Doom Room, despite the rhyming title and the appearance of being a Saw or Hostel-type torture fest, has higher things in mind and an existential mystery at its core. Plus the three B’s.
Ben Nagy reviews ‘Greystone Park’: Three people go into an abandoned asylum, one has a camera — what could go wrong?
Greyston Park’s setting is creepy enough, but the restrictions of the found-footage format get in the way of some interesting ideas that could have been expanded.
Family Possessions builds up potential as both a haunted house flick and as a slasher mystery, but despite its buildup, the flick can’t quite get the payoff audiences are looking for.
Hi-Death, the second anthology film put out by Nightfall Pictures, which has every necessary element that we Drive-In Mutants are in the game for.
Jack Frost, the second feature in Joe Bob’s Red Christmas, was in a class all by itself and features a carrot coin into a very sensitive area (we think).
A man of many costumes stalks Holland Price (Brad Loree) with the intent of making him suffer for something his grandfather did long ago.
Edgar Allan Poe’s Annabel Lee brings the writer’s poem to modern times as a painter stumbles upon a coastal mystery.
Yeah, I’m gonna glue my eyeballs to the old Clinton RoadI’m gonna watch ’til I can’t no more Ice-T plays an exposition-delivering night club owner and we get six clueless people wandering around the woods near where this guy’s wife disappeared in a quest for the dreaded “closure” for himself and his missing wife’s sister […]
My daughter (she’s in second grade) went through a period where she was terrified of killer dolls, and it didn’t help that her older brother was talking up the Child’s Play flicks and The Con-juring (I spell it like that because that’s how he pronounced it, no editorializing intended) to increase her terror. She got […]
The new kid in the neighborhood with a violent past struggles to fit in with everyone else in Midnight Runner, a movie that’s reminiscent of Nicolas Winding Refn’s Drive, with a synthesizer-fueled soundtrack but a lot younger cast. Ian (Ben Weinswig) had an incident six years ago that landed him in juvenile detention – his […]