Lively, hilarious, and energetic, Freaky conquers the slasher genre with a great premise and self-aware social consciousness.
Tag: Scream Factory
Choosing its own path, Dawn of the Dead's remake alters the theme for a post-9/11 world, but lacks the same punch.
Piranha is crude, fun b-level exploitation with a wicked conspiratorial streak to boot.
Creepy and haunting, Post Mortem is a well-done atmospheric ghost chiller from Europe set during World War I.
Hysterical masculine fantasy, Army of Darkness is peak horror comedy with as much tribute to geekdom as it is a celebration of action cliches.
Dog Soldiers doesn't have the energy to sustain its runtime, but the viciousness and violence break the dull bits successfully.
A lousy, hastily conceived sequel, Child's Play 3 is a meandering dud even at its best.
While all about the kills, Child's Play 2 at least employs a smart perspective while the murder spree breaks out.
A clever, lasting satire on Saturday morning TV and toy culture, Child Play's ludicrous premise holds up because the theme is so ingrained.
Capably presenting the doubt, the mystery, and the tension of the unexplainable, Fire in the Sky is an interesting one-sided take on UFO mythos.
Sloppy and unfocused, Lifeforce's hybrid of British sci-fi and horror finds its best when being outlandishly visual.
The Craft is a work of pure '90s teen rebellion, concentrated in Goth culture, saved by the stellar cast.