John Carpenter once called (Argento) his greatest influence. After this, he is surely his biggest disappointment.
While it may be more grounded in the truth of being the savior of the planet, Tony Stark's problems play very real indeed.
Thanks to his poetic approach and desire to evoke instead of explain, Moors makes Blue Caprice a sensational study in subtle psychopathology.
Runner Runner falls flat, and keeps getting up when it really should just stay down.
With Koyaanisqatsi, Godfrey Reggio changed the way we see films. With Visitors, he wanted to make the first film that "returns the viewers look". The result was one of the most riveting films at this year's Toronto International Film Festival.
By taking the simple leap between a character’s personal isolation and the equally terrifying physical isolation of space, Alfonso Cuaron creates a vertiginous masterpiece.
Welcome to our ongoing field guide to 1950s horror and sci-fi movies and the creatures that inhabit them. This week: Little blood-sucking pests become enormous blood-slurping nightmares in Attack of the Giant Leeches.
By adding a voice missing from the original film, Room 237 continues its quest to find the real meaning behind Stanley Kubrick's The Shining
Every horrific fright fiend or salacious serial killer had to get their start somewhere. Here are our favorite origin stories for some of the greatest ghouls ever to grace a scary movie or TV series.
Sure, someone has to start the discussion, but why does it have to end so quickly?