More grim drama than pure horror film, Neil Marshall's latest targets human cruelty and fear.
Like fun? Enjoy 'Creepshow?' You'll want to check out this gruesomely entertaining horror anthology.
It's more 'Escape from L.A.' than 'Escape from New York,' but there are fun thrills to be had here.
Katja Herbers is all of us as a woman dealing with online abuse in a bloody, cathartic way.
Both timeless and of this exact time, Amy Seimetz's latest blends anxiety and cosmic horror into a haunting and dryly funny cocktail.
Director Andrew Traucki is now three for three when it comes to tense and terrifying animal-attack movies.
Al Adamson was something special, and now he's gotten a Blu-ray box set to memorialize both the man and his work.
Gina Prince-Bythewood flexes new muscles while Charlize Theron beats bad guys bloody with her own.
Both sides are bad, apparently, and Rose Byrne remains the only good thing.
The structure of the episode is obvious at times, but BMO remains uniquely delightful.