Horror Movie Reviews
World War Z is the Brad Pitt show, and he has turned a beloved novel into something completely different. Our World War Z review wonders if that is such a bad thing?
Evil Dead Review: Deliciously Deadite!
Evil Dead fans rejoice! Our Evil Dead review can firmly state that the remake is one terrific and terrifying ride.
Stoker Review: One Fierce Family
The best movie of 2013 so far, our Stoker review states, is the Nicole Kidman-starring thriller. Kidman is the Stoker matriarch to Mia Wasikowska's daughter, who is living an unnerving life after the death of their husband and father.
Dark Skies Review: They Are Already Here
The aliens are among us, so stipulates the premise of Dark Skies. Our Dark Skies review has to give props to the movie that gives us something new with the alien scares.
Mama Review: Del Toro Tries to Terrify
Mama is the latest scare-fest from producer Guillermo del Toro. Our Mama review commends Jessica Chastain for a stellar performance in the ghost story.
Texas Chainsaw 3D Review: Leatherface Gets An Upgrade
The proper sequel, as filmmakers are calling it, to The Texas Chainsaw Massacre -- Texas Chainsaw 3D -- is hitting theaters. Our Texas Chainsaw 3D review asks, "Do we need it?"
The Collection Review: Scary or Silly?
The Collection is a sequel to a little known film The Collector. Our The Collection review feels you don't have to see the first to appreciate the unique scares of the second.
Paranormal Activity 4 Review: Horror to the Fourth Degree
Paranormal Activity 4 arrives in theaters in hopes to scare up as much business as the first three. But our Paranormal Activity 4 review finds that it takes too long to gear up to the scares in the latest Paranormal Activity movie.
Sinister Review: Dead Scary
Our Sinister review can state wholeheartedly that it is one of the scariest movies we've seen in a decade. Ethan Hawke is a true crime novelist who may just finally be in over his head.
The Possession Review: One Bad Box
The Possession tries hard to be an updated, Jewish-themed version of The Exorcist. Our review finds The Possession a film filled with solid performances by Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Kyra Sedgwick, but utterly missing a fear factor.
The Apparition Review: Haunted People
The Apparition starts with the most unique of concepts, and for that our review gives it props. But, how it executes the premise over the course of 90 minutes leaves a lot to be desired.
Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter Review: Revolutionary
Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter is one of the most surprising experiences at the movies this year. Writer Seth Grahame-Smith and director Timur Bekmambetov have weaved a web of movie magic.