Stripper zombie women vs four people. Now that’s a party.
Yes, this is a movie in which Osama bin Laden is a zombie that has to be killed. Really!
Come scream at people taking ten hours to cross the kitchen and other scary stuff.
Is an Antichrist killing all the bullies in town? If yes, shouldn’t he be… the good guy?
Mutant crocodiles are eating the rednecks of Louisiana one by one! Well, I suppose this is an awful thing.
Oh look, another morality tale about never trusting creepy people who live in isolated farm houses.
A couple of losers wake up in a scary building… you know, that whole thing is so, so played out by now.
This is either an unintentionally hilarious comedy or a horrible B-grade flick unfit for consumption. Pick your poison.
Is Ouija a flat and boring movie not worth my time and money? The pointer says: YES! YES! YES!
After Effect proves that the most terrifying thing in a horror movie is the budget cut.
Come savor the best Japan cinema has to offer: disembowelment, gore, vagina-to-mouth skewer attacks and more.
Yes, it’s really called Killer Mermaid, and yes, there is one here. It’s better than it should be, but not good enough.
Two newlyweds walk in the woods… you can probably guess the rest, but that’s okay. The lead actor would distract you with his nudity.
Overly hyped as the best horror movie of all time, The Conjuring turns out to be a polished rehash of every past haunted house flick.
A musical slasher flick? Yes please. This particular musical slasher flick? No, thanks – I’d rather not.
Well, I suppose one can do worse than this very average supernatural thriller thing. It’s better than any of M Night Shyamalan’s last twenty outputs.
The wooden acting in this movie is a bigger threat to humanity than the monsters combined. Just skip to the last 30 minutes or so,