Haunted Mansion comes so close to being good that it’s honestly infuriating that it comes up short. It’s frankly annoying.
Talk to Me is a lot of unsettling fun.
Director Samuel Bodin and writer Chris Thomas Devlin may not do anything terribly new or original with their visceral shocker Cobweb, but their exceedingly confident production still manages to entertain.
Evil Dead Rise is so much goofy, gory, and – most of all – groovy fun.
There’s good, oftentimes scary stuff hiding in The Boogeyman’s darkness, all of which helps make this summertime horror offering more treat than trick.
Eternal beauty comes with a price – Vincent Price – in the House of Wax, a timeless gothic 3-D horror masterpiece celebrating its 70th anniversary
Anyone walking into Evil Dead Rises should hopefully know what they’re getting themselves into.
Cage’s Wagnerian theatricality as Dracula is enough to warrant the ticket price all by itself. Watching him sink his teeth into Renfield with such malevolent relish is a deliciously debauched feast worth gorging on.
Ghostface’s assault on the Big Apple is a good one. Scream VI shows there’s still life in this series, and now that a new generation has been given control of the story, I’m curious to see where things go next.