black’s The Predator by examining the history of the franchise. Today I’m going to look at Predator 2, one of the least loved sequels in history.
With In Fabric, Peter Strickland has created a deliriously lavish work that’s certainly a highlight of his growing collection.
While Ocean’s 8 is fairly familiar heist territory from a story perspective, the film is extremely watchable thanks to the performances from all the leads
Just because a movie is a monster hit at the box office doesn’t mean it is good, and nothing this year proves that quite like ‘The Nun.’