Posts Tagged ‘Horror film

Shadow (2009) Budgeted at a million euros, directed by Frederico Zampaglione, Italian psychological horror flick Shadow is the second film under this director’s belt. The film is not rated, but if it were made in the good ol’ USA, it would have been rated R due to its bizarre torture scenes and swearing. But that [...]

The Last Exorcism falls short but gets an A+ for creepy. Considering this film is produced by Eli Roth, one would expect his influence to add the usual gruesome torture porn we’ve come to expect from him. Contrary to this notion, The Last Exorcism is a slow paced documentary style film that builds with suspense [...]

Isolation Set on a remote Irish farm, Isolation (directed and written by Billy O’Brien) tells the horrific sci-fi tale of what happens when humans try to screw with Mother Nature for their benefit. Farmer Dan Reilly (John Lynch) is allowing a scientist to inject his pregnant cow with special hormones as part of an experiment to [...]

Stephen King‘s stories, make for great films, such as Carrie, Shawshank Redemption, The Shining, and Stand By Me. One such tale that I believe should have gotten more fanfare upon it’s release in 2007 is The Mist. It is truly a gem of a horror film, which ranks amongst one Stephen King’s best book-to-film adaptations. [...]

After the heart wrenching circumstances of losing their son, a grieving couple, played by Willem Defoe and Charlotte Gainsbourg, take refuge in their cabin in the woods, where they encounter bizarre occurences. The film is broken down into four parts: prologue, chapter one through three, and epilogue. Review: The opening prologue is like a cinematic opera-ballet. [...]

When eight students head into the mountains for Easter break at an isolated cabin in the woods, a strange man proceeds to tell them the horrible tale of a Nazi group, who during World War II, were notorious for causing murder, mayhem and dabbling in stealing treasures not too far from their current location. They [...]

The opening scene plays out visually through the eyes of ‘something’ being born. Stuck in a womb, it cannot come out by itself and it is slipping in and out of consciousness. Through this vision, we experience what it would be like if we were aware of our birth and I give props to director [...]


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