What the Fest!? Three Reviews from This Year’s NYC-Set Genre Film Festival

We review The Unthinkable, Darlin', and Body at Brighton Rock.

‘Depraved’ Review: Larry Fessenden’s ‘Frankenstein on the Hudson’

The legendary New York filmmaker's latest masterwork explores the father/son dynamic of Mary Shelley’s timeless classic.

‘The Act’ Review: The Truth is Strange Enough

If you've seen the documentary 'Mommy Dead and Dearest,' you know the story, but now you get to see it…

‘Triple Threat’ Review: Action Stars Double Down on One Killer Third Act

It takes its sweet damn time getting there, but once the fists start flying you're reminded why these guys are…

‘Snatchers’ Review: Say Hello to Your Morning Laughter Pill

Filmmakers Stephen Cedars and Benji Kleiman deliver a hilarious and gory romp that will leave you smiling.

‘The Curse of La Llorona’ Review: Someone Saw ‘The Conjuring’ But Forgot to Take Notes

Turns out the real curse were the generic and bland scares we met along the way.

‘Villains’ Review: Come For the Violent Parody, Stay for Jeffrey Donovan

Dan Berk and Robert Olsen's latest film takes messy, fun aim at movies like Blue Velvet, Wild at Heart and…

‘The Highwaymen’ Review: Another Overlong Netflix Movie

As a Kevin Costner vehicle, 'The Highwaymen' has its moments, but the mix of revisionist law enforcement history and crippling…

‘Pet Sematary’ Review: Sometimes, The Original Is Better

The lead performances are greatly improved, but the horror of it all leaves a lot to be desired.