Found-footage filmmaking revisited
Film is available to rent with proceeds going to local arthouse theaters.
Elisabeth Moss elevates material with riveting performance.
New American remake of J-Horror franchise is a curse
In her review, Mercy talks King, while reflecting on the Kubrick adaptation that preceded this one.
Bring on the zombies! It’s time to nut up or shut up!
A must for collectors, new marathon documentary deep dives into the decade that horror came alive.
Reviews of Tigers are not Afraid; Ms. Purple; and Spider Mites of Jesus.
It returns, but does it continue the goodwill of the first film?
PG-13 horror film feels both familiar and out of place.