A group of teens head to their cabin in the woods looking for a holiday of sex, drugs, and alcohol, only to be terrorized by some sort of monster that…
‘Valley of the Dolls’ may be reduced to “trashiness,” but we’d be denying its skill and sensitivity – and perhaps the value of trash.
Overall, ‘Bombshell’ is a conventional doc with a misguided thesis, saved by Lamarr’s exceptional life.
The ending to ‘Gerald’s Game’ undercuts its original perspective, diminishing its potential for a deepened look at trauma.
Though not a horror film or freak show comedy, Indivisibili is nevertheless exploitative and fetishistic. Following conjoined twins Viola and Dasy (named after the real-life Violet and Daisy Hilton, of Tod Browning’s Freaks…
‘Vampire Clay’ is an enjoyable B-level horror film, but somewhat lacking in originality.
‘Let the Corpses Tan’ is perhaps too high-powered, running its perfected aesthetics into the ground.
‘Caniba’ has little to offer beyond shock value.
Opening with swirling shots of water-marbled paint, The Crescent is quick to set up its languidly hallucinatory aesthetic. Seth A. Smith’s film is nothing if not beautiful, and incredibly bold…