While The Witch continues to be the most-lauded Satanic horror film-festival favorite, we were a little blindsided by The Devil’s Candy as a worthy demonic competitor, offering all of the rock and roll thrills that its high-brow peer does not. There’s no reason why they both can’t find an audience amongst starving horror fanatics, so we’re here to crank up the volume on… Continue reading 4 Reasons 'The Devil's Candy' Should Be on Every Horror Fan's Radar
Has the box office gone batty?
“Hotel Transylvania 2” was widely expected to top this weekend’s chart, but pundits predicted an opening near $ 35 million, lower than the $ 42.5 million debut of the first film. After all, it was a sequel to a moderately popular cartoon that opened a full three years ago, an eon in kiddie-audience terms. Plus, it… Continue reading 5 Reasons for the Huge Box Office Success of 'Hotel Transylvania 2'
During N.W.A.’s brief existence, the group and its members made a career out of being underestimated. A quarter century later, the underdog rappers have been underestimated again, even by the studio releasing their victory-lap biopic.
Going into the weekend, Universal’s predictions for “Straight Outta Compton” were modest, projecting a debut of about $ 25 to $ 30 million. Granted, studios routinely lowball… Continue reading 7 Reasons Why 'Straight Outta Compton' Surprised Hollywood at the Box Office
In Alexandre Aja’s Horns, Daniel Radcliffe’s Ig finds himself wrongly accused of murdering the love of his life. Framed and desperate, he awakes one morning with horns sprouting out of his head and newfound Satanic powers. You can guess what happens next.
Although Ig’s deal with the forces of Hell is left intentionally vague, it’s another example… Continue reading 7 Reasons to Sell Your Soul to the Devil According to the Movies
Once again co-directed by Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller, “Sin City: A Dame to Kill For,” the visually striking follow-up to the 2005 hit, gets even more eyeball-popping the second time around — literally, sure, but also because this time it’s in 3D.
Acting as both a sequel or prequel depending on the story, the second “Sin City” follows a handful… Continue reading 'Sin City: A Dame to Kill For' Review: Ranking All the Reasons to Kill