The final moments of Elevator Game are a disaster.
A Haunting in Venice is cracking good fun.
Much like its 2018 predecessor, The Nun II plays out like an old-school horror effort from the 1960s, only this time a little less creatively imaginative and tonally unhinged.
Christopher Lee battles the Angel of Death and other supernatural adversaries in Hammer’s essential The Devil Rides Out
The Last Voyage of the Demeter is a great deal of insidious fun, and I have a sneaky suspicion that my fondness for it will only grow as I return to it again and again over the coming years.
While there are undeniable instances of magic, there are just as many unintentionally laughable ones right along with them.
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.