I’m not sure what circumstances prompted the Twisted Pictures folks to revive their mascot…but I can’t say Jigsaw’s return isn’t timely.
When contrasted against last year’s similarly-themed (but far more original) Pet, Berlin Syndrome seems especially disappointing.
The Blackcoat’s Daughter completes an unholy trinity of horror classics that are as viscerally punishing as they are challenging in their boundary-pushing intelligence.
With A Cure for Wellness, Verbinski goes all out in an epic-length exploration of madness and the macabre.
Sun Choke is a horror film hiding behind the mask of an extremely efficient suspense thriller.
Despite the paradoxical gruesomeness and “what if?” curiosity of the premise itself, the entirety of The Purge series has possessed a through-line of altruism and nobility.
The notion of a church being the last outpost for humanity has seldom been as chilling as it is in Red State.
As far as the plot goes, House on Sorority Row did it first, and with a more endearing bizarro spirit.