Get out of your house this week and step into a completely different world -- without having to pay for plane tickets. Whether you travel to Paris through a series of short films inspired by the City of Love, visit the dystopian future of V for Vendetta, or simply park in the park for an outdoor roc ... More >>
At The ABCs of Death, showing now at the Sie FilmCenter, you're going to get the equivalent of horror tapas -- one short, punchy tale for each letter of the alphabet, each delivered by a current or rising star in the genre. It's a tasty appetizer that can serve as a meal in and of itself, but what i ... More >>
Alright, how many times have you driven past that dude on the corner, the one twirling his sign like a madman, and thought to yourself Wow! That dude is rocking out. Wonder what the hell he's listening to? Wonder no more. Mystery solved. It's Slayer. At least that's what this particular gentleman wa ... More >>
Freddy doesn't know that he's got it coming.One of the horror-film genre's most iconic heroines, Heather Langenkamp (who played Nancy Thompson in the Nightmare on Elm Street series) kicked Freddy Kreuger's ass not once but three times. We spoke with the actor, who is in town for Denver Film ... More >>
This is the smug grin you make when you no longer give a shit.Johnny Depp gotta eat. And pay his mortgage. And Disney pays very well. Maybe that explains why he looks so thoroughly bored in the new Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, opening tomorrow. Captain Jack Sparrow was endeari ... More >>
When it came out in 1974, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre was one of the most violent movies ever made -- so violent it was actually banned in several countries -- but that's not what makes it so great. In fact, by today's CG-enhanced standards, it pretty tame. A long shot of a dude getting hit b ... More >>
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James Wan puts down the Saw to dispense some vigilante justice.
Unmasking Nathan Baesel
The passion of the cut-rate, high-grossing Saw series continues.
The Hills Have Eyes gets a bloody overhaul, but nothing to recommend it.
Wes Craven takes a cue from Hitchcock aboard the Red Eye.
The scariest thing about High Tension is the awful dubbing.
A glitzy Phantom leaves you rooting for the underdog.
People Under the Stairs
Cutting and scratching with DJ Rap.
This summer's movies could withstand the drought.
The People Under the Stairs question hip-hop's answers.
Music of the Heart plays every cliche available.
Director Kevin Williamson extracts his revenge on Mrs. Tingle
After a fourteen-year absence, the Misfits are back.