There are plenty of movies out there that can satisfy your needs for plot, but those movies don’t have dinosaurs, monsters, or time vortexes. This movie does.
“How do we know, sir, what is dead? You come from the city. You cannot know the ways of the country.” –The Village Doctor, to the Judge.
“Whatever happened to Fay Wray?” were the immortal words sung by actor Tim Curry as Frank N. Furter in the all-time cult classic The Rocky Horror Picture Show.
Scalper is the latest movie from writer/director Chad Ferrin. A follow-up to his 2021 film Night Caller, it is a filthy and offensive affair.
First Time Caller is like Phone Booth (2002) meets Phenomenon (1996), only John Travolta is in serious need of some Fiber One cereal.
Nightmare On 34th Street is an absolute mixed bag of weird, dark, mean-spirited, twisted holiday delights. If you’re so inclined, give it a watch on VOD!
The 24-hour gas station in the middle of the night is one of the most unnerving places in the world. There’s rarely a good reason to be there.
[Barbara] Crampton plays Dr. Daniella Upton, a sympathetic psychiatrist who’s hoping she can figure out what has broken her colleague, Elizabeth.
I mean, for a short period of time, experts in the field of “Lochnessology” thought Nessy was just a giant dork, a.k.a. an actual whale’s penis.
You could argue The Curse of Willow Song is not a horror film. I would argue it’s not only that but it’s much, much more.