Four talented female writer-directors and one animator contribute segments to horror anthology XX, all decidedly female-centric stories driven by powerful female performances. That said, absolutely anyone who prefers the unsettling creep of dread to predictable jump scares will enjoy this one.
Next month, the new horror anthology XX will bundle four short horror films from female directors. The first look at the quartet of scary stories looks absolutely terrifying.
Sometimes a movie sparks everybody's imagination months before it comes out. When a film gets talked about, that's usually a good thing — and it's an even better thing when it becomes the subject of memes and ideas. Unless those memes totally misrepresent what the movie's about, and wind up killing all interest in…
Jennifer's Body may not be an artistic masterpiece, but it's a smart, fun horror movie with a big star. It was a cut above the usual B-grade horror fare. So what caused its abysmal box office returns? Misguided, boy-targeted marketing.
I hate chick lit and get bored with torture porn, but it turns out that putting the two of them together creates the proverbial peanut butter chocolate awesomeness. If you eat Jennifer's Body like weird candy, it works. Spoilers ahead!
Jennifer's Body director Karyn Kusama is subjecting our favorite long-lashed librarian, Rachel Weisz, to Cronenberg-inspired body horror in her next potential film project. In an exclusive interview with Kusama we talked gore, blood, guts, and future horror projects.