posted by Texas's Frisco Kid
The monstrosity of America in early 1970s? “It’s Alive” in Larry Cohen’s classic 1974 exploitation film!
posted by Jonny Numb
When repetition is the name of the game – and your film isn’t Run Lola Run – it’s not an encouraging sign.
We get some ghost-vomit, sure, but it’s contextual ghost-vomit.
It’s Lord of the Flies with suits and ties.
posted by kmcd1
Reading THE HOBBSBURG HORROR, I hear Thomas Flowers’ voice. I can see his influences, mostly because they are mine too, but I hear HIM. Underneath the supernatural in this story collection are real ghosts and demons.
The original may not be the best, but it remains the most cinematic of the series.
While the inevitable comparisons between Blair’s directorial debut and the Saulnier pictures in which he appears might find Blair’s film lacking, it’s really a case of ‘apples and oranges.’
With A Cure for Wellness, Verbinski goes all out in an epic-length exploration of madness and the macabre.
Almost unbearably bleak, Dead Ringers is an endurance test – just not in the way most Cronenberg faithful will expect.
The Monster never goes far enough in its themes and character arcs to land with any real impact.
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