Midnight Runners‘ director, Kim Joo-hwan returns with a new blockbuster that reunites him with the Runners’ star, Park Seo-joon. Combining the corniest elements of exorcism horror and comical action-hero tropes, The Divine Fury is a gothic action fantasy which immediately reminds us of Constantine minus the angelic apparitions. From spiritual imagery of Catholicism, priests chanting […]
Guillermo del Toro writes and produces a horror story based on Alan Schwartz’s children horror potpourri, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, catering his own nightmarish vision about a story that reads people, instead of being read. Helmed by André Øvredal (whose horror portfolio includes folk fantasy-horror, Trollhunters, and the downright claustrophobic, supernatural horror, […]
Octavia Spencer portrays a mysterious, middle-aged woman who seems to be battling loneliness in Ma, a social thriller by Tate Taylor, the director of The Help—in which she won her Oscar. Spencer is terrific at full length; Taylor’s direction is unquestionably intense; yet, Ma isn’t the kind of movie that will make the collaboration thrives. […]
Acknowledge it that the classic Child’s Play story about a doll possessed by an evil spirit brought in life by voodoo spell is a thirty-year-old horror story—older than most millennials. After spawning six sequels and popularizing Chucky as one of the most iconic horror villains, the franchise finally follows the step of other horror classics […]
While formulaic, Crawl sees Alexandre Aja delivering a hybrid thriller which effectively puts you at the edge of the seat as the sheer dangers keep making your skin crawls.
Annabelle Comes Home will be remembered as the high concept horror blockbuster which will spawn more entries to The Conjuring universe.
Fresh narrative idea and fabulous casts bring warmth to the upraising horror-comedy about a literal ghost writer, that will forever marks Bene Dion Rajagukguk’s directorial effort.
While overstaying the welcome a bit too long, Brightburn still delivers its visionary premise of a superhero origin story turning into a visceral horror.
Even though packed with creatively crafted jumpscares and dramas that make sense, La Llorona could never really reach its potential.
Sunyi showcases most of the director’s style and jump-scares without ever worrying about the story. It’s pretty basic—in terms of story and scares, after all.