An engaging and at times shocking spiral into the cynical, hilarious, and even unhinged parts of contemporary obsession.
Horror fans will find a lot to like in the way this film plays with the usual tropes and ’80s horror cliches, but it is ultimately uneven in its direction and mood.
A great looking film that sticks to the camp of the successful ’70s series for better or worse.
A slow-burning sci-fi journey through time travel that makes viewers wish that they had stayed in their same time zone.
A tense thriller that finds a man on the verge of losing his mind when his family goes missing at a hospital where his daughter was being treated for a fractured arm.
Can this sequel to the ‘Tokyo Ghoul’ live-action film live up to the expectations for this dark horror franchise?
A confused monster/thriller will leave you wondering if it’s about a man possessed or simply a pedophile monstrous urges.
Our latest classic film review from Marialena is of this visually stunning cult favorite supernatural neo-noir.
A brutal and kinetically-injected “found footage” horror film dealing in the violence of humans more than the supernatural.
A considerably improved installment in the ‘Into The Dark’ anthology series that poses some questions about what makes us human