All in all, this is the sort of fun content we love to see when it comes to mixing horror and comedy, much more amusing fair than the repetitious spoof-type films clogging up the genre.
With any number of horrors lurking in the dark of the city, the viewer is left to decide if the increasing sense of suffocation and certainty that someone else is out there in the dark are the warnings of an imminent attack or simply and machinations of a broken mind.
Once isolated at the snowy manor, Edith begins to see that her marriage to Thomas holds more mysteries than she might ever have thought.
M. Night Shyamalan is a fairly polarizing filmmaker. After the groundbreaking twist ending to his 1999 film The Sixth Sense, his films have nearly all tried to recreate the shocking finale that made him famous, […]
So JARVIS shows up at a desert diner populated by Private Practice’s Addison, Supernatural’s Jessica Moore, NCIS: New Orlean’s LaSalle, Roc, Remy McSwain, and more. Waiting for the punchline? Well, keep waiting. This diner is […]
It is with great regret we report to you that The New Neighbor, a horror film that had been funded via two separate Kickstarter campaigns and helmed by former horror blogger Brandon Sites, is panning […]
Whispers of a major television series based on the Hellblazer comics hit the web fairly early on in the series’ development and set hopes high for an adaptation loyal to the source material. The comic’s […]