Horror Movie Reviews
Piranha 3DD takes off where 2010's Piranha left off. A community is ravaged once again by the killer fish, and stars David Koechner and David Hasselhoff are more than up for the campy journey.
Chernobyl Diaries Movie Review: Radioactive or Riveting?
Oren Peli's Chernobyl Diaries is not a found footage film like the filmmaker's Paranormal Activity series. Yet, it still packs the same emotional and fear-inducing punch.
Dark Shadows Movie Review: Burton & Depp Fans Rejoice
Dark Shadows is another example of the fruitful relationship between director Tim Burton and Johnny Depp. The duo's effort to bring the cult soap opera into a new century is brilliant.
The Cabin in the Woods Movie Review: Check In!
The Cabin in the Woods, starring Chris Hemsworth, has rocked our world. The Joss Whedon and Drew Goddard film is as original as they come.
Silent House Movie Review: Horror at Home
Silent House is a bloody good time and in the hands of lead Elizabeth Olsen, it terrifies while it makes you think. The film is among the scariest we've seen in years.
The Woman in Black Movie Review: Radcliffe Rocks the Haunted House
The Woman in Black, starring Daniel Radcliffe, is a pretty decent horror film. The former star of the Harry Potter series scores in his first role after that series closed.
The Innkeepers Movie Review: Not Your Usual Haunted House
The Innkeepers is a haunted house film that does not follow all of the normal conventions. Sara Paxton turns in the performance of her career as an Innkeeper working the final hours in a house of horror.
The Devil Inside Movie Review: Devilishly Delightful
The Devil Inside is one of the best horror films in some time. Filmmakers have taken audiences on a thrill ride that is unlike any you have ever seen.
Paranormal Activity 3 Movie Review: Three Times the Scare
Paranormal Activity 3 is an instant classic. The film scares, thrills and introduces new chills that has us yearning for more Paranormal.
The Thing Movie Review: That Thing is Scary
The Thing is a prequel to the John Carpenter 1982 classic. Does it succeed in setting things up for the iconic film that so many adore?
Shark Night 3D Movie Review: Does It Bite?
Shark Night 3D hits theaters and we let you know it if has bite. Shark Night 3D could be scary, but is it?
Don't Be Afraid of the Dark Movie Review: Be Very Afraid
Guillermo del Toro and Katie Holmes have joined forces to craft the horror film of the summer in Don't Be Afraid of the Dark. From the film's opening scene the audience is put on notice: Del Toro's script is fathomable and feverish in its fear generating abilities.