SeeÂ Top 25Â Best Serial Killer Movies of All Time – Part 1
13- Jennifer Eight (1992) This is one of those classic serial killer films that came earlier than the others. A serial killer of blind girls, now there’s an interesting concept. This [...]
SYNOPSIS: After a hit and run that claims his brother’s life, Eli spirals into paranoia and depression until he begins to believe that his brother will return from the dead to take the lives of those responsible for his death. Eli confronts Brandon, the jock at his high school who is believed to be behind the wheel that tragic night. The resulting altercation sets Eli in front of the school’s guidance councilor, Jessie, while Brandon … Continue reading
SYNOPSIS: Set during a single horrific day and night at a high school, a guidance counselor (Barton), the school principal (Duncan) and local police officer (Sawa), must save the lives of several trapped students before a paranormal entity kills them all.
SYNOPSIS: young couple find themselves in an unnerving situation with a mysterious stalker. REVIEW: Contrary to opinion, this is not quite a found-footage film – 388 Arletta Avenue can best be described in one short sentence as a voyeuristic verite movie. Imagine Peeping Tom if it were based primarily and predominantly around the subjective camera. Itâ€™s not a new concept created by writer/director Randall Cole, but it has scarcely been used beyond cult level. And … Continue reading
SYNOPSIS: After a teenager has a terrifying vision of him and his friends dying in a plane crash, he prevents the accident only to have Death hunt them down, one by one. REVIEW: From the initial scenes of thunder and lightning accompanied by the opening bars of the suspense driven soundtrack you know what to expect. The casual horror film viewer will tense in anticipation; the seasoned will suppress a knowing smile. Immediately you are … Continue reading
We have new details for a movie coming up called 388 Areletta Avenue :). I don’t understand the emoticon at the end of that title but am hoping the movie explains it. Otherwise it’s just stupid. Still could be if the explanation is weak. I am getting sidetracked though. The movie has some real talent in it. You have got Nick Stahl (Sin City, Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, Mirrors 2), Mia Kirshner (The … Continue reading