The survivors from A Quiet Place continue their fight for survival as they venture into the outside world and discover new threats.
Doug Tilley reviews Charles Band's 3D post-apocalyptic horror film Parasite (1982) as part of his Empire International Pictures retrospective.
As we head into the final weekend of the 18th annual Worldwide Short Film Festival, Brandon Bastaldo and Jenna Hossack take a look at some of the great programs taking place during the WSFF's stacked final weekend.
There might not be a more colossal misfire this year than Creature. That’s not to say that it’s the worst horror film of the year. but there are a few things worth recommending in this tale of a monster living in the Louisiana bayou. Worst of all, Creature feels no need to overcome its shortcomings by at least being fun. There’s very little joy to be had in how bad this film is.
Until recently, I was always impressed with the diversity and ferocity of movie monsters. Monster movies, action, horror – these genres spawned some pretty out-of-this-world and hungry creatures, including xenomorphs from Aliens, colossal crab-praying mantis’ from Cloverfield, and, of course, the giant St. Bernard from The Sandlot. Go back even further and you’ve got classics […]