V/H/S/99 delivers a roller coaster of hellbent mayhem with five tales of paranormal, satanic, monstrous delight. A fun lights-off watch for the spooky season.
With dreadful acting and abrupt tonal shifts, the movie is akin to Pumpkinhead without the entertainment. Deer Camp ‘86 is a tortuous viewing experience…
Directed by Teresa Nvotová and written by Nvotová and Barbora Namerova, Nightsiren is another slow-burn style, filled with analysis of patriarchal oppression.
Filled with unexpected turns, Missing expands its thriller with drama, moments of levity, and a philosophical current regarding life and death.
Unidentified Objects focuses on the road trip themes of growth and shines as a poignant movie that makes you look inward and upward.
The music is sometimes dramatic, creating a camp atmosphere instead of horror, but the line between good and evil blurs. Everyone Will Burn is one of the few movies you root for the devil.
Adding onto the story that riveted audiences with more comedy, booming action, and world expansion, The Witch 2: The Other One surpasses the first film in…