The first King-based horror film to not feature a strong supernatural element, Cujo threatens the viewer on more than the visceral level of watching a mother and her young son trapped in a dead car as they attempt to survive an attack by a rabid dog.
Love Me Not is a thrilling insight into the need to be loved and the ultimate failure to accept rejection.
Stalk is a polished piece, masterfully produced and directed. Viewers will be immediately interested in what’s happening after the title disappears.
If John Carpenter, David Zucker, and the cast of Saturday Night Live had a baby, you might expect the little bundle of joy to be […]
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The current horror renaissance on television and at the movies is a double-edged sword. Historically, horror surges in popularity when things get tough for people […]
Everyone’s had those daydreams. You know the ones I mean. They might start out with just a couple of folks chatting about their favorite “bad […]
As modern human beings, especially those of us who live “first world” lifestyles, we can be selfish and self-absorbed. We get comfortable in our daily […]
If Edgar Allan Poe had written The Tell-Tale Heart in the 21st century, he might have taken a cue from the culture of the days […]
Full disclosure: I am not a big fan of found footage films. I will admit to having been sucked in by the original viral marketing […]