The undeniable success of last year's dreadfully uneven horror anthology V/H/S meant that there was both room and an audience for a sequel (and beyond?) for those aspiring, established and even returning horror directors to have creative control in becoming part of a collaborative compendium.
After a transitory moment of thought, I have decided that reviewing the four segments (and their connective, wraparound story) individually - with a final thought at the end – to be the best and easiest…
They say hate is a strong word. This is true for the occasions when talking about a fellow human, or a flavour of ice-cream, or some other innocuous irritant. However, the word hate isn't even close to being strong enough when concerning Rob Zombie's latest cinematic raspberry, The Lords of Salem.
For those of you who have never seen a Rob Zombie movie, consider yourself blessed. His back-catalogue includes such reprehensible turds as The House of 1000 Corpses and the…
As Katniss Everdeen, Jennifer Lawrence has filled the mud-crusted boots of a character that will, in a war between Twilight and The Hunger Games, emerge a victor. Parallels can and will be made between Suzanne Collins’ dystopic science fiction trilogy and Stephanie Meyer’s series of bestial love novels, but where the love-triangle ends, so do the similarities.
The Hunger Games starts off in the post-apocalyptic nation of Panem, in time for us to be witness to the ‘Reaping’; the annual…