Results tagged with 'horror movies'
Published Aug. 31, 2014
That's it. I've had it. I've had enough. Game over, man, game over. Sure, there was a time when found footage was a fun novelty, back in the original days of "Cloverfield" and the first couple of "Paranormal Activity" films. But now, movies like "As Above, So Below" just show what a waste the gimmick truly is.
Published May 15, 2013
Michael Viers is a horror movie junkie, but his upcoming project, "Love You Still," is less boogeyman and more "Old Man and the Sea." The most shocking part, however, is that the story - a tale of an old fisherman reflecting back on his life - comes courtesy of a junior in high school. It may seem like a strange combination, but for Milwaukee Film and their Collaborative Cinema educational program, it's just another exciting year of locally-bred film and hopefully a sign of more to come.
Published Dec. 2, 2012
In 2009, as the "Saw" series was petering out in popularity, another trap-based dose of torture porn hit theaters in the form of "The Collector." And, since it seems to be a law that all marginally successful horror films merit a sequel, we now have "The Collection."
Published Aug. 28, 2012
Horror movies are often boom or bust, and at $10 a ticket, it's an expensive gamble. So in case "The Possession" falls on its face, here are five underrated horror films that you can watch in the comfort of your own home (probably with the lights on).
Published May 25, 2012
The notion of turning tragedy into tourism, combined with some suspense and a few solid scares, could have made for an above average horror thriller. Instead, we got "Chernobyl Diaries."
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Crunchy dried leaves pushed in piles by a little foot. Walking on them sounds like crispy and crunchy potato chips. Random splotches of colorful trees underneath the gray undertones of the sky. Ghoulish and scary decorations on houses. Carved pumpkins on steps and balconies. Cute and terroriz...
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