MOUNTAINTOP MOTEL MASSACRE's a mess. But a creepy one about the horrors of neglected mental illness.
A waste of a slasher. All the more frustrating for the potential it held.
The first horror movie I ever remember seeing, and what a trip it took me on.
Loosely based on multiple murderer John List, THE STEPFATHER gets uncomfortable horrific in its attack on the American family.
This Martin Scorsese classic is the barometer for movies dealing with PTSD - not an overt military movie, but one that examines the effects of war and isolation and the lack of help for those who come home.
Using a fake country as the setting for a brutal revolution, director & writer John Erick Dowdle's NO ESCAPE is pure action-thriller to the core.
An unhinged look at corruption, sin, and the potential for redemption in the darkest of places.