It’s endlessly fascinating to see the reactions to found footage movies. They’re often seen as a cheap method of making a horror movie, that ends up feeling contrived. When a found-footage movie does things right, however, glorious things can happen.
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The director of Project Almanac tells how he conceived the found-footage time travel tale.
Who says “posted to the Internet” any more?
I’m all for mummies being scarier that Arnold Vosloo with CGI acne, but…
If you must see Into The Storm, you’ll want to see it on a big screen with good sound, as the only charms it has are ones that will dissipate as quickly as clouds on a hot day the smaller your viewscreen gets.
When I see a trailer that implies Wall-E and Eve finally had sex and gave birth to Bubo from Clash of the Titans, my interest is piqued.
I can’t help thinking that Christian horror movies really take away the wrong lessons sometimes.
Man, I knew The Purge was a runaway success, but I never expected National Geographic Channel to be the first on that particular bandwagon.
War of the Worlds is one of those movies they keep re-making, but never faithfully. While we wait for the inevitable filmed version of the musical, there’s a Blair Witch-style take opening this weekend in very limited release, hoping for Oscar qualification (hey, dream the impossible dream, right?). And by very limited I mean one theater. In Pasadena.
One, two, Moffat’s coming for you Three, four, his rip-offs are a bore Five, six,…