Submitted by Lilith on Mon, 08/16/2010 - 08:42
In a style similar to Hitchcock's Rear Window, APT, or 9:56 in Singapore, makes you wonder what's going to happen next, putting the audience in the main character's shoes. Unfortunately APT doesn't really bring anything new to the Asain horror genre except this feel.
Submitted by Nicodemus on Mon, 08/02/2010 - 12:29
So, you get into a fight with your boyfriend/girlfriend and then storm out of the house. You are involved in a horrible car crash and wake up on an examination table. You feel a little confused, your head hurts, and you’re not sure where you are. A man walks in and tells you that you are not in a hospital, but rather in a funeral home – which means, you guessed it, you’re dead. However, you’re able to carry on a conversation with this guy – so ARE you dead, or is he just playing some sick, mind-control game with you? That’s the fundamental question that After.Life explores.
Submitted by UncleMortimer on Wed, 07/07/2010 - 15:12
I just had the opportunity to watch the latest horror-thriller DVD from Vinvedi Entertainment and RHI Entertainment titled BITTEN. It stars Jason Mewes who plays Jack, a good-hearted, hard-working and let us not leave out FOUL-MOUTHED EMT. I firmly believe Mewes was being paid a bonus per f-bombs that he dropped during this film. Now I'm not a prude and profanity has it's place but this was excessive. Now back to the review. Jack finds a young woman on the street named Danika who is dying and refuses to be taken to the hospital. Jack takes her home and nurses her back to health. Girl gets better, changed into a vampire and Jack gets the hots for her. Every time Danika and Jack get all hot and heavy, Danika wants to eat him - literally. Jack starts bringing her snacks in the form of the neighborhood drug dealing trash but her appetite seems to be insatiable.
Submitted by Lilith on Fri, 07/02/2010 - 14:53
In a style only reminiscent from the original PlayStation in the early 90's, Resident Evil Degeneration
returns us to Resident Evil's CG roots. Even though corny at times, Degeneration is interesting enough to attract any Resident Evil fan.
Submitted by Lilith on Tue, 06/15/2010 - 17:38
Three Extremes is inspired by the concept of the film, Three, in which the film is a collection of three films by three directors from three countries. Three Extremes is a 2004 International Asian Horror Film.
The three segments of the film are:
Dumplings, directed by Fruit Chan from Hong Kong
Cut, directed by Park Chan-wook from South Korea
Box, directed by Takashi Miike from Japan
Submitted by Lilith on Thu, 06/03/2010 - 15:47
After seeing a slew of bad films, when a good film comes along it hits you like nothing else. Alone is one of these movies. Alone is a 2007 Thai horror film directed by Banjong Pisanthanakun and Parkpoom Wongpoom. The film centers around a young woman named Pim who has become estranged from her family after unknown circumstances cause her twin sisters death. We also find out that they were conjoined, sharing many traits and many heartwarming experiences.
Submitted by Lilith on Sat, 05/22/2010 - 11:59
As an avid movie lover, foreign horror movies are one of my favorites so when I stumbled upon Cello I thought I’d be getting something unique, something along the lines of Audition. It wasn’t.
Submitted by Morgana on Mon, 04/26/2010 - 05:56
Submitted by Agatha on Sun, 04/25/2010 - 21:26
We had the exclusive privilege to review Jim O’Rear’s new book while visiting the Full Moon Tattoo and Horror Festival in Nashville. This was incredibly unexpected as he has kept this project very quiet. Being his first novel, we jumped at the chance. Only intending to skim through a few pages to see what I could be expecting, I read the entire book in about two hours.
Submitted by Lilith on Fri, 04/09/2010 - 17:26
Have you ever seen a pair of shoes so enchanting that you HAD to have them? I bet you have, but these shoes are literally to die for.
Reviews are the biased opinion of the author and may not reflect the opinion of Macabre Mansion