While the ghost of Sadako is busy playing with the balls of a team of men in Japan, Stateside we haven't heard a thing about a third film in the American version of The Ring franchise. Until now.
In the four-plus years that I have been reviewing films, I've gained a reputation among my friends and fellow critics as someone with strong - and often negative - opinions of horror movies. My opinions about horror are often met with disdain, as the majority of my reviews within the genre tend to lean toward the negative.
The original Grave Encounters was a cinéma vérité-style flick for people who complain that nothing ever happens in a cinéma vérité-style flick. The film's ghosts are in abundance and creepy as hell.
More cinéma vérité-style undead mayhem is coming our way in the shape of Jordan L. Salkil's The Dead. Read on to find some footage and try and contain the infection. Like that could ever happen!
After debuting the first official poster for Area 407 last week, a second one has arrived, and of course we have it for you right here. The film will be available nationwide on IFC Midnight cable VOD and digital outlets and in select theaters on April 27, 2012.
So what's in a name? A lot if you read into it, and the title of the recently announced R-rated follow-up to the 2010 PG-13 film The Last Exorcism screams all kinds of craziness. Read on!
Here's the thing... you put monsters in anything, and you've immediately got our attention. Putting them in a found footage movie? Okay! Let us have it! Get ready to dig on an exclusive new one-sheet for Area 407!
Originally known as Tape 407, IFC has changed the name of this latest cinéma vérité fright fest to Area 407 and granted it an April 27th VOD and limited theatrical run. Read on for a new trailer and more!
Before we even begin, you've got to take your hat off to these guys for the catchy title. A recovered footage film that centers, at least partially, around bodiless feet washing up on the beach, called Severed Footage, not bad. Read on for the details.
A bit of new artwork and a short teaser video have come our way for the cinéma vérité style Bigfoot flick, The Lost Coast Tapes, and in the interest of science we've decided to share them ... right after we take a plaster cast of the evidence, that is.
Some really interesting news coming out of Paramount to kick off your Easter weekend. Not only is the Paranormal Activity crew working on the fourth entry into the franchise, but there's a Latino-flavored offshoot in the works as well.
There's no doubt about it. ABC's journey down "The River" was a rocky one. The freshman show definitely traversed some peaks and valleys, but in the end it got a lot more right than it did wrong. So with the first season wrapped, the question beckons... When can we expect the DVD?
You know what kills me? Around 6 months ago me and the gang were sitting around talking about making a horror series using webcams and camera phones. Of course we never got around to doing it, but it was only a matter of time before someone did.
Another teaser trailer for The Upper Footage (formerly Upper) came our way today and it is every bit as weird and mysterious as the last. Check it out!
More quick casting news coming in for the latest cinéma vérité style werewolf flick, Wer. Read on for the latest and stay off of the moors.