Andrew Lawrence’s action-comedy heist film is somehow both better, and far worse than you can imagine.
Joel Schumacher’s fun, stylish take on teen vampires both ushered in “MTV horror” & acknowledged young female horror fans.
Jeffrey A. Brown’s feature debut is an unsettling combination of eco-terror and body horror, with an ending that you will leave you shaken.
Producer Allan Carr’s legendary disco disaster turns 40 this year, and fails to maintain even “so bad it’s good” status.
David Koepp’s haunted house thriller about anger and marital jealousy is ultimately more tragic than spooky.
The good-natured, cheeky comedy about vampire roommates concludes a hilarious, surprisingly touching at times second season.
Gus Van Sant and Buck Henry’s darkly funny satire about toxic self-obsession features a memorably villainous turn by Nicole Kidman.
Bruce McDonald’s crime drama/thriller/horror movie is a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside a NyQuil-induced hallucination.
For Pride Month, we highlight the work of America’s poet laureate for dirtbags, dreamers, and disaffected youth.
The Shudder original about college students forced to admit their deepest darkest secrets is a tedious, absurd bore.
The three part documentary offers an affectionate, occasionally uneven look at cult films.
Alan Parker’s gritty, all too realistic musical drama turns 40 & still asks a difficult question: is talent enough?
Josh Trank’s comeback stars Tom Hardy in a balls to the wall performance that’s wasted on a weak, derivative script.
A look at one of the more likably silly entries in the series, and the brief, inglorious return of 3D horror.
Shudder’s chilling supernatural horror about a child’s murderous imaginary friend goes to unexpected places.
The Pierce Brothers give some old tropes a fresh coat of paint in a creepy tale that pits a troubled teen against a child-eating witch.
Unless you’re a K-Pop fan, Shudder’s latest paranormal horror film offers not a single thing new or interesting.
The vampire mockumentary continues to be one of cable’s funniest, most lovable sitcoms.