Not since the first Insidious has a movie been as genuinely terrifying as Lights Out. The film will scare you and probably make you think twice before turning off your nightstand lamp at night.
When you’re a big movie star, people expect great things from you; Kevin Hart knows this all too well like Dwayne Johnson. And while his last few movies haven’t lived up to expectations (Ride Along 1 and 2, Get Hard, The Wedding Ringer) Central Intelligence does
With regards to the newest X-Men movie, “X-Men: Apocalypse,” this author will temporarily switch off his bias against Fox and admiration for Marvel Studios.
What can I say? I’ve seen the movie. Not sure why Asia has to be first, but I’ve seen the most anticipated superhero movie of the year, Captain America: Civil War. While I’m dying to dive into details, I’d rather not spoil the movie but make your mouths water instead.
In “10 Cloverfield Lane,” it’s not the monsters that will kill you’ it’s the overwhelming paranoia that can arise from claustrophobic situations that will do the deed with more horror and suspense.
Ideally, the title of this movie should actually be “The Urban Legend of Thomson” rather than "The Legend of Barney Thomson." While it is a very macabre comedy, it does fall into the category of those sort of true horror stories that are shared among friends and neighbors.
After just a few minutes of Embrace of the Serpent, Ciro Guerra introduces you to three of the four main characters, as well as introducing them to each other. The film is beautifully shot in black and white images of the Amazonian jungle
Luckily The Witch, a new indie horror movie, has enough to make you believe scary horror movies still exist.
There are times when a piece of cinema touches us on an incredibly personal level and becomes something almost real to us. This time, the movie that does that is “Glassland,” the latest movie by Gerard Barrett.