Originally released in Venice on September 3, 2013 and scheduled to make its worldwide debut on May 1, 2014,The Sacrament is a documentary-style fictional horror story inspired by real life events. Directed and written by Ti West (The House of the Devil) and produced by Eli Roth (Inglorious Basterds), this film is about a
The simple fact that a horror film inspired by the Italian cannibal movies of the ‘70s and ‘80s is being released to mall crowds is kind of a miracle in itself, so criticizing Eli Roth’s shoddily crafted homage feels like a somewhat futile endeavor. Some could argue that the obvious
Today we’ve got a great News Invasion lined up for your enjoyment. Included are stories about The Walking Dead, After Earth, Kristen Stewart and much more.
Of all the movies that have been released under the “Quentin Tarantino Presents” banner, none have felt as indebted to their loquacious benefactor as The Man with the Iron Fists. Then again, maybe that’s just because nobody else in the industry approaches kung fu movies with the same fanboy-on-steroids fervor as
When the earthquake hits, the gore never truly lets up, with people being crushed by giant slabs of concrete, hands being ripped off, and faces being splattered by speeding cars. Had this trend continued, sliding in a bit of humor as the group seeks to survive the night, then the film might be more than just an exercise in pushing every button possible.