At the Devil's Door is the Most Terrifying Film of 2014 (A Movie Review).
Nicholas McCarthy's latest horror feature is At the Devil's Door. This supernatural thriller deals with Satan and his search for an available womb. He wants to breed a devil child and three women will fall prey to his manipulation. At the Devil's Door is the best film horror title to come out in 2014, according to this viewer and horror fans are highly encouraged to seek out this haunting title.
Dead Snow 2: Red vs Dead Brings More Laughs (A Movie Review).
Tommy Wirkola returns to the Norwegian hills with Dead Snow 2: Red vs Dead. This sequel brings several NAZI zombies to a small remote town. Here, Martin (Vegar Hoel) must recruit his own zombie army, to survive. Along the way, Martin also meets the Zombie Squad, who are wholly unprepared for the bloodshed that is to come. Part comedy and part action flick, Dead Snow 2 brings lots of chaos and conflict to the screen, in this recent release.
The Culling Offers a Haunted House Tale and Ghostly Secrets (First Trailer).
Director Rustam Branaman's third feature, The Culling, is a supernatural yarn. The film, to be released by Signature Enterainment, involves a ghostly, young girl, who is trapped in a haunted house. Several friends must unravel the girl's curse, if they wish to ever leave this house again. A truly horrifying tale, a trailer for The Culling is hosted here. And, this title will be released in the United Kingdom, in March 23rd, 2015 (home entertainment platforms).
Chemical Peel Offers an Anti-survivalist Message (A Movie Review).
Chemical Peel is an indie horror film. This title was released in mid-October. In the film, several female friends come together for a bachelorette party. They drink and bicker as explosions and terror take place outside. Not geared for survival and not prepared to help anyone, the six women turn on each other, in the midst of a terrible catastrophe. The results are tragic and difficult to watch. Horror fans will want to read this review before purchasing or renting the film.
Ryan M. Andrew's Zombie Film Might Make You Sick (A Movie Review).
Sick is an indie, zombie film from Canadian director Ryan M. Andrews. The film takes place after a global pandemic. And, survivors are grating into this feature. Full of bravado and poor decisions, several characters have no idea, nor inclination to survie in this dangerous setting. Full of continuity errors and missteps, fans of zombie films should not shamble to the local rental store, to watch Andrews' latest.
Greg Francis' Poker Night is a Must-See (A Movie Review).
Director Greg Francis blends genres in his latest feature, Poker Night. Full of stars (Ron Perlman, Beau Mirchoff, Giancarlo Esposito and Corey Large), Poker Night develops a story, involging a sociopath. He crosses paths with a rookie detective, named Jeter. Both characters pit their wits against each other, in this exciting tale. Very watchable, fans of thriller should seek Poker Night out as the film offers lots of suprises and unpredicability.