In 2018's "Hereditary," a family struggles to come to terms with the death of their grandmother. However, they are soon haunted by more than grief.
As a horror fan, I really wanted to like "High-Rise Invasion." However, despite the show’s promising start it wasn’t long before everything imploded.
Sugar Apple Fairy Tale isn’t the worst love story I’ve seen, but it could have been better.
Largely unnoticed during its release in winter 2020, it’s probably a good thing Babylon flew under most people’s radar.
Ever wished you could watch a topless girl, covered in blood, scale a laundry chute? If so, then 2008’s "Insanitarium" is for you.
If you are considering becoming a Brightspeed customer, don't waste your money.
"Thanatomorphose" is one of those movies which will leave your head spinning and stomach churning, but for all the wrong reasons.
Guy is happy to sit out the apocalypse until his wife pressures him to kill zombies—according to IMDb, anyway. While not as badass as you might expect from the summary, "Better Off Zed" will make you laugh even as it challenges your perspective on civilization (or the lack thereof).
Snow Falls is one of those movies you start watching on a slow day, hoping it will be a good way to pass the time—only to realize that watching paint dry would have been more entertaining.
The best place to fall for someone—according to anime logic, anyway—is at school, where teenagers must battle homework, hormones, and the heart-pounding excitement of love.
2017’s "Mercy Christmas" is a movie no one asked for—and the results are as disappointing as you might expect.
If you aren't in the mood to waste time searching for a spooky show, I’ve got just the list for you! There’s something for everyone, from those who prefer psychological scares to viewers who like their tales of terror soaked with blood.
With its bizarre body horror, kooky characters, and disjointed plot, “Body Melt” makes a compelling argument for why some ideas should never see the light of day (or the big screen).
Even before the events of the final episode of the anime, “School Days” had more than enough twists to leave you wondering what the hell you just watched.
It may be old, but Ridley Scott’s masterpiece "Alien" (1979) is a classic for a reason.
"Skinner" (1993) chronicles the exploits of a bumbling serial killer. See why it's more comedic than scary.
"Christmas Evil" does its best to cast Santa in a sinister new light, though it ultimately fails to redefine the jolly man with the long, white beard.
Diane Mahree, Tom Neyman, and others star in “Manos: The Hands of Fate." If it weren’t for films like “Manos,” the horror genre would be a lot less entertaining.
"Freakshow" is a bizarre, exploitative flick which isn’t bad enough to be entertaining and not good enough to make it worth your while.
Despite its unimpressive title, "Dolls" isn’t quite as bad as it sounds.
Though "Microwave Massacre" is billed as a comedy, I never felt the urge to laugh.
Though it has the occasional moment of self-awareness, "Zoombies" is infected with unlikable characters, second-rate special effects, and enough plot holes to herd an elephant through.
With its wooden acting, stilted dialogue, and hilarious fight scenes (not to mention the puppets themselves), "Puppet Master" has something for everyone to hate.
Though “Mansion of the Doomed” does its best to create a spooky atmosphere, it’s more goofy than scary.
While “Mulberry Street” probably won’t keep you up at night, its well-developed characters and insightful observations on the effects of gentrification make it worth the watch.
“V/H/S/94” (2021) delivers a clear and compelling message which will resonate with viewers long after the credits roll.
"Killer Klowns from Outer Space" is a psychedelic and entertaining ride. Just keep your expectations realistic.
“The Video Dead” may be a comedy, but it's difficult to believe that the ridiculous dialogue and impractical scenarios were all deliberately contrived. Still, the film is mindless, nostalgic fun--as long as you don't think too hard.
While The Possession of Michael King exhibits many of the cliches common in films featuring demon possession, the movie’s sympathetic protagonist and realistic portrayal of occult practices render it a worthy addition to the found footage genre.
Although I admit I’ve seen worse, I wouldn’t recommend "The Advent Calendar" unless you’re looking to waste ninety minutes of your life.
While Awoken falls short of revolutionizing the horror genre, the film is worth watching for its fresh take on an old trope.
Despite its unique premise and tongue-in-cheek humor, ultimately Freaky is hindered by the very stereotypes it attempts to subvert.
Teen romance meets outbreak in this unconventional approach to the pandemic genre.
While 2021’s Deep House has potential, ultimately the film is hampered by static, unlikable characters.
Silent Hill reminds us that even though the truth hurts, failing to acknowledge it is much far worse.
The 2013 version of Evil Dead is a light-hearted yet bloody romp which balances scary scenes with much-needed moments of levity.
Starry Eyes is an eerie, carefully crafted meditation on ambition and the lengths people will go to get what they want.
While horror movies aren't normally the best place to learn about relationships, The Crazies and 30 Days of Night highlight the power of love as well as its ability to overcome even the most challenging situations.
Hanna Bergholm’s Hatching is a skillful meditation on dysfunctional family relationships, puberty, and infidelity.
Horror films such as John Carpenter's Halloween are a prime example of modern misconceptions about mental illness.
As Officer Daniel discovers during his nightly patrol, sometimes the hospital is the most dangerous place to be...
Virus-32 combines visceral violence and compelling characters to create a fresh take on the pandemic genre.
Sometimes, family bonds have to be broken.
Tales of Halloween presents ten tales ranging from the horrifying to the hilarious.
With its unconventional setting and likeable protagonist, The Descent is an excellent addition to the monster movie genre.
Tucker and Dale vs. Evil is a bloody yet heartwarming tale about judging others based on merit rather than appearances.
While Quarantine 2 is no cinematic masterpiece, it does provide a unique perspective on the zombie outbreak.
The Taking of Deborah Logan is an unsettling, yet compassionate portrayal of the suffering caused by Alzheimer's disease.
2002's Resident Evil is an action-packed, irreverent take on the zombie genre.
Oculus may not have reinvented the haunted house genre, but it's still worth the watch.