Second chapter of Blumhouse’s spooky franchise raises the stakes considerably.
Twenty years ago, a little indie haunter kick-started the found footage craze.
The footage may soon appear in a forthcoming BBC documentary.
They had recorded their first proper demo the day before.
From the dream pop outfit’s forthcoming B-Sides and Rarities release.
The only thing scary about these films is having seen them.
Adam Wingard hikes into the deadly woods and betrays the source material.
The sixth and purportedly final entry is a limp noodle.
M. Night Shyamalan creates an effective spooker that overstays its welcome.
Tarantino, Spielberg, Iñárritu, Zemeckis, O. Russell, and Han Solo are all back.
This high school revenge fantasy makes even schadenfreude feel tedious.
In Mark Duplass’ latest vehicle, the trope of a “wolf in sheep’s clothing” is made almost hilariously literal.