Horror, thriller, and suspense films often get labeled with the term "genre" as a pejorative. However, it is in these films a diverse group of issues and social norms are explored, and some of the best coming-of-age stories are told. This weekly feature will review both classic and contemporary horror, suspense, and thriller films focusing on characters, plot, effects, and the significance of each film.
Don't go digging up any corpses on the advice of a witch — just call the cops.
The Wraith is The Crow with cars, '80s hair metal, and hot women.
In an attempt to be both shocking and abstract, Zombie and H2 fall well short of anything worth watching.
Rob Zombie's Halloween delivers intensity, shock, and brutality in place of standard slasher fare and a must see for horror audiences.