To celebrate the 10-year anniversary of Neil Marshall’s The Descent (2005), we have posted a retrospective review. Note that this has nothing to do with the 1999 novel The Descent, written by Jeff Long, though we recently reviewed that as well. Regardless, read our review to see why we still consider The Descent to be … Continue reading
So, is The Woman in Black 2 as good as its predecessor? No, of course it isn’t. Don’t be stupid. But that having been said, it is actually not a bad film, taken on its own merits. Read our review to learn more about it, and discover whether it or not it … Continue reading
… and no, it has nothing to do with the 2005 movie of the same name, although perhaps we’ll review that next. Read our review of Jeff Long’s The Descent to find out why this lesser known genre-bending horror tale is an under-rated and epic classic.
Directed by: Jalmari Helander Production Company: Cinet, Pomor Films Starring: Onni Tommila, Jorma Tommila Release Date: December 3, 2010 Runtime: 84 minutes. Rating: R So apparently, hundreds of years ago in Finland, the Sami, a nomadic tribe of reindeer herders had to … Continue reading
We’re back, and just in time for the Holidays! So let’s get you in the Christmas spirit with our review of Black Christmas, the 1974 horror film directed by Bob Clark, who brought us the otherwise un-horrific A Christmas Story. Both are Christmas classics in their own way, but in Black Christmas, shooting your eye … Continue reading
We’ve just posted a review for Square Enix’s Murdered: Soul Suspect, a new game for PC, XBox 360, XBox One, Playstation 3, and Playstation 4. It is the heartwarming tale of a scrappy young police officer who is brutally murdered and must hunt down his killer from the afterlife. Well, … Continue reading
Check out our review of Wake Wood, the first full-length release from the recently reestablished classic British horror film company, Hammer. Read the review to see if they live up to their legacy.