Filled with suffocating dread and a kiss of impending doom, She Dies Tomorrow asks an awfully big question of an ever increasing number of people. Speculative fiction is a tough genre to summarize, as its borders are a bit fuzzier than others. Typically, these stories can be boiled down to asking a single big question […]
Pet Sematary's menacing new trailer takes pleasure in freaking you out.
“The Gate” gives us an action-packed conclusion to the eldritch horrors of Stranger Things 2 – and some time to decompress with the gang as they come to terms with getting older.
All roads to lead to the Hawkins Lab in Chapter Eight of Stranger Things and we finally get to see the players reunited against the growing evil threatening to take over the world.
When you’re from a small town and you don’t fit in, nothing can be more liberating than a trip to the big city.
“The Spy” gets to the heart of the issue, whether it’s a version of the truth, an apology, a confession, a resolution of long-running sexual tension, or the warfare tactics of a giant shadow monster.
Dig Dug is all about growing up and getting out of town, whether that means visiting your mama or turning Upside Down.
Indie horror darling Ti West branches out somewhat with The Sacrament, a fictionalized Vice Magazine styled fount footage retelling of The Jonestown Massacre, and for the most part it works wonderfully.
The Sacrament Vanguard Director: Ti West Strangely the most commercial and smartest and thoughtful film yet from Ti West (House of the Devil, The Inkeepers), The Sacrament terrifies simply by feeling as realistically as possible. A Vice magazine reporter and his cameraman (AJ Bowen and Joe Swanberg, respectively) follow a photographer (Kentucker Audley) to document […]
Much like Scream did almost 20 years ago now, You’re Next resurrects the oft derided slasher genre with demented, witty, and terrifying glee.
Buried deep within layers of overly analyzed obfuscation and mixed metaphors, there's a genuinely sweet story inside of Primer director Shane Carruth's Upstream Color that he just can't quite get a handle on. And yet, that's part of what makes it so interesting in the first place.